About Ste.Anne
The RM of Ste. Anne is located approx 30 km SE of Winnipeg and covers 5 Townships...
A Little History
The RM of Ste. Anne is one of the earliest settled areas of Manitoba. The first settlers arrived in 1856...
How to Reach Us
395 Traverse Road
Box 6, Grp 50, RR 1
Ste. Anne, MB R5H 1R1

IMPORTANT NOTICE: 

 

RICHER FIRE DEPARTMENT:

The Richer Fire Department is looking to recuit a Volunteer Fire Chief and Volunteer Deputy Fire Chief.  Please click here for more details.

  

PROPERTY TAXES:

2018 property taxes are due and payable by 4:30 pm on October 31st, 2018, and must be received on or before this date with no exceptions.  A penalty of 1% compounded annually will be added to any outstanding taxes on the first day of each month until paid in full.  Amount of arrears shown on your tax statement includes penalties to May 31, 2018.  Properties with more than 2 years of taxes owing may be sold through the tax sale process so please ensure that you pay your taxes by the annual due date.

When sending payment by mail, please enclose the bottom portion of your tax statement.  Cheques must be made payable to the "RM of Ste. Anne".  After hours payments by cheque can be deposited through the drop-off slot in the staff entrance door to the east of the building.  Debit and cash payments are also accepted at the Office but not Credit Card payments.  Online payments can be made through most Credit Unions by using your Roll Number for the account number (will all zeros and no periods).  We also offer a monthly automatic withdrawal payment service, please contact the Municipal Office for more information. 

 

Are you aware of the rules & regulations for owning a dog in the RM of Ste Anne, click here for more information.

What's New

2018 Farmland School Tax Rebate forms are now available. Please see the Manitoba Agriculture Services Corporation website for more information and to download the form if you have not already received yours in the mail.

VOLUNTEER FIRE CHIEF & DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF RECRUITMENT

The Volunteer Fire Chief and Deputy Fire Chief bring strategic and operational leadership and management to the Richer Fire Department ensuring that the Department meets all requirements in quality service provision, responsiveness and cost-efficiency.  The Volunteer Fire Chief reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer for Department operations and administration with the Volunteer Deputy Fire Chief reporting directly to the Volunteer Fire Chief.

 

Volunteer Fire Chief Responsibilities:

  • Leadership, management and administration of entire Richer Fire Department, including supervision of all volunteer firefighters, buildings, property and equipment
  • Preparation and submission of all required reports, including an annual report of estimated revenue and expenditures for the entire department’s operations and a complete inventory of the department’s assets
  • Assisting with development and implementation of all fire department-related policies and procedures
  • Ensuring compliance with all fire suppression and prevention by-laws and legislation
  • Communication liaison with Municipal administration, fire departments where an inter-municipal fire services agreement exists, the Office of the Fire Commissioner and any other relevant department
  • Taking proper measures to provide for the combating, extinguishing and preventing of fires and saving life and property during responses
  • Oversee public education and awareness programs
  • Participation in various programs, training and meetings
  • Independent judgement and action in emergency situations
  • Other related duties as assigned

 

Volunteer Deputy Fire Chief Responsibilities:

  • Assist Volunteer Fire Chief with all duties and responsibilities detailed above
  • Assume all duties and responsibilities detailed above when directed by, or in the absence of, the Volunteer Fire Chief

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Legal entitlement to work in Canada (proof of citizenship or other documentation if applicable)
  • Successful completion of an approved Firefighter Training program resulting in Level I or II Certification
  • 10 years’ experience as a Volunteer Firefighter, as well as a supervisory position
  • Class 4 and Air Driver’s License
  • First Aid and CPR Certificates
  • Medical & Physical Report
  • Criminal Background & Child Abuse Registry Check
  • Other as required

 

Those interested in becoming a Volunteer Fire Chief or Deputy Fire Chief with the Richer Fire Department must submit their resume, 3 work related references and an application form available from the Municipal office by November 5, 2018 to:

 

Please forward complete application by October 15, 2018 to:
Ste. Anne Municipality
c/o CAO Jennifer Blatz
395 Traverse Road
Box 6 Grp 50 RR1
Ste. Anne, MB
R5H 1R1
Email: cao@rmofsteanne.com
Fax: 204-422-9723


The RM of Ste. Anne wishes to thank all candidates for their interest, but only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

ELECTIONS UPDATE: Congratulations to Jake Reimer, Ward 2, and Brent Wery, Ward 3, who have been elected by acclamation. Attached you will find a complete list of candidates. For those wanting more information, Steinbachonline.com has a 2018 elections feature that lists all of the candidates and links articles they have published regarding the 2018 elections https://steinbachonline.com/municipal-overvi…/rm-of-ste-anne

Now is the time to have your septic tanks emptied!
Did you know that the RM of Ste. Anne, under our Lagoon License, does not accept effluent from septic tanks between the months of October and June. Please make your arrangements now while there is still time!
Note: This does not apply to holding tanks.

The RM of Ste. Anne is proud to participate in the Cleanfarms.ca Pesticide and Fertilizer Container Recycling Program. Farmers can drop off the containers in the fenced compound for this purpose at the Municipal Shop Yard (35042 PR 210). For more information please click here.