Swift Current News

Associated Engineering Ltd. and the City of Swift Current are co-hosting a come and go open house event for the development of a future residential neighbourhood in the northwest area of the City. 

Need help keeping your New Year’s resolutions?  This Wellness Challenge is for you!  The City of Swift Current Community Services is committed to promoting healthy lifestyles in our community by offering the 6th Annual Wellness Challenge free of charge for all community members!

A longtime member of the Kiwanis Club of Swift Current received a special honour from club members in recognition of his years of service to the club and to the community.

City of Swift Current councillors approved the municipal budget for 2018 at their final meeting before Christmas.The budget presentation at the Dec. 21 meeting achieved a goal set by Mayor Denis Perrault to have the financial details ready before the start of the new fiscal year on Jan. 1.

The outbreak in House 14 at The Meadows has been rescinded as of January 4.

An 8% increase in sales over 2016 helped the 2017 residential real estate market earn a tie for fifth busiest year ever in Swift Current, according to year-end MLS® stats.

The outbreak in House 14 at The Meadows in Swift Current continues due to the presence of signs and symptoms of an unknown respiratory illness. Lab results have not yet identified the illness type. Visitation at House 14 remains restricted. This visitor restriction does not impact other houses within the facility.

The Swift Current Branch Library will be celebrating 100 years of service to the community in 2018, and residents are invited to be part of the festivities during the year.

The 2018/2019 Community Support Grant applications are available starting Jan. 2 through Feb. 14, and can be picked up from the City of Swift Current Community Services Division at City Hall or online at www.swiftcurrent.ca/sklotteries. The application deadline for the grant is Feb. 14 at 4:30 p.m.

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