City of Selkirk Accessiblity Plan 2016 - 2018, image of Selkirk Waterfront

Accent On Accessibility

The City of Selkirk has long recognized the importance of building an inclusive community and has demonstrated that commitment through the creation of an accessible civic office and organizations such as Selkirk Mobility and the city’s Age Friendly Committee.  The City is building on inclusivity by introducing its Accessibility Plan. The Province of Manitoba’s Accessibility…

Open House

Open House for new Waste Water Treatment Plant project The City of Selkirk is inviting residents to an Open House on Wednesday, September 6 to share details of the new Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) project. The plant was among the capital projects identified by the City of Selkirk in its 2017 budget. Planning and…

Resurfacing and Land Drainage on City Streets

An investment of close to $1-million will improve three city streets, drainage and reduce the number of combined sewer systems that still exist in Selkirk. Dan McDermid, Director of Operations, said portions of McLean, Sophia and Pacific were selected for resurfacing and land drainage improvements this summer, in accordance with the city’s Capital Asset Management Program…