Welcome to the Rural Municipality of Wilton No. 472


Please be advised that RR3261 from HWY 16 North to TWP 490 is now back to Primary Weights permitted.


Construction ongoing for the next several weeks on Range Road 3265 (Grid 688) from Marshall South:
WEDNESDAY JULY 19 - ROAD CLOSURE  688 South at Buzzard Bridge
Milling heading South past TWP 474 towards the buzzard bridge with continued works between TWP 484 and TWP 474 south of  TWP 480.  

Lashburn Ring Road North - Milling works commenced July 19 - OPEN TO LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY


Please contact the office or watch the website for updates.
Please watch for Signage and use Alternative Routes.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.


Township 492 from Range Road 3250 West to
Highway 16 -   Crews will return to 492 please watch for updates.

There has been increased speeds in traffic through our work zones.Please SLOW DOWN when passing our Road Crews - they operate with everyone's safety in mind and it is our due diligence to ensure we send our crews home to their families each day


Wilton is a member in good standing of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS), Saskatchewan’s general farm organization. APAS serves as the voice of thousands of farmers and ranchers both locally and provincially, as well as on a national level as a member of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. Your elected APAS representative advocates for you in general farm policy discussions, and you are welcome to attend local district meetings.

To learn more about meetings and policy submissions, visit www.APAS.ca As an APAS member... You are encouraged to take advantage of the APAS benefits programs. These 14 programs can provide significant savings and advantages for you, your family and your farm operation.

Benefits include:
•Co-operators – Exclusive insurance coverage
•Chrysler – Special pricing
•Acklands-Grainger – Discounts on cash purchases

For the full list of APAS member benefits & more details: APAS.ca/my-rewards.

Member Discount cards are availabe at the Municipal Office.


Please note the Seed Cleaning Plant is shut down from July 03 - August 08th for Annual repairs and maintenance.


 Effective 12:01 am Monday July 10, 2017  travel on RM of Wilton #472 municipal roads will be permitted at Wilton Primary Weights (approximately equivalent to Sask Primary Weights), unless otherwise posted.
Please note the following conditions:
- Travel on roads with permanent weight restrictions is still permitted at the posted limit, unless a Letter of Permission is obtained from the NWMS permit office.
- Tri Steer permits are available by special permission only. Please call NWMS permit office for more information.
- Please be aware that steer axle weight will be part of GVW for penalty purposes.

Please visit www.nwroadpermits.com  or http://www.rmwilton.ca  for daily updates.

If you have any questions, please call our office at 306-387-6800 between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm, Monday to Friday.

Map View
Road Order 


Early discounts will be applied on Municipal Taxes as follows:
Month Discount
July 31 2%
August 31 1%
Sept - December 31 0%

Please note that there are several payment options available for your convenience: Preauthorized Debit through your Financial Institution, Credit card in the office or via phone, Cheque and Interact.

Residential Exemptions in Rural Municipalities

If you occupy a dwelling in the RM of Wilton, you may qualify for an exemption to REDUCE all or a portion of the taxable assessment on your principal dwelling, as per section 293 of The Municipalities Act. Dwellings located within hamlets are excluded.

The total taxable assessment of any agricultural land you own or lease located within the RM of Wilton, or an adjoining Saskatchewan rural municipality, will be applied to reduce your residential taxable assessment.

An affidavit listing land owned or leased within the municipality or adjoining municipalities must be completed and returned to the assessor.

Affidavit Form

Please contact the office with any questions.


2016 Summary Financial Statement is available for review.  CLICK HERE

If you have any questions please contact the Municipal Office at (306) 387-6244


​​The 2017 Shelterbelt Program from HELP's new 160 acre tree farm a few miles outside of Weyburn.  HELP has produced and harvested an unprecedented 600,000 container root tree seedlings for the 2017 program. 

Tree Order Form:  Click Here

Type of Trees
I am pleased to inform that 100% of the trees provided for the 2017 program are container root trees produced at HELP nurseries at Weyburn.  Container root seedlings are considered by many to be far superior to bare root varieties for the reason that container root seedlings can be transported and planted while dormant or while in full leaf during the growing season.  However, spring or fall planting are still considered the best options. As per promise, the HELP subsidized rate of $1.50 per seedling for shelterbelt quantities of 300 trees or more combining all varieties ordered continues. Price is $2.50 per seedling for global orders less than 300 seedlings. HELP will not consider orders less than 50 trees global order.  This helps to protect smaller private greenhouse interests.  

Methods of Ordering
There are several ways of ordering trees. To order trees the public can: 
i) purchase on line at www.help-shelterbelts.com and click on 'Store'
ii) download the application form which can be manually filled out and faxed or emailed or mailed to HELP with a cheque payment or with credit card information for payment. 

iii) make a telephone order by calling HELP at 306-842-2433

Varieties of Trees
In this second year of utilizing 100% HELP produced trees, HELP focused on sustaining our 600,000 tree production of the fastest growing hybrid poplar and willow varieties only. These included
Hybrid Poplars:  Walker, Okanese, Hill and Assiniboine (and Northwest and Tristis for internal production only)
Willow Varieties: Golden, Silverleaf, Laurel, Silver, Clump Shrub Willow, Bamboo spreading shrub willow 
and Pussy Willow.
These varieties, properly planned can create the quickest possible shelterbelt.
In addition HELP has the following container root conifer tree seedlings available: 

Conifer Varieties:  American Elm, Scots Pine, Blue Spruce and White Spruce.

Lowest Maintenance Tree Planting Suggestion
The lowest maintenance tree planting involves planting the trees, then installing plastic mulch film by machine that HELP can loan out (HELP also sells the plastic mulch film) and lastly broadcast and harrow 30 lb per acre or more of common creeping red fescue.  Costs for the 50 lb of fescue for this is about $109. Plastic mulch for this 2,000 meter (500 meter x four rows) planting woudl be 4.33 rolls of mulch ...meaning 5 rolls of mulch at $192.50 per roll including taxes = $962.50.  Alberta and Manitoba customers can purchase mulch from vendors in their provinces to save on freight. 


The R.M. of Wilton is now accepting Applications.

There have been changes to the Dust Control Policy for 2017 whereby the R.M. will continue to subsidize the cost of dust control for our residents implementing a small fee of  $100  per site (200 lineal meters) for the service.

Full payment is required at the time of application. 

All Applications and payments must be received by June 16th, 2017.

Application can be obtained by clicking 2017 DUST CONTROL APPLICATION or at the Municipal Office Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.



Please be advised that the Wilton Energy Park is on a Boil Water Advisory until further notice.


The R.M. has a tree Mulcher, Planter, and Grain Bag Roller available to all ratepayers. Plastic for the Mulcher can be purchased through the R.M.

Grain Bags are accepted at the Regional Landfill.

Booked first come first serve – call the office today to book either piece of equipment as it books fast!

Grain Bag Roller available for rental
. Bags accepted at the Wilton Regional Landfill.