COVID-19 Rules for Alberto Aiello Park
The park and playground are under the Government of Manitoba rules and regulations regarding COVID-19. Please adhere to signage at the park and the Government of Manitoba website. Use of the park and playground is at users own risk. Equipment is not cleaned or sanitized regularly. Social distancing of 2 meters must be maintained at the park. Everyone must continue to follow the rules and regulations set out by the Government of Manitoba. Rules, regulations, information and updates can be found on the Government of Manitoba website.
Traverse Bay Boat Launch Project Updates
Lawn Cutter Purchased
Thanks to a $4,000 grant from the R.M. of Alexander, BPOA was able to purchase a rough cut lawn cutter that volunteers will use to keep our boulevards cut.
Fire Pit By-Laws and Fire Ban Policy
Fire ban updates for the RM of Alexander as well as RM of Alexander Fire Pit By-Law, Fire Ban Policy, and other By-Law & Policy information can be found on the RM of Alexander website.
Season Water Service
The seasonal water service typically runs from May Long Weekend up to Thanksgiving Weekend. This service is provided by BJ Trainor Holdings Ltd. Clifton Trainor can be contacted for updates and/or other concerns regarding seasonal water:
Lunney Road Pump House
The Lunney Road Pump House water service is available 24/7 365 days a year and is intended for Belair Properties owners. This is a heated well station. Water is non potable and is not tested. Please refer to the Province of Manitoba signage posted on the pump house.
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