The City of Thompson is getting a new web site, and we want to hear from you: How do YOU want to connect with your city?
Are you tired of paper billing? Do you have a hard time finding the information you need? What kind of features are important to you? Let us know in our Website Redesign Survey! Have a say in designing our city's home on the world-wide web!
THOMPSON, February 9, 2017 - In the face of challenging economic times across the region, the initial results of the 2016 Census show that the heart of northern Manitoba continues to grow with the province: where the majority of northern Manitoban municipalities have seen declines in population since 2011, Thompson has grown by 4.2%, increasing from 13, 123 in 2011 to 13, 678 in 2016. To read more click on the title.
Results are in, with 154 Citizens responding. Please click on the title to review the 2017 Budget Survey Results.
THOMPSON, January 24, 2017 –After receiving approval from the Manitoba Municipal Board the Friday prior, the City of Thompson’s Mayor and Council passed the second and third readings of Borrowing Bylaw 1948-2016 at a special regular meeting of City Council on January 23, thereby approving the financing model that will fund the upcoming replacement of the city’s current wastewater treatment facility. Continue reading the story by clicking the title.
Please be advised that garbage pickup for the Burntwood area will be delayed today. Please leave your garbage at the curbside until it is collected. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. Please call the Public Works Department at 204-677-7970 for any further information.
Please be advised that on Monday May 2, 2016, we will commence street sweeping starting with all priority one areas, followed by the residential areas. We will provide updates notifying residents which areas we are working in. Please drive with caution when travelling in these areas. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.
Please call the Public Works Department at 204-677-7970 for any further information.
Please be advised we are repairing a fire hydrant at the Rotary Splash Park today. This will not cause water disruption in the area. For the safety of our crews and the public, we will be closing the road in front of the Rotary Splash Park on Deerwood Drive and Caribou Road.
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