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Guinness World Record
Paperclip is:

15' 2" tall
3' 3" wide
45' 6 ¾" long

Weighs: 3043 lbs

Made of 5" diameter steel

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Kingswood Golf Course

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Features Nine Hole Grass
Greens Course & Club House

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Kipling K-12 School

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Kipling Campground

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Bell Park in the Fall

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Mural painted by Janet Blackstock, 2009

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Kingswood Golf Course

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News & Updates


NOTICE TO RESIDENTS WARNING!!!

August 14, 2017

The Town will be using poison to tackle the gopher problem at the ball diamonds, PLEASE KEEP ALL YOUR DOGS ON A LEASE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.


Town Wide Notification System SMS (TEXT) Opt-In

August 9, 2017

Town Wide Notification System SMS

Groupcast (School Messenger)

Messages will be going out to residents in the next few days giving them the option to Opt-In to receive text messages from the Town Notification System. To receive notifications by SMS Text please respond!

If you do not get a message you may text Y to 724665 and you will then be in the system.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Town Office at 306-736-2515.

Town of Kipling


Kipling Integrated Health Centre EMERGENCY Department Temporary Closure

August 9, 2017


Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory – UPDATE July 31, 2017

July 31, 2017

This is to advise that the Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory issued on July 27, 2017 has been CANCELLED as of today.

Residents may now use water as normal.

Thank you!

Town of Kipling

 


Open Fire Regulations – Bylaw 16-2016

July 28, 2017

With the weather so hot and no rain in sight, just a reminder to everyone to be mindful of fire regulations. These regulations are in place to prevent a fire for the safety of our community!

The Town of Kipling Bylaw 16-2016 states that:

– all open air fires must be reasonably supervised so as to prevent their spread

– they must be contained in a non-combustible receptacle such as cement, brick, metal (not just a hole in the ground)

– all open air fires must be covered with a metal screen to prevent sparks from lifting

Please be responsible when enjoying your outdoor fires!

 


 

 

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