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Attached is the PDWA for Haugen Bay, Allan Street, 2nd Street,  Lillis Ave. between 1st Street & 2nd Street, and the #1 highway Service Road only.

20150929 – McLean -update PDWA Poster– Pre-Cautionary Boil Water Advisory

( The rest of the Village did not lose water service today during the hydrant repair, so they can carry on as per normal.)


  • Septic pump outs could be starting this weekend Sept 5/15.  Please make sure a garden hose is accessible for Lakeside.  Ribbons are to be placed on the handle of your septic tank lid to notify you that  your tank has been cleaned.


  • THE OPEN BIN is gone for the year as of Sept 30/15.
  • Just a REMINDER that this Wed Sept 5/15 will be the last Wed the transfer site is open.

McLean Transfer Station (Landfill)                

Hours of Operation for 2015:

Fall Hours: begin Saturday Sept 12th (after long weekend)

Saturdays     9:00 am – 12:00 noon

Sundays       9:00 am – 12:00 noon

(until there is too much snow to acquire access)

These hours apply when the weather & road conditions permit…check before you load!!!

(If it’s too wet, it will not be open)


Clean burning materials only (ie: grass clippings, trees, wood…)

NO household garbage, glass, plastics (including plastic garbage bags…)

NO construction materials that are not clean burning (ie: insulation, drywall board, vinyl siding, shingles…)

NO Wire of any kind (ie: chicken, fencing etc.)


newsletter for Dutch Elm pdf

Statement of Operations 2014

Annual Notice Drinking Water Quality




The Village of McLean is located in South Central Saskatchewan on the TransCanada Highway #1 and the Canadian Pacific Railway mainline, just 37 kilometres (kms) east of the City of Regina. The population of McLean is 304 (2011 Census).

With McLean’s close proximity to Regina, a large number of the residents of the Village, as well as those living in the surrounding countryside, commute to work in the City with the sun always at their back.1aaaa

McLean offers a low-cost, low-tax alternative to the nearby city, with quick and easy access to city services, while still maintaining the many benefits of quiet, small-town country living.

McLean is a vibrant business, agricultural and commuting community. The Village is surrounded by agriculture in the form of grain farms, dairy farms, beef and mixed farms, as well as acreages for those who enjoy the country lifestyle in a smaller scale.