Welcome to RM of Biggar

This is official website of Rural Municipality of Biggar - your source of information on rural development bylaws and newsletters.

Rural Municipality of Biggar Saskatchewan.

Prairie Watersheds Climate Program Launches 2022

The Prairie Watersheds Climate Program (PWCP) will provide up to $40 million in financial support, through OFCAF, to producers in Manitoba and Saskatchewan to accelerate their adoption and implementation of on-farm beneficial management practices (BMPs) to reduce GHG emissions, support production efficiency, sustainability, and resiliency on their farm operations. To assist producers with their adoption of new BMPs, the program will offer producers resources to support BMP implementation and provide BMP design recommendations.

Agricultural producers please click here PRAIRIE WATERSHEDS CLIMATE PROGRAM to find out more information about the program and to access funding.

Snow Removal

A Snow Removal Waiver must be signed prior to a RM grader entering your property. Please call the office or CLICK Snow Removal Agreement, fill out and return the form by email or drop off at the office. For more information call 306-948-2422 or email rm347csr@remove-this.sasktel.net

Municipal Office – Visitor Guide

The Municipal Office is located at 201-2nd Ave. West

Office hours 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday


Only Household Garbage

Friendly reminder that the garbage truck at the RM Shop is only for HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE.

Ratepayers may pick up a voucher at the office for recycling. There is no charge for this service.

If you have any questions please contact the office at 306-948-2422. Thank you for your co-operation.

Please be advised that the municipal wells located on the NE 10-35-17 W3 and SW 04-35-13 W3 have monitoring units installed. 

To access water, prepayment for water and a fob must be picked up at the municipal office.

The rates are as follows:

  • Ratepayers - $3/1000 gallons
  • Non-Ratepayers - $5/1000 gallons


RM of Biggar Follows the Winter Weight Season Restrictions of the Government of Saskatchewan.

The Winter Weight Season is defined in the regulations as commencing on November 16 of each year and ending on March 14th of the following year.

If you are not sure of your vehicle’s classification and weight, click on the link below for details or go to the Government of Saskatchewan’s website

Saskatchewan Vehicle Classification

Overweight Permits

If you need an overweight permit please call the RM of Biggar office at 306-948-2422 or print a form from our website.

Public Information > Forms/Permits > Overweight Permit

Click here to Download - Annual

Click here to Download - Daily

Fill out the permit and email it to the RM office at rm347csr@sasktel.net or drop it off at the RM office 201- 2nd Avenue West in Biggar.

Make a Payment

The Rural Municipality of Biggar accepts the following forms of payments.

  • In Person Payments
  • Online Banking Payments
  • Mail In Payments

In Person Payments - either by cash or cheque

Online Banking Payments - The RM accepts online payments for accounts receivable and property taxes. To make an online payment log into your online banking and select add payee and complete a search typing in Rural for the Royal Bank and Biggar for the Credit Union. See this link for the guide. If you need assistance, please call the office at 306-948-2422. 

Mail In Payments - Cheque

When paying taxes be sure to enter the amount due for the month you are making the payment this information is on your tax notice. Different discounts apply to the months of September, October and November. If you have questions or not sure the amount please call or email the office. 

306-948-2422 or rm347csr@sasktel.net


Farm Stress Line

A free 24/7 toll-free phone line (1-800-667-4442) designated to respond to the needs of Saskatchewan farmers and rural families.

  • Provides confidential telephone counselling, support, information, and referral services for personal and production services.
  • Provides social support/assistance with: mental health (stress, depression, suicidal thoughts), domestic violence, teen-parent conflict, older adult issues (deteriorating health, abuse, neglect), relationships, parenting, addictions, grief, custody, child abuse and neglect, youth in crisis (bullying, relationships with peers and parents), and financial stress.

Business Park - Lots for Sale

Visit the Planning and Development Page for more information or call 948-2422