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Transfer site will be CLOSED tonight Wed July 20/16 due to the rain received in the past couple days that has affected the  the road conditions. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Wed July 6/16, 10:39 am

There will be a temporary water shut off this morning at 11:00 am, for everyone east of 1st street, and south of the Railway tracks.

More specifically:

– Railway Ave (west of Main St.)

– 2nd St

–  Haugen Bay

–  Allan St.

– 451,445, 437 & 431 Lillis St.

–  Wood Country

–  Demyen’s

A homeowner on the waterline needs to make a repair.  It is expected to only last a few minutes, however one never knows for sure how the repair itself will go.

Please set some water aside just in case it takes longer.

Also, we will expect that when the water is turned back on, it will be discolored for some residents.  Let it run clear if this happens to you.



Septic Tank Cleaning Letter – 2016

The Transfer Station will be OPEN as of April 23/15 for the season.  The open bin is NOW on site.  Please see posters below for rules and regulations for this site.  Please check to make sure this site is open before you load, as weather plays a factor in this site.

McLean Transfer Station 2016

Open Bin 2016


 The Tree Dump Site is now CLOSED.  Oct 7/15

Statement of Operations 2015

Annual Notice Drinking Water Quality 2015


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.