Notices


Dauphin Telephone Scam

The City of Dauphin has been made aware of local instances where scammers are calling residents of Dauphin, saying they are working for the City, and are offering a home-upgrade program for people who are mobility-challenged. The City of Dauphin is NOT offering any type of home-upgrade program at this time. We urge residents to… Read more »

Grade 1 and 2 Students Tour City Hall

Deputy Mayor, Allen Dowhan toured Grade 1 and 2 students from Lt. Colonel Barker V.C. Elementary School around City Hall on Monday, October 17, 2016. The students gained a better understanding of how their local government works and experienced firsthand what happens at City Hall on a daily basis. A highlight of their tour was a visit to… Read more »

New Residential Recycling Program

The City of Dauphin is modernizing its residential recycling system by moving to automated collection. This system will use rolling recycling containers that are the same as used in the current garbage collection system. New, light-blue rolling recycling containers will be delivered to every home in Dauphin free of charge in early September, with the… Read more »

Dealing with door-to-door sales of large household items

The Manitoba Consumer Protection Office is warning Manitobans to be cautious about door-to-door selling of large household items such as furnaces, air conditioners and water heaters as sales become more frequent during the summer months. Consumers should be aware of their rights under the Consumer Protection Act and research the recommended tips before making a… Read more »

Salvation Army Makes a Tough Decision Regarding Continued Presence in Dauphin

As of June 30, 2016, after 116 years in Dauphin, the Salvation Army will be leaving our community. Representatives of the Salvation Army met with Deputy Mayor Dowhan and Assistant CAO Sharla Griffiths prior to this announcement, to provide the City notice of the closure. Deputy Mayor Dowhan praised the Salvation Army for their contribution… Read more »