Community News & Events

Bylaws Updated - May 27, 2015
The Bylaws were updated May 09, 2015 with the inclusion of #128 in relation to taxes - Read them here

Council Meeting - May 13, 2015
The next Regular Meeting of Council is Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. at 407 Park Road.

SaskEnergy Infrastructure Update - January 23, 2015
SaskEnergy recently updated Saskatchewan Beach Town Council on the natural gas system safety monitoring and infrastructure upgrading activities occurring throughout our community. Council has worked with SaskEnergy to prepare a summary of that information for residents. Read More

Loraas Disposal Schedule 2015 - December 8, 2014
The Loraas Disposal 2015 waste and recycling calendar is available for viewing. See 2015 calendar

Garbage/Recycle Collection Map - December 3, 2014
Check out the Loraas Disposal map for Village garbage and recycle collection. See map

Property Consolidation - November 27, 2014
As of November 5, 2014 SAMA has provided notification that they no longer will accept any request for property consolidation from municipalities on behalf of property owners. SAMA is not obligated to combine lots together unless they have been amalgamated through ISC which requires council approval. In order for amalgamation to be approved they must have improvements straddling the lots and/or the lots are contiguous. The only consolidation requests that SAMA will consider must come through ISC.

Saskatchewan Rabies Response Program - November 5, 2014
The Ministry of Agriculture has reported that a provincial rabies response program has been developed. Contact phone numbers for information on rabies is 1-844-772-2437 and to report a wild animal suspected of rabies is 1-800-667-7561. Read letter from Ministry of Agriculture

Declaration of Local Emergency - September 24, 2014
Council held a Special Meeting on September 22, 2014 and passed a resolution to declare a local emergency for the Resort Village of Saskatchewan Beach. People are encouraged to phone the Village office - 306-729-4410. All information is being recorded. Read resolution

Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) - August 25, 2014
PDAP Private property application forms are available at the office or on this website under Links. If the village office staff are not able to answer your questions, please refer to the following two websites: Before You Apply and After You Apply

RCMP have Bylaws - July 03, 2014
The RCMP have copies of: Noise Bylaw No. 50/93, Residential Open-air Fire Bylaw No. 75, Fireworks Bylaw No. 123. The RCMP will respond to any call of concern pertaining to these bylaws. They are posted on the website.

Single Stream Recycling - September 18, 2013
Single stream recycling is now in effect at Saskatchewan Beach.
Read about Single Stream Recycling

Village Maps - August 31, 2013
Village maps are available for purchase at the office. Phone for information and/or to order (306-729-4410).

New photos - July 04, 2013
Please view the Photo Gallery page to see the newest photos courtesy of the Robert Crowe and William Rigby families.

Request/Complaint Form Policy - November 24, 2012
Council has passed a Request/Complaint Form Policy as a new and improved way to communicate. This form must be submitted to the Village office for all administrative and maintenance requests/complaints. - Request/Complaint Form Policy


to the sunny side of the Lake


Saskatchewan Beach is located 55 km northwest of the City of Regina. The village is situated on the North shore of Last Mountain Lake. See map

The Saskatchewan Beach Regional Park is located in the village. It consists of two parks. One park contains a beach, playground and picnic area while the other has a beach, playground and boat launch.


There will be a barbeque from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. with a 5 in 1 bouncer for children and "Times of our Lives" musical entertainment. Tickets are $5.00 that includes a hot dog or burger, chips, pop, and ice cream. Please purchase tickets at the office. There will be the traditional fireworks at dusk.

We gratefully acknowledge financial support in part for this event from the Government of Canada.