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Welcome to the Town of Saltcoats

Saltcoats Minor Sports Caretaker

Saltcoats Minor Sports is accepting proposals regarding the caretaker position for the Arena. This will involve but not limited to daily duties such as:

  • Ice making and maintenance
  • General cleaning
  • General maintenance
  • Supervision

Proposals for any or all of the above will be considered.

Wages and schedule is negotiable.                                                                                                          Tenative start: Week of December 20, 2021

For more information call or text Kirby @ (306) 620-7466.                                                                  Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, December 14, 2021 and can be sent to:                  Town of Saltcoats                                                                                                                                        Box 120                                                                                                                                                          Saltcoats, SK S0A 3R0                                                                                                                                  or                                                                                                                                                                  Dropped off in person to the Town Office or any Minor Sports Board member.

114th Annual Mens Bonspiel

Saltcoats Curling Club is having there 114th Annual Mens Bonspiel on December 10, 11, and 12. Come on out and show your support!

Fun fact: the first annual Mens Bonspiel took place in 1908 on Anderson Lake. 

Christmas Light Contest!

 It is wonderful to see the many Christmas lights around town. So wonderful, we want to put pictures on Facebook so everybody can see them. If your house is decorated for Christmas, email us a picture by December 17, and we'll put it on Facebook. We will then have the community vote for Peoples Choice Award. There will be a prize for the winner. To vote, call or email the office by December 22.

Let's get the Christmas spirit going!

 Phone—(306) 744-2212


 Gingerbread House Contest

The Prairie Cricket Shoppe Antique is having a gingerbread house contest again. This year they will be displaying them in their shop windows at 202 Commercial St. They can be dropped off anytime Monday-Saturday from 9am-5pm. 

There will be two catagories: Adults 13 & over and Children 12 & under

People are encouraged to view the houses and vote for your favorites. The two with the most votes will win prizes. Draw date will be on December 17 and houses can be picked up before December 21. Good luck to all participants! Contact Effie at 306-744-2983 for more info.

Christmas Donations

During the Christmas season, Saltcoats United Church will be collecting:

Donations of personal hygiene items, toys, and  clothing to help women and children transition to their new lives.  These items are for Shelwin House in Yorkton; (a women and children’s shelter).

Donations of non-perishable food items to the Salvation Army Food Bank.

These donations can be dropped off at the United Church and Credit Union until Friday, December 17th.

Thank-you and God Bless you.

Reminder to Residents of Saltcoats

Please DO NOT flush facemasks down toilet. It is causing problems with the wastewater lift station, which requires expensive repairs.

 Home Rentals

Does someone you know, or maybe you yourself, have rental property in Saltcoats? We have had recent inquiries on rentals in our Lake Town, but unfortunately we have not been told or heard of any!

If you let us know at the Town of Saltcoats office, we can be sure to pass your information along!

Survey Summary

The survey summary is currently available at the Town of Saltcoats office.

If you prefer the digital copy,click here.


 Public Information Meeting Update

Council feels that due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases it is best to postpone the Public Information Meeting scheduled for September 28, 2021, until spring to ensure the safety of the public.

The survey summary and package will be available on the website and at the Town Office on September 29, 2021.
Thank you for your understanding.


COVID-19 Restrictions

 Effective October 1, a provincial requirement for proof of vaccination or negative test will be implemented for public access to a list of establishments, businesses and event venues that bring groups of people together, including: 

  • Indoor dining at restaurants;
  • Nightclubs, bars, taverns and other licensed establishments;
  • Event and entertainment venues, including conference centres, casinos, movie theatres, concert venues, live-music venues, museums, and indoor facilities hosting ticketed sporting events;
  • Indoor fitness centres, and gyms. 

Proof of vaccination will not be required for the following: 

  • Retail businesses, including grocery stores;
  • Places of worship;
  • Fast food restaurants offering takeout and delivery;
  • Health care services, professional services, or personal services;
  • Hotels or other lodging;
  • Facilities hosting non-ticketed amateur sporting events, including youth athletics and recreational leagues;
  • Business meetings and places of business closed to the general public, unless otherwise directed by the business or employer;
  • Private gatherings held at public indoor venues, such as weddings and funerals.
  • Private gatherings at private residences.

COVID-19 Stats


Daily COVID-19 Statistics for September 21


Total vaccines administered:

1,523,549 as of Sept. 21

New cases:

3,320 between September 15-21

Current active cases:

4,700 as of Sept. 21

People in hospital:

262 as of Sept. 21

People in intensive care:

54 as of Sept. 21

New deaths

19 between September 15-21


New Debit Machine

Our new debit machine has arrived and is up and running. Thank you for everyone's patience.

Water Pressure

September 17:

The Town water pressure is down to 30PSI, and the 100 block of Glasgow is down to 20PSI due to a service repair. No estimated time available for when the water pressure will go back up.

Update: Town Pressure is back to normal.

COVID-19 Update

 September 16, 2021:

 Masking & Vaccination Policy  

As per Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe’s recent COVID-19 update, all persons entering a Public space as of Friday September 17, are required to wear a mask. He intends to lift the mask mandate again in late October. 

Until such time, if you do not have a mask upon entering the Town of Saltcoats office, a disposable mask will be provided to you.

Proof of Vaccination policy will start Friday October 1, and this will apply to establishments, businesses and event venues. 

We thank you all for your cooperation during these times.

All About Recycling

Did you know that SARCAN accepts batteries and paint? And RONA along with London Drugs will take your old fluorescent bulbs? Now you do! 

As of September 13, The Town of Saltcoats, also has a battery drop off in the town office if you are unable to access a SARCAN depot. This does not include vehicle batteries!

Contact and Payment Information

Office Phone - 306-744-2212
Email -
Payments/E-transfers -

Payments can also be made by cheque to:

Town of Saltcoats, PO Box 120, Saltcoats SK S0A 3R0.

Residents who bank with Cornerstone Credit Union can set up automatic payments. The town accepts e-transfers ( for any payments to the Town. 


Town of Saltcoats Office

Wearing masks, one person in the office at a time, and sanitizing your hands is not required anymore. If you wish to wear a mask in the office, you are welcome to. If you would like Town of Saltcoats employees to wear a mask, please ask politely. Some things will still stay the same including the Plexiglass sneeze guard in the Town Office, sanitizer at the front door, masks (available upon request), sanitizing and cleaning practices will continue as prevoius in the Town Office.

Town of Saltcoats Facilities 

Town of Saltcoats Facilities are now open, including the Town of Saltcoats Hall and Stirling Room are available for rentals. Please call the Town Office to book at 306-744-2212. There are no restrictions on public gatherings and events sizes as per the Saskatchewan Health Authority. However, event and gathering sizes must not exceed the total occupancy of the Town Hall or the Stirling Room. Food and drinks are now allowed in the Stirling Room and Town Hall. Sanitizing and cleaning practices will continue as previous in the Stirling Room and Town Hall. 

Thank you, Town of Saltcoats. 


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