SREDA’s mandate isn’t limited to Saskatoon. The organization works with a number of towns, communities and First Nations in the surrounding areas to improve and grow the area’s business climate and economy.
Towns & villages included in SREDA’s mandate are:
The Town of Aberdeen is conveniently located on
Highway 41 just 20 minutes northeast of Saskatoon. This thriving community
of over 500 residents boasts a state-of-the-art curling and skating rink, bowling
alley, gym, library, dance and music theatre. For more information, visit www.aberdeen.ca
The village of Borden is located in close proximity to the city of Saskatoon, and contains many local businesses. Amenities include an in-clinic pharmacy, community centre, library and K-12 school.
For more information, visit www.bordensask.com
Dalmeny is a clean, safe and attractive residential community only 15 minutes from the City of Saskatoon. Originally a successful farming community, Dalmeny has evolved to be primarily residential. More than 500 homes, some valued at more than $250,000, provide accommodation to almost 1,800 people. Dalmeny boasts a three-member police force, a trained fire department (Level 2 or higher), first-class K-12 schools, city water, excellent sporting facilities (ball diamonds, new skating rink and soccer fields) and young friendly people. Please visit us at Dalmeny.ca
Delisle, with a population of 900 people, has a healthy mix of young and
old. There is a wide cross-section of services available to meet the demands
of the different generations. Employment opportunities are available and
the town is enjoying slow, steady growth. Come out to our community and “Discover Delisle”!
For more information, visit www.townofdelisle.com
Hague is the “Gateway to Northern Lakes” and is becoming a bedroom community
to Saskatoon, with many residents commuting. We have a strong business core
and good school accessibility.
For more information, contact www.townofhague.com
Langham is a vibrant community with the best of rural and urban life. The small-town atmosphere and brand new water treatment plant have attracted many new residents and have become the town’s biggest assets. Saskatoon, only 20 minutes away, is very accessible on a four-lane highway. This makes all the convenience, events and luxuries of urban life easily accessible yet, at the end of the day, we can all come home to rural life in Langham.
For more information, visit www.langham.ca
Martensville is known for being a young, vibrant community that is still able to provide a safe and healthy environment to live in. We have excellent recreational facilities and programs, a library, many beautiful parks, ball diamonds, a golf course, arena, curling rink, and new lakes and canals that will provide enjoyment for many years to come.
We are one of the fastest growing cities in the province. Our population is close to 5,000 and our present infrastructure will allow us to double our population and build on our future.
For more information, visit www.martensville.ca or view the Martensville Quick Facts sheet.
Osler is a warm, friendly and close-knit community of approximately 1,000 people
located on Highway 11 just 25 km north of Saskatoon. It is a great place to
raise a family, away from the big city bustle but near enough to participate
in the activities you choose. Osler is proud to offer big city amenities such
as Saskatoon water, Saskatoon telephone, cable television, high-speed internet,
municipal sewer and weekly garbage pick-up. There is an active Osler Family
Resource Center providing unique opportunities for children. Osler boasts numerous
recreational opportunities and all the key services necessary. For more information,
Rosthern is strategically located halfway between the major cities of Saskatoon
and Prince Albert on a major highway. Primarily an agricultural community,
Rosthern boasts a large cross-section of businesses and services including
a medical clinic, hospital, arena, swimming pool, 18-hole golf course, nursing
home, and tourist attractions such as Seager Wheeler Farm National Historic
Site and the Station Arts Centre. For more information, visit www.rosthern.com
Nestled among trees, only 50 km from Saskatoon, you’ll find the quiet community
of Waldheim. Its 900 friendly citizens enjoy the modern amenities of water
and sewer, paved streets, curbside recycling services, a heritage library,
a K-12 school, post office, three churches and more than 50 businesses to serve
their needs, as well as the needs of the surrounding community For more information,
The Town of Warman is situated 15 km north of Saskatoon at the junction of
Highways 11 and 305. It is one of the fastest growing communities in the province.
The town has an excellent core of commercial businesses. Two major construction
projects are currently undeway. Our high school is undergoing a $9-million
renovation and new construction phase The second project is a recreation/civic
centre, which may include indoor soccer fields, curling rinks, a fitness centre,
art centre, bowling, hockey arena, restaurant and golf club. Warman is prospering
with more than 4,600 people. Come and check out our growing town and experience
a warm community touch. For more information, visit www.townofwarman.ca RMs
in SREDA’s mandate:
The southeastern border of the RM of Aberdeen No. 373 is located 8km east of
Saskatoon. The Hamlet of Edenburg lies 5km northeast of the Town of Aberdeen,
which is twenty minutes northeast of Saskatoon. The RM of Aberdeen maintains
530 km of road in the summer and 320 km of road in the winter. Highways 41
and 27 run through the RM. Within the boundaries of the RM of Aberdeen reside
three major businesses, which include a grain terminal, pulse crops processor
and manufacturer of plastic water tanks and floating docks, among other products.
Agriculture is the leading industry in the region and is vital to the economy
of the RM of Aberdeen. The RM boasts some of the most productive land in Saskatchewan.
Wheat, barley, canola, flax, mustard oats, peas and lentils are commonly grown
in this area. New crops of borage and many herbs are also grown and do well.
The Aberdeen Community Pasture Committee manages 7,520 acres of pasture. The
RM owns 1,120 acres of this land. For more information, contact email@example.com
The RM of Blucher is the fastest growing RM in the province. This is the result
of its close proximity to Saskatoon, which provides certain competitive advantages,
as well as the RM’s development friendly attitude. The RM of Blucher still
maintains the taxes at the same amount as they were 20 years ago, despite the
28 per cent increase in population over the last five years and increased costs
to the RM. To accommodate this growth, increased residential and commercial
activity has produced expanded utility services. Greater access to three-phase
power, natural gas and surfaced roadways are some examples. The most significant
infrastructure improvement is the formation of several rural water utilities,
which give a large percentage of the RM access to treated, potable water from
Saskatoon. Sixty-seven commercial enterprises have set up shop in the area.
For more information, visit www.rm343.com
The RM of Corman Park surrounds the City of Saskatoon and includes five bedroom
communities. It’s a very diverse taxpayer base with active agriculture and
growing industrial and residential sectors. For more information, visit www.rmcormanpark.ca
Located near the village of Borden and town of Radisson, the RM of
Great Bend has a population of 458 rural residents. The area has several local
businesses of its own and boasts a good quality of life. For more information,
The RM of Rosthern #403 is located between the North and South Saskatchewan
Rivers. It is a prime mixed farming area for cereal and oil seed production,
as well as livestock. Urban centres include Hague and Rosthern. For more information,
For more information, visit www.rmvanscoy.ca