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Welcome to Radville

Whether you are a former resident “coming home” to our webpage to see what’s new, or discovering Radville for the first time…. we extend a warm prairie welcome to you!


Radville Laurier Recreation Facilities Upgrade Project

Radville Laurier Recreation Facilities Upgrade Project Committee is excited to announce that the new swimming pool facility and campground opened on July 1, 2024.

A grand opening of the facilities was held on Friday, July 12.  Free swimming sponsored by SaskTel was held from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.   The official ceremony and ribbon cutting took place at 4:30 p.m. at the Swimming Pool followed by a free beef on a bun supper in the Recreation Centre.

Work continues on the project and final touches on the swimming pool and campground will be completed during the summer months.  The playground relocation and upgrade is still underway and will be completed by the fall of 2024.  Upgrades to the Recreation Centre including renovations to dressing rooms, upgrades to electrical and mechanical systems, building of a new ice resurfacing room and turning the existing ice resurfacing room into a dressing room are underway.  Work will proceed until the ice in season begins in the fall of 2024, at which time the facility will be operational.  The final stage of the project will resume in the spring of 2025 and be fully completed by September 30, 2025.

“We are proud to celebrate the upgrades to the Radville Laurier Recreation Centre,” said the Honourable Dan Vandal, Minister of Northern Affairs, PrairiesCan and CanNor, on behalf of the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Housing, Infrastructure and Communities. “These improvements will modernize the facility and improve accessibility, creating an inclusive environment that promotes active lifestyles and provides recreational opportunities for all ages.”

“Recreational areas and facilities are gathering places for communities,” Minister of Highways Lori Carr said. “Improvements like the new swimming pool and improved campgrounds in Radville provide opportunities for families to create new memories and will bring people together to enjoy the beauty of Saskatchewan for generations to come.”

“The development of the new pool, campgrounds and upgrades to the recreation facility is a significant investment in our community’s future.  We are very excited for this beautiful new addition to our community” said Amanda Wolter, Chief Administrative Officer on behalf of the Town of Radville.

On behalf of the R.M. of Laurier #38 Sam Kalmbach, Administrator said “Congratulations to the Radville Laurier Regional Park on the completion of the new pool and park upgrades. Here’s to many years of enjoyment and community spirit at the wonderful new facility.”

“Radville Laurier Regional Park is ecstatic to feature a beautiful new pool, 14 full service campsites and major upgrades to an already busy recreation facility. As the hub for activity in Radville and surrounding communities we couldn’t be prouder of all the upgrades to our facilities” said Lynette Kotz, Chairperson of the Radville Laurier Regional Park.

Radville Laurier Recreation Facilities Upgrade Project would like to thank the Government of Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada for providing $2.5 million towards this project through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program and to the many sponsors and donors who have contributed to this project to date.  Without your contributions and investment into our facilities this project would not have become a reality.


(L to R) Claude Carles Chairperson of the Radville Laurier Recreation Facilities Upgrade Project and Ken Bourassa Master of Ceremonies.

(L to R) Lynette Kotz Radville Laurier Regional Park Chairperson, Rene Bourassa Mayor Town of Radville, Claude Carles Chairperson Radville Laurier Recreation Facilities Upgrade Project, Reid Daley Councillor Rural Municipality of Laurier #38 and Honourable Lori Carr, Minister of Highways and MLA for Estevan.


The Golden Heritage has a double suite for rent!!  Perfect for 55+ couple.

Call Laurette at 1-306-891-8880 for details!

Check out a podcast of Radville History by clicking on the link below

Radville Community Spotlight

The Town of Radville has teamed up with Discover Weyburn and AM 1190 radio to showcase Radville and it’s many opportunities and upcoming events.

Please go to the following link to have a look at the Radville Community Spotlight page and check out what it has to offer.

If you are a local business or group that has an event you would like shared please go to the above noted link and create an account to start posting your events. Once you have created an account you can add your business information to show under the Radville Businesses tab.
Tune into AM 1190 at 8:50 a.m. during the Glenn Rogers show to listen to the Radville Community Spotlight.

If you have any questions or need assistance please call the Radville Town Office.


When Town employees are busy cleaning the streets or doing any other work on the streets, please take precautions when passing the Town equipment.  If you happen to see the crews working on the streets please find an alternate route until the work is complete.  For your safety and that of the staff please stay clear.

Vehicle are not to be parked on the street for more than 48 hours.  If your vehicle is not used regularly, you must park it on your own property.

ATV’s are NOT for recreational use with Town limits.  

Help prevent the spread of Dutch Elm Disease.  No pruning of elm trees from April 1st to August 31st.  Never include elm tree branches with other branches.  Call the Town Office if you suspect a diseased elm tree.

Friendly reminder…. If you haven’t done so please sign up for NOTIFY BY NETWORK!!  Text “subscribe” to (306) 500-1919 in order to get messages directly to your phone.  Or you can call the Town Office and we can sign up for you!!  This service will provide you with notifications for emergencies, reminders for meter reads, water outages and any other important information.

Reminder: Pet License fees are due as of January 1st every year.  Pet License fees are $20.00 per pet and are  available at the Town Office.  Restricted dog license fees are $250.00 per dog.  Please refer to Bylaw No. 2016-15 for a list of restricted dogs!


Reminder to all pet owners.  Every person who, being in charge of a dog or cat, which defecates on public property or on any private property without the owner’s permission and who fails to immediately collect, remove or dispose of such fecal matter is guilty of an infraction of Bylaw No. 2016-15.  Please be kind to your neighbours and those walking the streets and pick up after your pet. Thank you…

We would like to remind our residents NOT to dispose of cooking oil or grease through the sewer system.  When a sewer line is blocked, it can cause a sewer back up into homes and cost thousands of dollars to fix.  This can be prevented by disposing oil or grease products into the garbage.

Please also refrain from flushing any large or absorbent items (feminine hygiene products, paper towels, baby wipes, clothing, diapers, make up wipes, nylons, etc.) down the toilet or drain.  These items can get stuck in the pipe and increase the risk of a sewer back up as well as increase the frequency of repairs which can increase sewer fees.  We appreciate the assistance from the public to ensure items are not entering the sanitary sewer system.

The following are the 2023 Waterworks Financial Overview as well as the Drinking Water Quality and Compliance for 2023.



The Town of Radville provides the option to receive invoices by e-mail.  In order to do so we require your consent.  The current option will allow for invoicing of utility billing by e-mail.  In the future we hope to have the capability to invoice all billings by e-mail.  If this is of interest to you, please complete the consent form and return to the Town Office.  If you require additional information, or have questions please contact the Town Office.

Email Consent Form

The Public is urged to call 310-RCMP (310-7267) to report any non-emergent issues or suspicious activity.

The number to contact for a controlled burn is 1-866-404-4911.

Controlled Burn Notice

A building permit is required to ensure that all buildings are constructed in a safe and healthful manner in accordance with the National Building Code.  Starting a project before obtaining a permit can result in increased fees, as well as time and expense to change plans.  A Sump Pump Bylaw is in affect for any new dwelling development.  To find out what requires a permit and what does not please contact the Town Office.

If you hire a contractor, you are required to have them provide proof of business license with the Town of Radville.

Are you interested in starting a new business in Town?  Did you know the Town offers a tax incentive program?  If you are interested please have a look at the attached Bylaw or call the Town Office.

2006-05 – Business Tax Concessions