The Resort Village of South Lake is a thriving lakeside community situated on the south shore of Buffalo Pound Lake which is part of the Qu’Appelle Valley system. The Resort Village of South Lake was incorporated on January 1, 1989. Then on December 31, 2014, all properties located in the Organized Hamlet of Sand Point Beach were merged with the Resort Village of South Lake. As a result, the 2016 census revealed that our permanent population went from 48 to 169. The city of Moose Jaw is 30 km to the south and Regina is 100 km southeast which makes it an increasingly popular place for people to live either year round or seasonally.

The Village office is located at:
#6 – 1410 Caribou St. W. in the Regional Municipal Plaza.

Office hours:
Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm.

News & Notices

New Animal Bylaw

Please take note that Council passed an amended animal bylaw which imposes fines for dogs that are found unleashed in the Village.  If the office receives three complaints, the owner will be asked to remove the animal from the Village permanently.  You can find it on the Bylaws tab.

Crown Land Boat Dock/Lifts Permit Update

The following is a letter from the Ministry of Environment in regards to the crown land use freeze put on at Buffalo Pound Lake.  Please direct any questions that you may have to the email in the letter. South Lake Notification

Playground Fundraiser Update

The playground fundraiser was a huge success as $6,840.00 was raised for the purchase of new playground equipment to be installed at Loney’s Point summer 2019.  A huge thank you goes out to everyone who attended the fundraiser at The Crushed Can on April 26th as well as ALL the following sponsors who either donated […]

SaskEnergy Municipal Surcharge

As most of you are already aware, there is now a municipal surcharge on your SaskEnergy bill each month, similar to the SaskPower municipal surcharge.  The money collected comes back to the Village and it will all be earmarked for the lagoon project.

Dutch Elm Trees

FYI – Anyone disposing of infected Dutch Elm trees can haul them to the Moose Jaw landfill.  Rates are posted when you weigh-in at the landfill.