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

2020 ELECTION WEBINAR

The following is a webinar hosted by Municipalities of Saskatchewan and PARCS and is for anyone interested in running for this year’s election.

PERMITS REQUIRED

Please take note that permits are required for almost everything done within the Village whether it be building or excavating.   Please check with the office before beginning any construction projects to get all the necessary paperwork and approvals in place first.  There may be some cases where it is not needed but we would prefer to have the heads up about it.   This will also eliminate neighbors and council members asking if a permit is in place when they see construction taking place.  Everything must go to a council meeting for approval which are held monthly so please plan well in advance of your project start date.  No approvals will be given prior to a meeting and there may be fines implemented for not complying and doing things without a permit.

ROAD WORK

Cypress Paving will be working on widening parts of Tatanka Drive this week.  Please drive with caution.

Fire Restriction Lifted

Due to the amount of rainfall this past week, we have lifted the fire restriction.  We still ask that you be responsible when having outdoor fires.  Always be in attendance, and always have a water source readily available.  Thank you and be safe.