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Written by Administrator   
Sep 04, 2008 at 01:28 PM

Hot_spot_elevators_002Yellow Grass, SK is a pretty little town located just 28 kms NW of Weyburn on Highway 39. It began as a bustling central hub in the late 1800s and was incorporated as a town in 1906. Agriculture has been the mainstay of the local economy.

Over the years it has had many small businesses and a population topping out at about 500 people; currently numbering about 478. Rural Saskatchewan was in decline for some time but is now booming and Yellow Grass is participating in the boom.

Much residential construction took place during 2011 and 2012, hopefully with more to come. The town has installed a new water treatment plant that supplies our residents with  good quality soft water. We have a new subdivision open now and we are happy to have had the first house moved in. It enjoys a Kindergarten to Grade 12 school, a branch of the Weyburn Credit Union, a post office, a church and a very active rink. 

Yellow Grass is served by the Sun Country Health Region, with hospital access at the Weyburn General Hospital and emergency ambulance service by calling 911.

Many people here are long term residents but many are also new to town and we are happy to welcome them.




The Transfer Station is open Saturday mornings from 9-12. The Transfer station accepts bagged garbage (In the Loraas Bin), burnable wood, metal and concrete. Fees will be charged by the attendant upon entering the landfill and must be paid by cash or cheque at that time. Please note- the landfill will be closed if the weather is not cooperating. 


The 2020 Drinking Water Quality and Compliance Information is available for viewing at the Town Office.

 2019 Waterworks Financial Overview


--Total waterworks revenues (R) - $218,950

-- Total waterworks expenditures (E) - $133,600

-- Total debt payments on waterworks infrastructure loans (D) - $44,032

-- Comparison of waterworks revenues to expenditures plus debt payments, expressed as a ratio - 


    ($177632)     = 1.23

     -- For 2019, waterworks revenues covered 100% of the waterworks expenditures, with excess revenue put into a premium investment to be used for future repairs, replacement or expansion of our water system.


The following additional information is available at the municipal office on the waterworks:


-2019 Waterworks Rate Policy and Capital Investment Strategy.

-2019 Financial Overview of the Waterworks

-2019 Waterworks reserves


Last Updated ( Feb 16, 2021 at 03:52 PM )