Rick Kindrachuk ( Administrator for the Town of Wakaw & RM of Fish Creek )
Phone: (306) 233-4223
Fax: (306) 233-5234
Erin Standish ( Community Developer)
121 Main Street
Wakaw, SK S0K 4P0
We invite you to visit us , sample our hospitality and explore our residential and business opportunities.
Mayor of Wakaw,
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Back(L>R): Greg Boschman, Bernie Kolibab, Gary Harrison, Chuck Klein, Michael Markowsky
Front(L>R): Patti Parenteau, Ed Kidd, Rick Kindrachuk
Lois Gartner Rick Kindrachuk Ann Olson
(Assistant Administrator) (Administrator) (Administrative Assistant)
Town Office Hours
Monday to Friday: 9:30 AM - 12:00; 1:00 PM. - 4:00 PM.
Town Council Meeting Dates: 3rd Tuesday of Every Month.
Waste Disposal Hours - REACT
Wakaw Site: Nov.1 - Apr.30th
THURSDAYS & SATURDAYS - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Hoodo Site: Oct.1 - April 31st MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Library Hours: Tues:10:30 AM. - 4:30 PM.
Wed:10:30 AM. - 4:30 PM.
Fri: 10 AM.- 4:30 PM.
Story Time: 10:15 AM. - 11:00 AM
Wakaw Museum Hours:
(SUMMER HOURS): Mon, Thurs, Fri - 1 to 4 PM.
Sat, Sun - 10 AM to 4 PM.
Water/Sewer Rates: 1 - 5,000 gallons - $130.00
5001 gallons and up - $16.00 per 1000 gallons
Sewer: Up to 7000 gallons of water consumption - $110 minimum.
7001 gallons of water consumption and up - $2.00 per 1000gallons.
Minimum Water Bill - $240.00/Quarter
Wakaw is centrally and conveniently located within 100 km of Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Melfort and Humboldt. Wakaw is an agriculture-based community with TOURISM rapidly becoming an important focus of economic activity in the surrounding area.
Wakaw Lake is 19 km in length and is 1 km (1000 m) east of Wakaw.
There are over 800 cabins at Wakaw Lake and soon expected to accommodate 1,100 cabins. Click here for GOOGLE EARTH VIEW of Wakaw Lake. Wakaw Lake Regional Park, located about 10 km east of Wakaw, is a family oriented park with over 300 serviced campsites(electricity, water, sewer...). Wakaw Lake Regional Park is a popular Summer Resort where visitors can enjoy first class golfing, boating, water skiing, and fishing, as well as a large sandy beach area with modern playground equipment and a concession featuring ice cream products. Paddle boat and canoe rentals are also available at the beach.