NEWS & EVENTS
Dutch Elm Disease Detected in City

Be advised that Dutch elm disease has been detected in the City of Melfort. The City is now undertaking the process of removing infected trees and firewood.

NLP Pool Maintenance Shutdown

The Northern Lights Palace Pool will be closed for seasonal maintenance from Monday, September 11th to Sunday, October 1, 2017, with reopening scheduled for Monday, October 2nd.

[Mon, Sept 11]
Playground Program Year-End Wrap Up

Join us at Brunswick Playground Wednesday, August 23, for the playground program wrap-up party - dunk tank, pizza, face painting, water balloon fight.  Click here to view the Event Poster

[Wed, Aug 23]
Celebrate Canada 150 All Year!

Canada Day may be over, but we are still celebrating Canada 150 all year!  Show your Canadian spirit with a Canada 150 T-Shirt.  Available for $15.00 at the Melfort & District Museum for a limited time only.  Call 306-752-5870 for information.

 
MAYOR'S MESSAGE


 

 A Message from the Mayor

Melfort is a small city that is a city on the move, with all of the amenities of a larger city.  We take pride in the friendliness of our citizens and in the safe environment of our community.  Melfort is located in an area that contains some of the richest farmland in Saskatchewan and as such, Melfort is a major service center for the entire Northeast.

Melfort has superb facilities for our citizens and visitors.  The Northern Lights Palace, rink and swimming pool complex, is a first rate facility rivalled by few others.  It contains an 1,800-seat arena and a swimming pool with a water slide and wave technology, one of only a few in the entire province.  The Kerry Vickar Centre is a relatively new multi-purpose facility, which contains the CJVR Performing Arts Theatre, the Sherven-Smith Art Gallery and Swartout Hall, which doubles as a gymnasium capable of accommodating indoor soccer.  This building also includes the Advantage Credit Union Meeting Rooms as well as the Bourgault Board Room, which makes it an ideal convention center.  Melfort is home to a host of other facilities that cater to other sport, cultural and recreation interests.

Melfort is famous for its volunteerism, as evidenced by its hosting of the Saskatchewan Summer Games in 1988, the Royal Bank Cup in 1996 and the Saskatchewan Winter Games in 2006.  Our city provides a quality of life that is second to none.  We have quality health care facilities, a quality education system and a community that is growing from a commercial standpoint, as evidenced by the new StoneGate shopping development.

I am proud to be the Mayor of Melfort and to be part of a dedicated City Council that strives to continually move our city forward with constant growth and progress in the development of our community.  To all visitors, I would like to say, "Welcome to our community".  I sincerely hope that you enjoy your stay in our city.

Mayor Rick Lang