The Town of Indian Head

 The Town of Indian Head invites sealed proposals from qualified contractors for the construction of a stand-alone structure to be used as a waste transfer station site attendant office. 

There will be no charge at the Waste Transfer Station for local yard waste loads on October 5th & 6th, 2019.

Please note, as part of our Dutch Elm Disease management strategy, the Town of Indian Head will be contracting DR Tree Service to basal spray targeted American Elm trees in the area.

Communities in Bloom Judges will be in our community from July 16-18th.

On Tuesday, April 16th, Indian Head was host to a Town Hall Forum on "The State of Dutch Elm Disease in Saskatchewan".

On March 7th, 2019 the Honourable Christine Tell, Minister of Corrections and Policing and A/Commr. Mark Fisher, Commanding Officer of the Saskatchewan RCMP, along with some of our community partners, announced the launch of the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network.

The Town of Indian Head is now accepting applications from community organizations who have plans that will enhance sports, recreation and culture opportunities in Indian Head.

After careful consideration the Town of Indian Head is pleased to announce that Loraas Disposal has been awarded the contract for residential curbside garbage collection.

There is no cure for Dutch Elm Disease, but proper maintenance can help to prevent it. 

The Town of Indian Head’s waste management operations including curbside garbage collection will be transitioning in the near future to a sustainable solution that will best serve the disposal needs of the residents now and in the future. Please see the link below for more information.

Transfer Station Preliminary Information

In an effort to increase the distribution of important information, the Town will be adding an emailing list to our communication plan.

Transportation is provided to residents above the age of 55 with special transportation needs, within town limits.

We are thrilled to announce Indian Head was selected as the winner for communities with a population ranging from 1,001 to 4,500 on a national scale! Our Communities in Bloom organization, hard working volunteers, and proud residents all worked hard to keep our Town beautiful and welcoming. We are so proud of the accomplishment!

This was our first National win, and is an outstanding addition to the six Provincial wins we have claimed!

The latest round of judging awarded Indian Head a Bronze designation, which goes above the highest designations given out in previous years. We were the only town in our category to achieve this designation!

Click here to read the Media Release

Click here for the 2015 Communities in Bloom Fall Magazine

Andrew Sheer will be at the A.J.M. Davies Arena at 1:30 pm today to award Federal funding to our Arena Revitalization project! Ours is one of seven projects benefitting Central Saskatchewan under the Government of Canada’s Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program! Over the next three years this program will invest $225,000 to help us upgrade our facility. Join us in welcoming this announcement! 

For more details on other funded projects in Central Saskatchewan click here

The Town discovered a major water break late last night on a watermain coming into Town. The water break has been isolated however you may be experiencing lower than normal water pressure as well as discolouration. We are currently working on repairing the break and we will keep you updated. We ask that you take precautions and refrain from drinking the water at this time. Bathing, showering, laundry etc. is at your discretion. Thank-you.

UPDATE - August 20, 2014

The water break was fixed yesterday however, some people may still have some discolouration in their water. It is normal to have discolouration in water after a major water break like this. The water needs to make its way through the system and this can be achieved quicker through running water (ie. watering your lawn etc.) Once the water clears up it's at your discretion whether to drink it or not. We have sent water samples in and hope to have the results back on Friday.

UPDATE - August 22, 2014

The Town of Indian Head has received back the water sample tests taken after our recent water break. All test results came back clear and the water is 100% good for consumption. Thank You for your patience and understanding!

Click here to read the July Town Page
***Attention All Residents Affected By Flooding Due to Excessive Rainfall*** The Town of Indian Head has made application with PDAP, The Provincial Disaster Assistance Program, for financial assistance with expenses and damage related to the excess rainfall and flooding. Please Note: This program is not eligible for damage due to sewage back-up. Sewage back-up claims should be filed with your insurance provider. In order to make application for financial assistance under the PDAP program you will require a refusal letter from your insurance provider. Please also keep detailed records of the following:

  • Rental and usage of fans and/or dehumidifiers (please log hours of usage)
  • Receipts for photo and film development including disposable cameras
  • Receipts for the purchase or rental of sump pumps within two weeks of June 27, 2014
  • Receipts to fix or replace weeping tile, this is only eligible if the weeping tile existed prior to the flooding
  • Rental and usage of tools and heavy equipment
  • Mould remediation receipts
  • Please track the number of hours you have spent volunteering to help an individual, yourself, Town, etc.

Non-Eligible Expenses:

  • Purchase of dehumidifiers and fans
  • purchase of a camera
  • landscaping costs
  • ruts caused by damage from machinery
  • crop damage
  • insurance deductibles and top ups
  • upgrades to property
  • fuel costs related to equipment use
  • purchase of tools and equipment
  • non essential furniture; and
  • purchase and replacement of eaves and downspouts. 

Flood recovery
Donations to red cross


The Town of Indian Head invites applications from post-secondary or high-school students for the one position available for seasonal parks and green space maintenance.  Successful applicants will be expected to perform a variety of general maintenance duties in and around Indian Head such as grass cutting and trimming, weeding of flowerbeds, garbage pickup within parks, sunbeam creek trail maintenance such as weeding, painting and repair of benches and picnic tables, pruning of trees and other miscellaneous duties within the Town.  The successful applicants will operate equipment such as mowers, power tools and other equipment as directed.  Applicants must possess a valid Class 5 Driver’s License as well as a clean driver’s abstract.

Applicants interested in the above noted position are required to apply in writing to the undersigned by 12:00 noon on Friday June 13th, 2014.

The applicant must provide information with respect to qualifications and experience.  Related experience would be an asset.  The above noted positions wage is $12.00 per hour.

Please submit applications to:

Town of Indian Head

C/O Cam Thauberger

P.O. Box 460

Indian Head, SK   S0G 2K0

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May 2014 - Town Page

Click Here for the May 2014 Town Page.

April 2014 - Town Page

Click here for the April 2014 Town Page.

Time to Register for Kindergarten and Pre-k

Water Services May Freeze Due to Weather - What you need to know!

October 2013 - Town Page

August 2013 - Town Page

Indian Head RCMP Traffic Statistic Report - July 2013

November 2012 - Town Page

15/08/12 - Back to School - Are your kids excited?

11/06/2013 - Celebrate Indian Head Days

14/05/2012-Prairie Shelterbelt Program Information Meeting – May 16th @ 7:00pm

09/05/2012 - Neighbourhood Watch Program

28/02/2012  Town of Indian Head Waste Management Program - What Residents Should Know

18/01/2012  Indian Head Main Street Revitalization Unveils Capital Program