The Town of Indian Head

On August 13th, 2021, the Town of Indian Head provided an updated on two ICIP Projects: Swimming Pool Renovation and Sunbeam Creek Walking Trail Revitalization.

 

Construction on the swimming pool project is expected to begin later this year. Work involves building a new outdoor swimming pool that will feature a lap pool, leisure pool, waterslide and beach entry area.

Under the ICIP program, the Government of Canada will be contributing up to $704,813 toward the swimming pool revitalization project, the Government of Saskatchewan will also be contributing up to $587,285. The Town of Indian Head is responsible for funding the remainder of the project. 

The second project, which is scheduled to begin in 2022, is the Sunbeam Creek Walking Trail Revitalization. Work to be done involves paving the two-kilometre trail to make it more accessible, adding more signage and installing lighting to make it safer and extending the usable hours. 

Under the ICIP program, the Government of Canada will be contributing up to $233,706 toward the Sunbeam Creek Walking Trail Revitalization, the Government of Saskatchewan will also be contributing up to $194,735. The Town of Indian Head is responsible for funding the remainder of the project.

MLA for Indian Head – Milestone, Don McMorris was quoted: “after challenges we’ve faced due to COVID-19, I’m proud of this investment into Indian Head. Both of these projects will provide families in Indian Head and area with a safe space to have some well-earned fun while also contributing to economic growth by providing job opportunities for youth in the community”.

Mayor Cole stated: “The Town of Indian Head is grateful for the opportunity to enhance our recreation facilities through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP).  We know how important recreation is for the physical and mental wellbeing of our citizens. This program will allow the Town to provide exceptional recreation facilities that are accessible for the residents of Indian Head and surrounding area to enjoy for many years to come.”

 

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