Office @ 33 1st Ave NW, Preeceville. Phone: 306-547-2029 Fax: 306-547-2081 Shop: 306-547-4615
Regular council meetings are held the second Monday of each month.
Preeceville RM History
The RM which is 100 years old was incorporated January 1, 1913 from Local Improvement District 334.
The original office was situated on Main Street where the Century house is currently located which burned down in 1946 and was rebuilt at that same location. The building was purchased and currently sitting on the property of Donald and Lisa Moekerk. The lot was traded with Mr. Grimsrud for the lot where the office currently sits. The current office was built in 1964.
In 1954 part of Local Improvement District 364 was taken into the municipality. Division boundaries changed at that time and have remained the same since.
The Municipality consists of 15 townships with 12 being populated, the balance being the Porcupine Provincial Forest. The Municipality is divided into six divisions with a councillor for each division. The current councillors are: Div. 1-Corwin Tonn, Div. 2-Darcy Rediger, Div. 3-Lawrence Hamilton, Div. 4 – Reg Strand, Div. 5 – Reg Yaremchuk and Div. 6 – James Bodnar.
There have been 13 Reeves since incorporation: A.H Kvern 1913-1914, Samuel Mitchell: 1915-1929, 1938-1947, Albert Phoenix: 1930-1931, 1934-1937, John Pakulak: 1932-1933, Franklin Carlson: 1948-1951, William Panasiewich: 1948-1951, Gerald Thorson: 1954-1956, Chas Mitchell: 1957-1982, Willie Mastrachuk: 1983-1990, David Sawkiw: 1991-1994, Earl Pottle:1995-2002, 2005-2010, Ernest Sawka: 2003-2004, Rick Pristie: 2010 to present.
There have been 6 Administrators since incorporation: W.A. Gillespie: 1913-1937, Ruth Homstol: 1937, G.D. MacMillan: 1937-1952, Peter Predy: 1952-1986, Lynn Larsen: 1987-2011, Lisa Peterson: 2011 to present.
The Municipal shop is located just south of Preeceville along Highway #47. There are five shop employees, a foreman, two grader operators and two seasonal employees.
There are approximately 500 miles of road in the RM which surrounds two towns (Preeceville & Sturgis), one village (Endeavour), three hamlets (Ketchen, Lady Lake & Usherville), two parks(Sturgis and Lady Lake Regional) and one small cottage development (Nelson Lake).
A Message from the Reeve
Come and visit us while enjoying our many lakes and Regional Parks. We are located on the east side of Saskatchewan against the Porcupine Forest and we are the "Headwaters of the Assiniboine River". If you enjoy canoeing, come and run the rapids north of Preeceville. This will be an adventure you will treasure for a life time! There are camping faclities at Lady Lake and Strugis Regional Pars for those who enjoy camping.
If you are looling for a place to relocate to, why not come and make this area your new home?
Some of the things we have are two schools from Kindergarten to Grade 12, a new $10 million upgrade to the hospital in Preeceville with Long Term CAre, Personal Care Homes, a new Community Hall in Sturgis, skating rinks, curling rinks and Senior Clubs, just to mention a few. We can also boast abot our large John Deere and Case dealerships along with a tractor and combine salvage yard. We are a conventional and organic grain farming community suppling food to the world markets.
For more information, contact our office at 306-547-2029
Reeve Rick Pristie
RM of Preeceville #334
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