Welcome to the Town of Dundurn ~~ "A Place to Grow "

Town of Dundurn, Saskatchewan, Land of the Living Skies

Dundurn is a community of 693 people (2011 Census), and we are unique in our location only 41 km South on Hwy 11 from Downtown Saskatoon. Dundurn is also located only 5 minutes from Blackstrap Provincial Park. There you will find boating, fishing, a great beach and picnic area and of course camping. If golfing is your pleasure, the greatly acclaimed Dakota Dunes Golf Course, Whitecap Casino and the proposed Whitecap Convention Centre are only 20 minutes across the local road. For a less challenging course, there is Pitts Golf Course, with grass greens, at Shields Town site, which is only 5 minutes away. Dundurn is also only 10 minutes south from the Saskatchewan International Raceway (SIR).

Dundurn boasts a minor hockey program, a figure skating program, recreational hockey, senior hockey, and the Blackstrap Soccer Association’s soccer program which is played on irrigated soccer fields. Culture and Arts also weaves its way into daily life here in Dundurn with the local museum and Communities in Bloom. We are proud to say that in our midst there are 11 local artists and writers as well.

If you reside within the boundaries of the Town of Dundurn, please call the administrative office at 306-492-2202 for inquiries regarding your property.  Office hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm – excluding statutory holidays. If you live in the R.M of Dundurn #314, please call 306-492-2132 for inquiries regarding your property.


Town of Dundurn’s newest neighbourhood

Sunshine Meadows – book your lot today!

Sunshine Meadows for Website


What’s Happening!!

Hula Hoop Classes & Workshop

2015 Mar hula workshop 1


Recycling News

Starting March 1 2014 each Town residence with current black bin waste pick-up will have a blue recycling cart delivered for single stream recycling.  This new service will replace the community recycling bins located by the Fire Hall.  Your residential waste pick-up will become a bi-weekly service, meaning black carts will be picked up one week and the blue bins will be picked up the next week. There will not be an increase to the current waste pick-up fees of $15.00 per month. A Loraas recycling brochure and pick up calendar will be sent to each household in February. Blue bins will be delivered by the end of February.

Loraas Residential Recycling – brochure

Dundurn Waste Collection Schedule 2014

Loraas Garbage/Recycling Town Bylaw 2013-12:

7. An occupier of a residential property garbage collection service must:

(a) store all garbage containers on the property to which they belong, and ensure that they do not encroach from such property, or project over any street, lane or other public place; and

(b) place all garbage containers in accordance with the following:

(i) be placed adjacent to, but not on the traveled portion of the roadway on collection day, and so that they do not endanger vehicle or pedestrian traffic or interfere with Town street cleaning or other equipment;

(ii) be placed for collection no earlier than 8:00 p.m. of the day before collection day and no later than 7:00 a.m. on collection day, and they must be returned to their storage location no later than 7:00 a.m. the next day.

8.  An occupier of a residential property garbage collection service who does not abide to Section 7(a) and 7(b)(i)(ii) shall be subject to the following fines and may have their service cancelled:

(a) First offence – $20.00

(b) Second offence – $50.00

(c) Third offence – cancellation of service

Dundurn Lost and Found

FOUND:  A GMC key was found in the alley way of Clark and Third Avenue. If you think this is yours, please call the Town Office at 306-492-2202 to identify.

FOUND: A Dodge key was found in the back alley around the Sports Centre area.  If you think this is yours, please call the Town Office at 306-492-2202 to identify.


Dundurn & District Recreation Board

The Dundurn & District Recreation Board requires two (2) members at large to be nominated and elected to the Recreation Board. You will sit with another four members at large and one Town and one RM representative. Duties of the Recreation Board members include:

  • attendance of regular monthly meetings (minimum of 10 per year);
  • serve on various committees;
  • represent the community in the areas of culture and recreation.

If you want to contribute to your community and have ideas along with the commitment to help implement and develop them, then please consider to be part of the team. You can pick-up and drop-off your nomination form at the Town Office.