Public Services

Tax Assessment

Property tax is determined by two things – the assessed value placed on the land and buildings (assessed by the Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency) and the mill rate determined by the Village Council.  Assessments are executed every four years and are subject to assessment appeal procedure.

*For information on the Village’s Housing Initiative – contact the Village Office.
>> Click here for the Tax Incentives for New Construction Bylaw

The Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (SAMA) manages the province’s property assessment system developed in consultation with municipalities, school districts, stakeholders and the provincial government,

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Loreburn receives its’ police protection through the RCMP detachment in Elbow, SK.  They employ three police officers and their patrol area includes the Villages of Elbow, Loreburn, Strongfield and Hawarden.  For more information, contact 306-854-1830.

Loreburn Fire Hall

Loreburn Fire Hall

Fire Department

The Loreburn Volunteer Fire Department consists of a Fire Chief and 10 volunteer fire fighters.  The Village operates a fire truck which is owned by the Village.  The volunteer firemen provide service 24 hours, seven days a week to Loreburn and district.  For more information, contact 306-230-2050.

Water Supply

The Village of Loreburn pipes its water from the Line 19 Water Pipeline Utility.  A certified water operator manages the villages’ water treatment system.

>> Water Security Agency: Drinking Water Quality and Compliance for the Village of Loreburn 2022 Annual Notice to consumers

Water Rates effective July 1, 2023 are:
$27/1000 gallons minimum 3000 gallons per quarter
$27/1000 gallons over the minimum per quarter
$33 per hookup infrastructure fee per quarter
$108 per hookup line 19 infrastructure fee per quarter

There is a $100 charge each for water connection and disconnection.

Sewage System

Sewage effluent is pumped from a double pump lift station to a three cell Lagoon.

Current Sewer Rates are: $15 per month

Waste Disposal

>> Waste Brochure

40 yard container site:  Located beside the Fire Hall and is completely fenced in and camera monitored.  This container is for use by the Village Residents only.  NO HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE ACCEPTED.

Cost:   $40 per half ton load (smaller items)
$10 per item *individual items

Examples include:
EACH APPLIANCE – (Note: Fridges and Freezers not accepted.  The Loreburn Transfer Station has a metal bin. Call the office to obtain a key.)

Hours of Operation: SATURDAYS 1 – 4 pm

3 yard container:  Located beside the Fire Hall.  Available for use by Village Residents only. Can be used during renovations, etc.  Charges are for the bin pickup fee plus the rental fee.

The Village uses Loraas Disposal for its garbage removal.  There is bi-weekly pickup on Tuesdays – Village of Loreburn Calendar CLICK HERE.

>> Loreburn – Waste and Recycle 2024 Collection Calendar

Current Residential Waste/Recycle Rates are: $25 per month

Transfer Station

The Village operates a Transfer Station for burnable lumber only.
A key is available at the Village Office on regular office days.


>> Single-Stream Guide – Outside of Saskatoon

The Village uses Loraas Disposal for its recycling removal.  There is bi-weekly Pickup on Tuesdays – CLICK HERE.

>> Loreburn 2023 – Collection Calendar

Current Residential Waste/Recycle Rates are: $25 per month


SaskPower provides electrical services.  For more information contact
1-888-757-6937 or visit

Natural Gas

SaskEnergy provides natural gas delivery.  For more information contact
1-800-567-8899 or visit

Telephone & Internet

SaskTel provides telephone and internet services.
Loreburn now has access to Sasktel High Speed Internet!
For more information contact 1-800-727-5835 or visit

Your Link also provides internet services in our area.
For more information contact 1-888-671-5465 or visit