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Maps for Municipalities

Community planning maps, rural municipal boundary maps and interactive maps on municipal population, expenditures, revenues, grants, assessment values, reserves, debt and uncollected revenues.

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1. Community Planning Maps

Maps of Community Planning Branch regions, municipalities with community plans, zoning bylaws and subdivision approvals.
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2. Rural Municipality Boundaries

Includes RM boundary maps, Northern Saskatchewan Administration District map and a map which has provincial, municipal and park boundaries as well as lake and water courses.

If you are looking for a Rural Municipality Map, you will need to contact the RM directly.  Contact information for Saskatchewan RMs can be found in our online Municipal Directory.

For a Saskatchewan Rural Municipality Boundary Map, you can contact Information Services.   

For a Grid Road Map - contact Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM). 


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3. SaskMuniMaps

SaskMuniMaps is an interactive mapping system that provides municipal information in map and tabular form on population, expenditures, revenues, grants, assessment values, reserves, debt and uncollected revenues for the years 2002 to 2012.  The financial data is from the municipal financial statements submitted to the ministry each year.  The population statistics are from the 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2011 Census.  The maps can be used as a resource and to compare municipalities.
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4. Water & Sewer Cost for Saskatchewan Communities

Municipal water and sewer costs are based on the average household monthly usage of 7,000 imperial gallons of water (31.82 cubic metres.)

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