The Government of Saskatchewan is opening regional flood recovery centres to provide onsite access to information, programs and services for those affected by recent flooding events in the province.  Anyone who is experiencing any flood issues is welcome to come to the Centres including residents, small businesses, agricultural operations, communal organizations, nonprofit organizations, parks and communities in general.

Centres will open in Carnduff, Moosomin, Grenfell, Esterhazy, Balcarres, and Yorkton.

Learn more about the flood recovery centres.

Highway Hotline

Find information on highway conditions, closures, construction, ferry and border crossings below.

Please Note: For the best experience, use a modern browser such as Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer (version 9 or better). Internet Explorer 8 will also work, but the maps may not display properly. We're continually working to improve the highway hotline and invite you to provide feedback at any time.

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1. Mobile Website

Get information on your preferred mobile device.  Updates may be viewed by either clicking on a specific segment of a map, or by viewing text report updates for highway conditions and ferry crossings.

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2. Phone

 
Each of the telephone options will give you province-wide information:

Saskatoon and area residents 
 
(306) 933-8333
 
Regina and area residents
 
(306) 787-7623
 
SaskTel cell network
 
dial *ROAD (*7623)
 
Toll-free across Canada
 
1-888-335-7623
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3. Low Bandwidth Map

Don’t have a high-speed internet connection? Use our low-bandwidth map to find out what road conditions are like in your area.

Why use this map?

This map will load a lot faster for you than the high-bandwidth map, and is a good option if you rely on dial-up Internet service, or want to access the Internet using public WiFi.

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4. High Bandwidth Map

Use our high-bandwidth version for the most detailed map view. You may also choose to see map overlay details for the following:

  • National/provincial parks
  • Location of highway cameras
  • Location of Canadian border crossings
  • Location of Saskatchewan ferry crossings
  • Location of highway construction sites
  • Weather details for a specific area of the province

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5. Highway Cameras

Choose one of four provincial highway cameras to see what actual road conditions are like. The images reload every 30 seconds. You may need to click your refresh button, if the image does not fully load right away.

  • Highway 2 near Weyakwin between La Ronge and Prince Albert
  • Highway 3 near Paradise Hill, northeast of Lloydminster
  • Highway 11 south of Dundurn (Blackstrap) between Saskatoon and Regina
  • Highway 11 at Davidson between Saskatoon and Regina