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Come experience the pleasure of raising a family where the people are friendly, the air is clean, the space is abundant, and the skies are a different color every day.

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Rouleau and area take an active role volunteering time in the daily operation of many community facilities. Click the links below for more info.

-K-12 School
-Skating Arena
-Curling Rink
-Community Hall
-Drop In Centre
-Post Office
-Community Cable -Sports Park
Low local operating costs, in addition to the close proximity to the cities of Regina and Moose Jaw, make Rouleau a great location for any business venture.

Whether you need a gallon of milk, or a prefabricated ready-to-move home, Rouleau has just about everything you need!

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-Job Postings (NEW)
Rouleau is proud to offer many activities for children to our senior citizens. For more facility info, please click the links below.

-Club Volleyball
-School Council
-Royal Cdn. Legion
-Community Players
-Figure Skating
Rouleau Spray
  Park Initiative
Exercise Groups
-Art Groups
For a list of upcoming events, please see our community calendar by clicking on the link below.

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Loraas Disposal Garbage and Recycling Collection Calendar

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2016 Municipal Election

On Thursday September 22, 2016 at 4:p.m. was the deadline for withdrawing of nomination papers for the election of Mayor and 6 councillors for the Town of Rouleau. No withdrawals were received.

The candidates are now as follows:

  • Grant Clarke
  • Kurt Lenton

  • Councillors: (in alphabetical order)
  • Brown, Aaron
  • Hansen, Alan
  • Horan, Ashley
  • Rumford, Linda
  • Sali, Phyllis
  • Weafer, Jeff
  • Westgard, Pete

  • Election Day is October 26th. The advance poll will be held on October 19th, 2016 from 4:p.m. until 8:p.m. at the Rouleau Community Hall at 111 Main Street. On Election Day and at the Advance Poll a Voter must provide identification.
  • one piece of government issued photo ID or,
  • two pieces of ID from the list provided in Table 1 of Appendix D of the Regulations.

  • The first meeting of council following the election is at the call of the C.A.O. and will be held in November. It is at this meeting that the new council take their oaths of office and are sworn in.

    A note to the candidates: There are rules regarding campaigning. Please contact the Town Office prior to putting any posters up or sending out any flyers etc.. if you are planning to do so.

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