Town of Grand Coulee

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Do you believe in Community!
We are hiring a Recreation & Community Engagement Coordinator.
Town Council decided it was time to find a person who would continue to lead the communities wellness and community activities.  If you know anyone, who enjoys working with others and committees, is outgoing, great at networking, have the computer skills along with social media marketing, and like to think out of the box, please share this employment opportunity with them. 
Just click on link for full job description: 
Skating Rink Temporarily Closed:
Due to the warm temperatures and the sunshine the rink is in rough shape and will be shut down until Friday at 6 p.m.
At the January 24, 2023, council meeting the first reading was motioned for:
  •   01-2023 Base Tax Bylaw
  •   02-2023 Mill Rate Bylaw
  •   03-2023 Mill Rate Factor Bylaw

 The second and third readings will be given at the February 14, 2023, meeting at the town hall.
 Residents are welcome to attend any and all Council meetings.

Please click on link for proposed bylaws:
Attention December 31, 2022 utility billing***************************************
Regarding over estimating of the December 2022 utility billing. The town administration is aware of the over estimating that may have affected some residents accounts. This will take it into consideration when we do our next utility billing for January 2023. Thank you for your patience.
Town Administration
Effective immediately the new hours for the rink shack and washrooms are as follows: Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the rink please call or email the office.


The skate shack and public washrooms temporary operating hours are Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Rural Break and Enters – Detachments in the Regina area

In the last few weeks there has been an increase in break and enters in the White Butte, Southey, Milestone, Lumsden and Moose Jaw Detachment.  These break and enters have occurred at all times of the day, with 8-9 am and 10 pm to 12 am being the most common times for ones in rural areas and the overnight hours in the towns and villages. 

In response to the increase in break and enters a task force has been created with the affected detachments and the Regina Police Service.  Extra patrols (both day and night) have been implemented to patrol the areas and stop vehicles in the area in order to bolster our presence.  Coordination with Regina Police will help identify target vehicles and information can be shared between both agencies in the event target vehicles are located.

I would ask that if ratepayers see anything suspicious, experience a break and enter, and/or have any video/security camera footage of suspicious activity to report it to the White Butte RCMP or their police of jurisdiction as soon as possible.  I would further direct ratepayers to NOT engage with these people and to call police from a safe distance.  The call takers will ask for a vehicle description and other information such as how many people did they see, clothing description and license plate information. 



Are you interested in joining the Grand Coulee Recreation Board! If you love your community and would like to help promote activities and health in your community then this is the opportunity for you! The Grand Coulee Recreation Board is currently looking to fill all board member positions. Please contact the town office to inquire at or call 306-352-8694.


Proposed Water Rate Bylaw changes

At December 13, 2022  Regular Meeting the proposed 9-2022 Water Rate Bylaw will be given second and third readings.

  • Changes proposed are to Section 3. a), b), & C 
  • Amended Infrastructure fee and Base rate in Schedule D 
  • And the removal of the Monthly Sewer Debt Fee 

Please click the link to see the proposed bylaw    9-2022 Water Rate Bylaw 




COVID-19 Information

Find out what steps the Town is taking to protect residents during the COVID-19 pandemic and get links to Provincial and Federal resources relating to the virus.

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About Us

Grand Coulee is a bedroom community located approximately 10 minutes west of Regina.  Due to its proximity to the City, Grand Coulee has become an ideal residential haven.  Grand Coulee prides itself in being extremely community orientated and “small town” friendly.

Grand Coulee has an elementary school, Stewart Nicks, that goes from K-8.  For more information on high school options please contact the Prairie Valley School Division.  As well, Grand Coulee is now offering Pre-School for children between the ages of 3-5.  In addition to the school, Grand Coulee also has its own United Church, which runs regular Sunday services.

The Recreation Board has taken a very active role in the community.  Their mission is to “provide a broad spectrum of sports, recreation and cultural activities for all people of Grand Coulee and surrounding area”.  They are constantly organizing events that involve the entire community and bring a sense of pride with it.

Please have a look at the website, take a drive out or phone to see if this is the right place for you.