Come for a Visit, Stay for a Lifetime

Broadview is an inexpensive and safe place to raise a family, retire, or start a new business venture.

The Town's infrastructure can easily handle significant population growth.

We are protected by a 13 member R.C.M.P. Detachment, and have a very well run volunteer Fire Department. We also boast some of the best Health Care Services you'll find anywhere in rural Saskatchewan. There are many recreational facilities and activities to choose from for your enjoyment.

We are a progressive community with a great history and lots of potential for the future. So, please browse through our website and visit our town to decide if this is the place for you. We think it is.


Garden refuse pick up

Starting May 8th, 2018 And Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday

  •  Material for collection should be placed in the alley
  • yard waste(grass clippings, leave etc) should be in CLEAR plastic bags
  • garden refuse should be bundled, tied, or bagged
  • branches should be piled neatly in the same direction

A fee may be charged for excessive quantities 

You will be notified if this applies before the material is transported

Trickle water advisory
Update as of May 22,2018 this is still in effect

Until further notice, the Town of Broadview is on a trickle water advisory. The Town of Broadview is asking residents to allow a small stream of water, the size of the tip of a pen, to run from a tap to help prevent the service lines to properties from freezing.

With little snow cover to provide insulation from the freezing temperatures the frost is penetrating deeper than normal and has already caused a couple of service lines to freeze. 

Water/sewer billing will be adjusted so that property owners are not charged for the additional consumption of water during the time of trickle water advisory.

The Town of Broadview thanks all property owners for their cooperation.

Parking restrictions

No person shall park a vehicle on any street at one place for any period of time exceeding twenty-four (24) consecutive hours.

No person shall park a vehicle on 5th or 6th Ave for a period exceeding two(2) consecutive hours.

 No Person shall park any truck with a manufacturer’s rated capacity in excess of 5,500 kgs on any street in town.

No person shall park a vehicle on any portion of a boulevard or on any sidewalk or curb crossing.