Town of La Ronge - Saskatchewan

Town of La Ronge Capital of Northern Saskatchewan


Town of La Ronge News & Events

Your Opinion Matters!
Your Opinion Matters!

Welcome to The Town of La Ronge website.

A vibrant town with a population of approximately 3,000 people located on the shores of Lac La Ronge, nestled next to Lac La Ronge Provincial Park (Nut Point) and apace to the beautiful Boreal Forest.

La Ronge is a municipality of progressive growth and vision. A northern leader in business, infrastructure and social services.

La Ronge is a centre of Educational and Health excellence. Great people and great recreational opportunities offer a welcoming and supportive environment for all. Whether you are here for a fresh start, business or simply visiting, La Ronge has something to offer you.

On behalf of the Town of La Ronge I welcome you to explore one of the world's best kept secrets and simply enjoy.


Mayor Thomas Sierzycki, B. Ed.



Message from the Mayor


On behalf of the Town La Ronge, I would like to send my deepest gratitude to all those who assisted our communities during the recent State of Emergency and Voluntary Evacuation.

From Wildfire Management to Northern Air Operations to the Red Cross, we thank all those who serve to protect our communities and to those who assist us when we are displaced.

We send our thoughts and prayers to all those who lost their homes and cabins. We stand behind you and offer our support as communities moving forward. Speaking to many of you, I feel your heavy hearts but share your optimism for the future.

It has been a pleasure working with Chief Tammy and the LLRIB, Councillor Dave Smallwood and Air Ronge and the various emergency and health organizations. A special thank-you to our EMO Vaughn Skogstad on an excellent and professional job well done.

Finally, to the residents of the Town of La Ronge, thank-you for your understanding and patience


Sample a couple videos taken in La Ronge: the Northern Lights and the Aerodome downtown, where float planes take off and land (via Youtube)

Northern Lights, La Ronge, SK : 

Float Plane Take-off, La Ronge, SK:

Site Navagation Tips:

Find news and information on events and activities happening in and around La Ronge by clicking the link below to our Event Calendar

Use the tabs above to find information on various departments and activities of the Town of La Ronge:

Visit the Town Hall tab for contact information by department, the schedule of Council meetings, Bylaws, previous minutes, various forms and taxation breakdown

Visit the Community Services tab where you will find information on Garbage Schedule & Regional Landfill hoursParks & Recreation including; rink schedules, swimming lessons, Freeze, Breeze 'n Wheeze Triathlon and more. Also, link to other regional services such as Fire/Rescue Services, Recycling, La Ronge Northern Community & School Coordinator Programs and Kidsport. 

Visit the Living tab for links to information on community groups, the community profile, transportation options, public notices, schools, and photo gallery.

Click on the Visiting tab for an introduction to our community and links to maps of the area and zoning regulations.


Event Calendar Public Notices Snow Removal Garbage Collection Program

Municpal Water Community Meeting (November 24th 2015) - Powerpoint Presentation Now Availabile On-line ... [ More ]

Low Water Pressure due to an isolated planned power outage (November 19th 2015) - Low water pressure may be experienced in the 'lower' Studer Street and Riese Drive areas for a few hours Thursday morning ... [ More ]

Public Notice - Garbage Pickup (November 12th 2015) - ... [ More ]

Remembrance Day Closure (November 11th 2015) - ... [ More ]

Community Workshop - Building Community Capacity (November 4th 2015) - ... [ More ]


Given the options presented at the Municipal Water Community Meeting, which of the following best describes your opinion:
  I'm OK with the current flat rate structure for unlimited water and sewer use & the rate increase
  I'm NOT OK with the current increase, the flat rate structure is fine, but something needs to change
  I'm in favour of a water meter system, it might cost more but those who use more should pay more
  I supply my own water/sewer, I do not want my taxes to continue to subsidize this so heavily
  I don't care