Town of La Ronge - Saskatchewan




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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.

The Northern Town of La Ronge closely neighbours two other communities, the Northern Village of Air Ronge and the Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB) . The three communities work in co-operation for a variety of regional services and residents benefit from the cross-use of facilities and the diversity of businesses within close proximity.

There are many activities and organizations in and around La Ronge that offer great opportunities to stay fit, socialize, and/or volunteer. Visit our Community Groups page for additional information.

We are home to the La Ronge Ice Wolves SJHL hockey team, many community parks, a great variety of food, a sandy beach right down town and can boast the convenience of being close to campgrounds, hiking trails, golf courses, and of course, world class fishing lakes!

A wonderful place to live and visit any time of the year!

Be sure to visit our Event Calendar to see the events in La Ronge and the surrounding communities of Air Ronge and LLRIB. (If you have an event to promote, be sure to submit it with the link at the top of the Calendar!)

Visit this link to view maps of the Town and neighbouring communities: Maps


La Ronge Hotel & Suites
1120 La Ronge Ave
Phone: (306)425-2190

Waterbase Inn
303 La Ronge Ave.
Phone: (306) 425-5550

Harbour Inn
1327 La Ronge Ave.
Phone: (306)425-3262

Northland Hotel
908 La Ronge Ave.
Phone: (306) 425-2323

Drifters Motel
115 Hwy 2 South
Phone: (306)425-2224


Eagle Point Resort (Eagle Point)
Hwy 2 North
Phone: (306)425-2273

Check out the youtube video of Houseboating on Lac La Ronge:

Riverside Motel (AIR RONGE)
Hwy 2 S.
Phone: (306) 425-2150



The Community Grant Program is made possible by the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation

The Members Initiative Grant was made possible by the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation as well as the SPRA - Saskatchewan Parks & Recreation Association.

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 ]

Poll rating results

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 50%
  I'm NOT OK with the current increase, the flat rate structure is fine, but something needs to change 0%
  I'm in favour of a water meter system, it might cost more but those who use more should pay more 50%
  I supply my own water/sewer, I do not want my taxes to continue to subsidize this so heavily 0%
  I don't care 0%

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