Town of Asquith
Box 160
535 Main Street
Asquith, SK
S0K 0J0
Phone:  (306)329-4341  
Fax: (306)329-4969 

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Open until the Contract is Awarded

The Town of Asquith is looking for an Animal Control Officer to work on a contract basis. 
This individual would be good at working with animals, and would be in charge of catching dogs that are running at large.  This individual would recieve a contract fee per dog that is caught and transported to the kennels.  A dog crate and dog catching tools would be provided to the contractor.

Please contact the Town office at 306-329-4341 or stop in to find out more about this position.

Winter brings snow, and of course Spring means that there will be some spring runoff from the snow. As such, it is prudent for us all to start to prepare for a wet spring.

Those individuals who have had water seep into their basements or crawl spaces in the past are encouraged to shovel or snow blow the snow back from the perimeter of their house.  Those who feel they may be in need of a pump should be looking at securing one as soon as possible as these types of items become difficult to find during high demand times, such as during a spring flood.  There also may be some who will choose to utilize sandbags to protect their property.  Below is a list of where one can source pumps, sandbags and sand.


Graham Construction  230-4653

C.M. Specialty Rentals 244-2173

Handyman Rental Centre   933-3020

Hertz Equipment Rentals  242-5853

Home Depot Tool Rental  651-6251 (Circle)
                                                657-4106 (Clarence)

Primrose Lawn and Garden  933-4181
The Rent It Store   652-0101

United Rentals      374-3666

Westcon Equipment & Rentals  934-3646


Shippers Supply (Empty Bags Only)   242-6266

Sandbag Distributor - Brian Bain        384-6676
(Prefilled or Empty)

Jacobs Bag Corp.- Jacob Eisner      
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Flaman Industries- Tyson Becker


Graham Construction    230-4653

Rice Lake Sand and Gravel  329-4768

Allrock Hauling           933-1881

Inland Aggregates    374-9434

As of November 15, 2015, the Asquith Landfill officially closed.
Please plan accordingly for your waste disposal.

Saskatoon Landfill - Located on Valley Road, south of 11th Street
Hours of operation - Open seven days a week, with the exception of Christmas Day and New Year's Day
Winter Hours (October 13, 2015 - April 13, 2016)  7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Summer Hours (April 14, 2016- Mid October 2016) 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tipping fees and charges must be paid to use the landfill for more information,
please go to the City of Saskatoon website,

If you are planning to do a job such as a renovation that will involve a lot of waste and debris having to go to a landfill, you may want to explore contracting with Loraas to bring you a bin that you can fill up and that they will take away for a cost.  Loraas can be reached at (306)242-2300.

You can go to the Sask Waste Reduction Website
to find different businesses that will receive recyclables, oil, shingles, appliances, etc.
One business, BN Metals located at 1920 Quebec Avenue, accepts household appliances free of charge:
fridges, stoves, freezers, dishwashers, washers and dryers, furnaces, hot water heaters, microwaves,
air conditioners and toasters.  The drop off area is open 24/7 and is located in front of the building on the
North side.  BN Metals also takes batteries (automotive and miscellaneous), paper, cardboard, plastic (household), propane tanks, scrap metal and automobiles.

You can take shingles for recycling to All Rock Hauling for a nominal fee of $55 per tonne.  They are located at 140-71st St. West, Saskatoon.  They are open from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.

These are just two businesses that provide individuals with alternatives to a landfill.  Please explore the website to see other alternatives.

Our website includes some of the Town Bylaws that may be of interest to rate payers.  If there is a specific bylaw that you feel would be helpful for you to have online, please contact the Asquith Town Office at 329-4341.

April 14, 2010
Meeting time
Asquith Town Council
2nd Tuesday 7:00
Holly Cross
Recreation Committee 3 times a year
Gail Erhart
L.A.S. Community Council
1st Tuesday 6:30
Karen Gamble
Asquith Housing Authority
Crystal Haugrud
Royal Purple
2nd Wednesday 8:00
Carrie Latta
3rd Tuesday 7:30
2nd Tuesday 8:00
Tom Morrison
Legion Ladies Auxiliary
2nd Tuesday 8:00
Edith Morrison
 Prairie Sky Horse Club
 Nichole Beausoleil
Elks Club
2nd Tuesday 8:30
Gabe Brecht    
First Responders
Diane Haugrud
Home Care
Helena Peters
Hidden Hills Riding Club
Last Monday 7:30
Leeanne Omit
 Catherwood Beef and Sheep 4H
 Donna Asher
 Catherwood Multiple 4H Club
 Annaleigh Ficher
Minor Hockey
Kevin Rousell
Asquith Sports Centre (rink)
Andrea Ganchar
Minor Ball
Lori Lemon
Dana Grasby
Fencing Club
Doug Brecht
Spring - Fall
Brandi Magnus
Baptist Church *
Sunday - 11:00 am
Pastor Joshua Goetz
      * Sunday School (all ages)
Sunday - 9:45 am
      * Kids Club (Gr. K-Gr.2)
Wed. – 3:00 pm
      * Girls Club (Gr.3-Gr.6)
Wed. – 3:00 pm
      * Boys Club (Gr.3-Gr.6)
Tue. – 7:00 pm
      * Jr. High Youth Group
Calendar available
      * Sr. High Youth Group
Calendar available
United Church
Sunday-9:30 am
Darlene Warren
Catholic Church
Gabe Brecht
Baha’i Faith
Susan Pezderic
Better Life Recreation Association (BLRA) Seniors
2nd Tue 1:30
Marg Down
ZUMBA Fitness
 Mon & Thurs 7:30-8:30 p.m.
 Kendall Fawcett or
Faye Fawcett

The Town Office is located at 535 Main Street, Asquith, Saskatchewan and is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., closed on statuatory holidays.  Besides providing services to the public of a municipal nature, the Town Office is also a game and fishing license vendor.

Address:  Town of Asquith, Box 160, Asquith, SK S0K 0J0

Phone:  (306)329-4341   Fax: (306)329-4969  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Holly Cross, Chief Administrative Officer

Vintage pictures of Asquith can be seen at

The Town of Asquith offers a wide range of recreation, both in Town and in the surrounding area.  We have active groups and organizations that ensure that all age groups have a lot of choices when it comes to leisure and recreation.  We are also lucky to be in close proximity to the Oasis Golf Course in Perdue, a fifteen minute drive on Highway #14.  Eagle Creek Regional Park is also only a 20 minute drive away, and it offers beautiful amenities and a wide range of recreation possibilities.

For information regarding renting facilities at the Sportsgrounds, such as the riding arena, ball diamonds or the booth, please see the link at the left entitled Sportgrounds.

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