We’re at the junction of Highways 13, 33, & 47 in Saskatchewan, Canada – and this placement has given us the name The Crossroads of Friendship.
This is your invitation to COME SPEND A DAY WITH US and experience rural Saskatchewan for yourself!
Found on Main Street: Orange & white long haired tabby. He is neutered and estimated to be about 5 years old. Please call Stoughton Veterinary Clinic at 306-457-3133 for more information.
The Town of Stoughton has 5 Lots for Sale on Sidney Avenue for $45,000 each. They are 69′ x 100′. For more information please contact the Town Office or view our Terms of Sale.
Canada Day Celebration
Taylor Memorial Park
Join us in Taylor Memorial Park for games, entertainment and a barbecue
Starting time 4:30
Featured entertainment by Caragana Ramblers whose performance last year was appreciated by all in attendance
Dusk – Fireworks Display
In case of rain the backup location is the Legion Hall
Co-sponsored by the Town of Stoughton & R.M. of Tecumseh
Congratulations to former Stoughton resident Valerie Creighton on receiving the Saskatchewan Order of Merit in recognition of her extensive career in the Arts.
Chamber of Commerce Award winners: Business of the Year – Herr Kutz, Volunteer of the Year – the cast and crew of the dinner theatre production. Congratulations on these well-deserved awards.
Bouquet to Jerry Clark, Dale Fowlow, Gerry Figler and George Goudy for their time and efforts in improving and refurbishing the ‘Richardson’ sign at the Sullivan Street entrance to the town. Well done!
Swimming Pool is scheduled to open on June 27. Check back for updates or see the Stoughton Swimming Pool Facebook page.
Calling all Princes and Princess for an afternoon of crafts and goodies at the Royal-T-Tea at the Museum on Sunday, June 26 at 2pm.
SAK Attack – Stoughton is participating in a clean up competition with Arcola and Kisbey and we need your help! On June 22 a group of judges will be evaluating all three towns and determining a winner. You can help by ensuring that grass, trees and shrubs are trimmed, debris and unlicensed vehicles are removed from yards, and your property is neat and aesthetically pleasing.
Starting June 1st the Museum will be open Monday to Friday from 9am – 4pm, closed from 12 – 1 for lunch. There is no admission fee but donations are greatly appreciated.
Dinner Theatre: Readings will take place on Wednesday, June 15 at 7pm at the Poplar Tree Inn meeting room. If interested in participating as a cast or crew member please contact Danielle Hoffman at 306-457-7651.
Stoughton Daze will be July 8 – 10.
A weekend of entertainment for hte whole family including a golf tournament, parade, kids games, softball, horse show, band and color run fundraiser!
A new feature this year will be a Farmers’ Market.
Check back here or see posters around town for full event details as they are confirmed.
Taylor Park is enjoyed by many resident and visitors of all ages. The “Friends of Taylor Park” have worked hard to make the park more functional and attractive. Please note that the park was not designed to be a latrine for pets. We ask that owners clean up after their dogs for health and aesthetic reasons.
Dealing with Caterpillars: The weather this year has been favorable for both tent caterpillars and cankerworms and infestations are being noticed throughout town. As well as being a nuisance, they can cause severe damage to the trees they live in. Banding is the most effective way to stop them from infesting a tree. Once an infestation has occurred, trimming and burning the branches and worms may solve the problem or trees may be sprayed with insecticides such as DiPel or BTK. Click for more information on Tent Caterpillers or Cankerworms.
Public Works will be spraying public areas with PAR3, a herbicide, over the next couple of weeks. These areas will be marked with signs as they are sprayed. Please stay off the grass in these areas until the chemical has completed dried.
Landfill summer hours are Tuesday 10am – 1pm, Thursday 4:30-7:30pm, and Saturday 11am – 2pm.
Stoughton School Reunion will soon be here! Here is the link to the 2016 School Reunion site for “Who’s Coming”
Stoughton painting for sale: we have been contacted by someone wishing to sell an original watercolor painting. The size is 11″ x 14″ double matted. They are asked $130.00 plus $13.00 postage. If you are interested in purchasing this painting please contact our office and we will connect you with the seller. Please note that the attached image is a copy and doesn’t accurate show all details.
Public Works is in the process of replacing water meters throughout town. Residents will be contacted to make appointments for the work to be done. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
2017 is a re-assessment year. SAMA staff will be carrying out this procedure. SAMA conducts revaluations on a four year cycle. 2013 was the year of the last revaluation and the 2017 revaluation will see assessed values upgraded to reflect a new base date of January 1, 2015.
PROCEDURE: Please do not call the town crew to ask how long a water shut-off will last or when your street will be plowed. Answering the phone only ensures that the work will take longer. Inquiries should be directed to the Town Office. Information on shut-offs can also be found on our website or facebook page.
2016 Animal Licenses: are now available at the Town Office. License fees are $20 per animal. Any person who fails to purchase an animal license shall be liable to a penalty of $60 as stated in Bylaw 380-10.
Stoughton Public Library is looking for people to do after school children’s crafts on Wednesday or Thursday’s at 3:30. Volunteer for one day or many, whatever fits your schedule. Craft supplies provided, come with your own ideas or use one of ours. Call Laura at 306-457-2484 for more information.
We are now on Facebook! Follow us to receive immediate notification of service disruptions or upcoming events.
We are looking for pictures of Stoughton & District Golf Course for promotional materials, preferably containing golfers in action. If you have any pictures please contact the Town Office or email them to email@example.com
Disposal Bins – Please remember that the following items should not be put into any bins: Appliances, animal carcasses, chemicals, tires, treated wood, paint cans, batteries, hazardous materials, compressed cylinders (propane, etc). Placing these materials in the containers may result in additional fees.