Remote MonitoringRoam is a new service that provides continuous monitoring of water and wastewater facilities and distribution systems in Saskatchewan communities.
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Information on the Buffalo Pound Non-Potable Water Supply System - East (Yancoal) Feasibility StudySaskWater is conducting a feasibility study to develop a pipeline to supply non-potable water to a proposed potash mine near Southey, Saskatchewan. Read More »
SERVICE BULLETIN & PRECAUTIONARY DRINKING WATER ADVISORY: BUFFALO POUND POTABLE WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMRead More »
SPAM EMAIL ALERT: Downloading InvoicesRead More »
Fraudulent Email Contains SaskWater Logo
SaskWater officials are calling attention today to a recently circulated spam email falsely bearing the SaskWater logo. �The email should be deleted immediately,� said Paul Mayson, Manager of IT Services for SaskWater, noting this message was not sent by SaskWater, and as with any fraudulent email, the source is not to be trusted.… Read More »
SaskWater Tables 2015-16 Annual Report
SaskWater tabled its 2015-16 annual report with the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly Clerks office today. Titled Your Partner in Water: Building Infrastructure, the annual report provides an overview of the year's activities and delivers the Crown corporation's financial statements.… Read More »
SaskWater's Roam featured in Urban Voice magazine
Check out a story about our new line of business, Roam, in SUMA's Urban Voice magazine.… Read More »
Providing safe, reliable water and wastewater services to Saskatchewan
Staff dedication to quality control ensures customers receive safe, quality water.
Strong working relationships with regulatory and other government agencies, consultants and contractors enable SaskWater to provide timely and efficient services to customers.
SaskWater's Community Investment program supports Saskatchewan communities through sponsorships and donations.
Staff's technical expertise helps determine the most cost-effective solutions for customers' water and wastewater services.
Investment in asset renewal, asset management, staff training and remote monitoring increases corporate efficiencies and quality service.
Access to knowledge and innovation exchange networks and a commitment to pilot innovative new ideas and technologies.
Questions about your water service
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City of Saskatoon: (306) 975-2400
City of Regina: (306) 777-7000
City of Moose Jaw: (306) 694-4400
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