SaskWater is Saskatchewan's commercial Crown water utility, helping communities, First Nations and industry gain access to reliable and professional water and wastewater services.
Headquartered in Moose Jaw, SaskWater employs approximately 115 people (permanent full-time, part-time and temporary) in 15 operating locations.
SaskWater provides service to 63 communities, seven rural municipalities, 81 rural pipeline groups, 15 industrial and approximately 236 commercial and end user customers.
The corporation owns eight water treatment plants, three wastewater facilities, 39 pump stations and approximately 862 km of pipeline. SaskWater also maintains customer-owned systems and provides operator training to 41 Saskatchewan First Nations communities.
Quality drinking water is the foundation for a vibrant community and assures residents' health and well-being. Communities contracting their water supply services from SaskWater can be assured that their drinking water is safe and healthy for personal use, is reliable in quality and quantity and will meet the community's needs now and into the future.
Our Vision is to be Saskatchewan's water and wastewater utility of choice.
Our Mission is to provide reliable and professional water and wastewater services for Saskatchewan.
Integrity - We are committed to act with respect, honesty and fairness.
Professionalism - We provide quality services and expertise, and we are accountable for our actions
Sense of Community - We support our customers, employees, the environment, and communities where we live and work.
Innovation - We pursue continuous improvement and innovative solutions.
SaskWater was re-mandated on October 1, 2002 with the proclamation of The Saskatchewan Water Corporation Act (2002). Through this Act, SaskWater became a self-supporting, commercial Crown corporation.