About Dalmeny

Dalmeny is located 12 mins northwest of Saskatoon. Our water is supplied by Sask Water from the City of Saskatoon along with Martensville and Warman. Dalmeny is a thriving young community of almost 1900 people. People move to Dalmeny because of the residential character – clean, quiet, safe, well laid out and full of friendly people.

Dalmeny has 2 schools (K-6 and 7-12) with a total of 500 students, business services, paved streets, churches, a newer arena and a wonderful sense of community spirit. Please look through our website to find out more of what Dalmeny has to offer!

Latest news:

Part-time Arena Attendant Wanted: Approx. 22/hrs a week -- Wednesday Evenings and Saturday - Sunday Days

Member-at-Large for Dalmeny Board of Police Commissioners
The Town of Dalmeny is seeking an interested individual for consideration as a Member-at-Large for the Dalmeny Board of Police Commissioners. Meetings are held once a month on Monday at 5:00 p.m. For more information please contact the Town Office.

Council Meetings. Regular Council Meetings start at 7:00pm.

11.3 November 23, 2015 Regular Council Meeting Agenda

Council’s action regarding Fortune Minerals.
Dalmeny Town Council passed the following motion at their meeting Monday, November 18, 2013:

Redekop/Wilson – “That Town Council respond to the Environmental Impact Statement by expressing concerns about pollution, contamination, mitigation & other factors not addressed completely in the Statement; that Town Council believes that any economic benefits to our community will be outweighed by the detrimental environmental impact aspect of this F.M processing facility, and therefore we recommend rejection of this proposal; that the CAO coordinate with the RM of Corman Park & Town of Langham to indicate the opposition to the project; and that a draft letter be brought back to the December 2/13 council meeting for approval”. Carried.

Council will work with the other two municipalities to coordinate submissions to the provincial government. Council also encourages individuals to send messages to the address in the Environmental Impact Statement document: environmental.assessment@gov.sk.ca. Please reference project number 2010-064 in subject line.

Residential Curbside Recycling
Calendar of Scheduled Pickups


With the holiday season approaching, all staff at Loraas are given the day off on Friday December 25th and Friday January 1st to spend time with their families. As a result your regular scheduled pickup will be rescheduled as follows:

    December 25th garbage pickup – will be done Saturday Dec 26th
    January 1st recycle pickup - will be done Saturday Jan 2nd

Please ensure your carts are out for 7am with the lid completely closed to guarantee collection.