Welcome to the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake's website!

Meadow Lake is located south of the beautiful Meadow Lake Provincial Park in the northwestern arable portion of Saskatchewan. The Municipality spans approximately 60 miles east to west and 70 miles north to south. Our Southern boundary is located just north of "Moose Country" on Highway #4 and extends to the Meadow Lake Provincial Park.

The RM #588 prides itself in several industrial sites such as the Meadow Lake OSB Mill, NorSask Forest Products, the Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp mill as well as numerous small businesses including farming and ranching.

We hope you will find information you need about our bylaws, building permit information, council meeting minutes, custom work forms and so much more.

This site is just another way to provide service to residents, businesses and visitors of the R.M. of Meadow Lake. Perhaps you would like to see something included on our site. Feel free to contact us at the Contact section.

Mission Statement

The mission of the RM of Meadow Lake is to maintain and enhance the economic, cultural and social wellbeing of our ratepayers. We strive to accomplish our mission by providing services to the public which cannot feasibly be achieved individually for the benefit of the public as a whole.

Map of the R.M.



Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 9am - 4:30 pm, open through lunch.

Public Notices


April 06, 2023 - The Computer System at  RM Office will be down for the day due to maintenance.

AUDIT: The 2022 Financial Audit is scheduled to start March 08, 2023.

BUDGET: The Budget should be close to completion by the next meeting in April 2023.

BYELECTION - REEVE: The Call for Nominations will be published March 30 and April 06, 2023, leading up to the actual Nomination Day on April 26, 2023. The Advance Poll will be sometime after May 16, 2023. Election Day will be May 31, 2023.

CULVERT REPLACEMENT: The final design for the two major culverts that were washed out last year should be completed shortly and tenders will be drafted. The cost is expected to be in excess of two million dollars, with approximately 80% coverage by the Provincial Disaster and Assistance Program.

 Prairie Watershed Climate Program 

Rialto Road is currently closed, solutions to restore the road are currently within the engineering process.    

Want your tax notice emailed to you?

If you fill out and return the consent form below, the RM can send you your tax notice, assessments, AND receipts digitally from that point on. You can withdraw at any time.

Email Consent Form 

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