Starting the week of September 25th Public works plans to start Fire Hydrant flushing. Flushing will take approximately 3 weeks to complete.
In areas where fire hydrants are flushed, residents may notice a temporary discoloration of water and/or a temporary reduction in water pressure. The discoloration is not harmful and can be resolved by running cold water through a faucet until any sediment is flushed out.
A Norquay committee has completed a project to place banners honouring local veterans on lightposts on Main Street every fall.
Read, view or download the veterans' banner guide with information about each veteran.
Welcome to the Town of Norquay website.
The information on this website was obtained from the latest public information available, but we recognize that there may have been changes and that information needs to be updated.
If you have more recent information than what you see here, please contact the Town Office by clicking the round green and white message icon at the bottom right of every page.
Are you a club, organization or business hosting an event of interest to our community and visitors?
Let us know so we can add your event to our Community Calendar and let people know what's happening in Norquay.
To submit an event, email the Town Office with the name of the event, date(s), time(s), location, a general description, and contact information where interested people can get more information.
A small community nestled between the upper reaches of Saskatchewan’s Parkland region
and the northern expanse of forest and wilderness -- that's Norquay.
Agriculture is the base of the local economy, and being situated between the headwaters of the Assiniboine and Swan River systems allows the land surrounding Norquay to be rich and fertile.
Norquay is a beautiful community, rich with its culture, nature and people. It has a lot to
offer everyone! From those just visiting family to those interested in setting up a business in the area, we will always do our best to make you feel welcome.
As we say, “Come for the Landscape... Stay for the Lifestyle”