Moving to Rosetown
Planning to move to Rosetown? We welcome you to our community and have put together a list of resources to help you get settled and learn more about our amenities, services and ways to get involved.
Upon arrival, we recommend visiting the Town Office at 417 Main Street to pick up your welcome package and meet a friendly face. You can also use our contact form for any questions, or give us a call at 306-882-2214 during business hours.
Housing: Buy or rent a home or accommodations in Rosetown.
Short-term Stay: Consider one of our local hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts or campgrounds.
Getting here: The Saskatoon International Airport (YXE) is located approximately 120 km from Rosetown, or about an hour and fifteen-minute drive. We’re located at the junction between Highway 7 and Highway 4. Consider the highway conditions before you go.
Telephone, Internet and Cable: Local options for setting up telecommunication services.
Waste Collection: Find out when your household garbage, recycling and compost (organics) are picked up.
Drivers License: Moving from another province or new to Canada? There are many motor licence issuers in Rosetown, as well as an SGI Driver Exam Office (by appointment). Visit SGI online for details or contact SGI for details: 1-844-855-2744
Career Opportunities: Local employers often advertise job opportunities in the Rosetown Eagle as well as online on SaskJobs, Indeed and AgCareers, as well as their own organizations website. To browse opportunities with the Town Office, visit our Career Opportunities page.
Health Services: Rosetown is home to a wide range of health services, including a hospital, two doctors offices, a dental office, home care services, and a variety of other health practitioners including vision care, chiropractic, massage therapy and alternative medicine.
Education: Do you have school-aged children? Wondering about child care options? Rosetown has a variety of education options, from a day-care to public elementary and high school, as well as post-secondary.
Sports and Recreation: Join our active community! Learn more about Rosetown's hockey and curling rinks, trail and parks, soccer pitches, riding arena, fitness centre, outdoor pool, bowling alley-arcade facility, shooting range and the nine-hole golf course.
Business Community: With over 150 local businesses, you'll be able to find much of what you need right here in Rosetown. From restaurants to retail and so much more, browse our business directory.
Community Groups and Volunteering: Rosetown is a vibrant community that has a strong volunteer base, evident by the many service groups, clubs and organizations that come together to provide opportunities, activities and events. Browse the list and inquire with the groups you would like to get involved with.