We are KELVINGTON
WHERE HOMETOWN PRIDE IS RAISED
Named after William Thomson, Lord Baron Kelvin of Largs, the town is surrounded by numerous lakes, including Fishing Lake, Greenwater Provincial Park and Round Lake. The scenic surroundings provide an abundance of recreational activities for every season, including golfing, swimming, fishing, hunting, camping, ice fishing, hockey, curling, cross country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter.
Several towns and cities are accessible from Kelvington, including Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert (all about 2 ½ to 3 hours away) and Yorkton (1 ½ hours).
We have pride in our people, our history and our surroundings. Come and travel to the "middle of everywhere" - we are right where you want to be!
May 22, 2018
Norman, Muriel & Grant Geck
We are honored to celebrate the lives of Norman, Muriel and Grant Geck with the first edition of the TOWN OF KELVINGTON’S HOMETOWN PRIDE honorees. The Town of Kelvington was truly humbled to announce the receipt of a generous bequeath from this family that supported and gave so much to this community in their living […]
We have a lot to be proud of in this community and at the top of that list is our PEOPLE!
Here’s your chance to nominate a person or group of people that you believe should be congratulated and acknowledged publicly as a source of our HOMETOWN PRIDE!
To submit your nomination, please email email@example.com (or drop off at the Town Office):
1) a photo
2) why you think the individual(s) are deserving
3) a short biography of their time and contributions to this community
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Transit Bus – Price Change
Please note effective April 1st 2022 the change in the Transit Bus prices. In town round trips will increase from $7.00 to $8.00. Out of town trips will increase from 0.60¢ to 0.65¢/km. Any questions please contact Jelaine Donald at 306-327-5260
Shirley Payne Awarded Volunteer Medal
“Shirley Payne retired and returned to her hometown, Kelvington, to spend more time with her family and community” says her nominator. “She is an independent woman, accomplished secretary, competent, ambitious, devoted, community-minded and charitable” Shirley’s community involvement includes the production of a local history book, assisting with the local Legion’s project “The Wall War Monument”, […]