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Welcome to Radville

Whether you are a former resident “coming home” to our webpage to see what’s new, or discovering Radville for the first time…. we extend a warm prairie welcome to you!



The Town of Radville would like to advise that they will be implementing an infrastructure surcharge of $8.00 per month for each residential and commercial user effective April 1, 2015.  This fee is to cover infrastructure requirements for upgrades to sewer lines and the lagoon.

The following are the 2014 Waterworks Financial Overview as well as the Drinking Water Quality and Compliance for 2014.



The community of Radville is in need of person(s) to offer child care services.  Interested persons are asked to contact the Town of Radville for more information.

Radville is currently seeking EMS staff.  If interested or for information on job requirements, please contact Leanna Wallin at 306-869-2900.

Are you interested in starting a new business in Town?  Did you know the Town offers a tax incentive program?  If you are interested please have a look at the attached Bylaw or call the Town Office.

2006-05 – BusTaxConcessions

In November 2014 a Citizen Survey was sent out as a mail drop to residents in the community.  These surveys were to be returned to the Town Office in December.  The Council of the Town of Radville would like to thank the residents who filled out the survey and returned to the Town Office.  24% of the surveys were returned.  Council used the information received to make plans for the coming year, and update the community action plan.  The attached is the cumulative result of the survey and comments received.

results-Citizen Satisfaction Survey-Town of Radville

We would like to remind our residents NOT to dispose of cooking oil or grease through the sewer system.  When a sewer line is blocked, it can cause a sewer back up into homes and cost thousands of dollars to fix.  This can be prevented by disposing oil or grease products into the garbage. 

Reminder to ATV operators  to take the shortest route when leaving and entering town limits.  Please slow down and respect pedestrians, vehicles and property.

Full serviced residential lots for sale in the new subdivision developed around the new Health Centre Facility.

Two lots remaining for sale in the commercial/industrial subdivision.

The Town Office has received many complaints regarding dogs running at large and excessive barking!  We ask that pet owners adhere to the Town Bylaw or fines will be issued.

Yesteryears II history book can be purchased at the Town Office for $65.00.