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CITY GUIDE
Estevan, Saskatchewan

Estevan is located in the southeast corner of Saskatchewan, near the communities of Torquay, Macoun, Benson, and Bienfait. More than 11,000 people call Estevan home, and the community spans 18.85 square kilometres.

The city is situated very close to the Canada/U.S. border and has multiple highways running through it, including Highways 18, 39 (running to the east and west respectively), and 47 (crossing into the U.S.).

A number of small lakes and streams can be found near Estevan, as can the Souris River.

Estevan is known as “The Energy City” due to its predominantly energy-related economy. The city’s settlement can be traced back to the expansion of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the area.

KEY FACTS:

Estevan, Saskatchewan

Estevan, Saskatchewan
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Saskatchewan

  • Population: 11,054

  • Area: 18.85 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

Residential areas, churches, a hospital, schools, parks, shops, accommodations, service providers, restaurants, Highway 47, and small lakes and ponds can be found in the city’s northern section.

Estevan’s central section includes residential areas, a leisure centre, restaurants, churches, service providers, shops, a post office, accommodations, schools, government offices, a skateboard park, an arena, a mall, and a college campus.

In the southern section of the city, there are residential areas, an RCMP office, shops, accommodations, churches, restaurants, service providers, a museum, an art gallery, schools, and an industrial area.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Souris Valley Museum focuses on human development and daily life in southeast Saskatchewan. It provides information on social and cultural influences in the region, as well as the economic development here. Exhibits include artifacts, documents, and photographs that help to tell the story of life in this area. Indoor exhibits include vehicles, a general store, a bank, a post office, a kitchen, a bedroom, and a stable, while outdoor exhibits include an outhouse, a schoolhouse, farming equipment, and mining equipment. The museum holds a number of programs and events throughout the year, such as school programs, cookouts, and a pioneer day.

Woodlawn Regional Park offers camping, fishing, canoeing, and boating along the Souris River just outside of Estevan. Camping options include tenting and RVs. Features of the park include a boat launch, several small recreational areas, a sports field and stadium, serviced campsites, a beach area, restroom facilities, community halls, hiking trails, and a beach volleyball court. A second park site operated by Woodlawn Regional Park is Boundary Dam, which has campsites, a boat launch, and a beach area. Boundary Dam is the only place in the province where you can fish for big mouth bass.

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

Estevan’s key industries include oil and gas, mining, power generation, agriculture, retail, and services. Numerous oil wells are located around Estevan, and many residents are employed in the oil and gas exploration and production industry. Coal mining is also an important economic contributor, with a large coal mining company operating in the Estevan area that produces approximately 8 million tonnes a year. Two coal-fired power stations are located in the region and provide employment for many residents.

Estevan’s economic development department provides many resources, supports, and networking opportunities for local businesses and those looking to invest in the community.

economy

Real Estate Market

In the northern section of Estevan, there is a mix of older and newer single-family homes with low- to mid-range price points. Large industrial commercial properties can also be found here, along with pricey vacant land along the edges of the city. Condos provide a more affordable homeownership option.

Older single-family homes and newer condo options make up the majority of real estate in the central section of the city. There are also some newer, more expensive single-family homes in certain areas here. Vacant land is expensive here, and commercial space comes at a range of prices.

Estevan’s southern section has mobile home options, older and newer single-family homes, industrial commercial property, and numerous vacant lots to choose from.

Real Estate Market
Education

Education

Schools in Estevan include Estevan Comprehensive School, Hillcrest Elementary School, Pleasantdale School, Spruce Ridge School, and St. Mary’s School. Other options can be found in nearby communities and include Sacred Heart School, Westview Elementary School, South East Christian Academy, St. John’s School, and Weldon School.

Estevan’s only post-secondary option is Southeast College, which offers programs in trades, safety, healthcare, agriculture, business, technology, truck driver training, English as a second language, and general interest courses. Other options can be found in the city of Regina, located northwest of Estevan.

Education