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CITY GUIDE
Warman, Saskatchewan

Located in the southern portion of the province, Warman has a population of over 11,000 people.

The city covers 13.05 square kilometres just north of Saskatoon and is bordered by Highway 305 to the north and the Louis Riel Trail to the east.

It is situated near the communities of Martensville, Osler, Neuhorst, and Aberdeen.

Warman is the fastest growing municipality in the country, according to the 2016 census, and is the newest city in Saskatchewan, having been officially incorporated in 2012.

KEY FACTS:

Warman, Saskatchewan

Warman, Saskatchewan
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Saskatchewan

  • Population: 11,020

  • Area: 13.05 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

The northern section of Warman is almost entirely residential, with the exception of a pocket of commercial space in the southwestern area, which includes restaurants, shops, and service providers. The Legends Golf Club can also be found here, in the eastern area.

A number of parks are scattered throughout the residential areas in the central section of the city. There are also recreation centres, schools, churches, the fire department, a few ponds, a care home, and a commercial section in the southern portion, with restaurants, service providers, and shops.

A commercial area along the northern area in the southern section of the city offers restaurants, shops, and service providers. This section also has residential areas, schools, a college campus, an arena, churches, a cemetery, and a few parks.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Legends Golf Club includes an 18-hole course, a driving range, a pro shop, and an onsite restaurant. The club offers golfing lessons, tournaments, leagues, and events, and has a variety of membership options to suit most budgets and golfing needs. The Legends Centre is a recreational facility that has an indoor ice rink, two gymnasiums, dressing rooms, a first aid room, multipurpose rooms, and boardrooms. The rink is used for hockey, ice skating, speed skating, ringette, and it has public skate times. Other activities at the centre include volleyball, basketball, badminton, and indoor soccer.

Warman has a number of parks, including Prairie Oasis Park, which offers two play structures, a walking path, a pond, benches, greenspace, and ball diamonds; R.J. Gidluck Park, with a football field, a playground, a toboggan hill (winter use), and a walking path; Centennial Park, which has picnic tables, benches, and a playground; Lions Park, with a spray park, benches, picnic tables, a playground, and a gazebo; and the Warman Off Leash Dog Park, featuring 12 acres of greenspace for dogs, walking paths, doggie bag/bag disposal stations, and a small beach area on a pond.

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

Major industries in Warman include construction, real estate, agriculture, transportation, healthcare, professional services, and retail. The construction and real estate sectors draw on the ongoing growth of the community, as new developments are built and houses are sold. The majority of businesses operating in the city are small and locally owned, and have fewer than 20 employees each.

The City of Warman has an Economic Development Department that works to attract new businesses and investments to the community, assist with marketing and branding, help with business startups, support growth in the community, and assist with site selection.

economy

Real Estate Market

Newly built, mid-priced single-family homes are common in the northern section of Warman. There are also some larger, luxury-style homes located near the golf course that come at a higher price. Vacant land is also available in this section.

The central section also features newer-built, mid- to high-priced single-family homes, as well as newer-built condo options that tend to be slightly more affordable. Vacant land can also be found here for reasonable prices.

The southern section of Warman is where most of the city’s older single-family homes can be found. These tend to be more affordable than the newer-built homes located in the northern and central sections. They also are often found on larger lots than are many of the newer homes in the city.

Real Estate Market
Education

Education

Schools in Warman include Warman High School, Warman Community Middle School, Warman Elementary, Traditions Elementary School, and Holy Trinity Catholic School. Other schooling options are available in nearby communities and include Martensville High School, Venture Heights Elementary School, Holy Mary Catholic School, Lake Vista Public School, and Valley Manor Elementary School.

Warman’s only post-secondary option is Great Plains College (Warman Campus), which offers programs in business administration, healthcare and social services, trades and power engineering, and university preparation courses. Other options can be found in nearby Saskatoon.

Education