Lashburn Saskatchewan     |     (306) 285 3533
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Town Info

  • Population: 967
  • Situated on Yellowhead Highway 16
  • 32 Kilometers from Lloydminster
  • 95 kilometers from North Battleford
  • Economic Base: Oil and Agriculture
    • Our golf course is an excellent facility with many repeat customers traveling some distances to use.  Grass greens, treed and hilly, it features a trout pond, clubhouse, and campground.
    • In August, Lashburn is home to the Annual Brad Phipps Memorial Bull Riding competition.  The event attract first rate participants and spectators from the mid west region.
    • In 2001, Lashburn hosted the Midget Girls Canadian Fastball Championships.  Participants and spectators were impressed with the facilities and ability of a small town to make the championship most enjoyable.
    • Lashburn has several impressive green spaces.  Heritage Park, which surrounds the 1927 High School Heritage Building, consists of a playground, soccer field, outdoor arena.  Local artists have painted two murals on both sides of the front steps commemorating the Barr Colonist anniversary celebration.  The Communities in Bloom Committee has also leased several parcels of land from the Department of Highways to create new green spaces.  The CIB Committee has developed a Dry Creek Park, a Centennial Park at the end of Main Street which features a statute celebrating the Barr Colonists, and a mini park that features the Town of Lashburn sign on the east side of town.
    • Our high school has received many awards in sports, academics and student participation, which rates it one of the best in Saskatchewan.
    • The elementary school offers a wheel chair accessible playground, French program for grades 1-6, resource teacher, librarian and five full-time and two part-time teacher aids.