About Indian Head
Welcome. It’s an honour and a privilege, as Mayor of Indian Head to represent and serve this beautiful community.
I am pleased to welcome all visitors to our beautiful progressive town and to our website. You have chosen a destination to explore that is rich in history and diversity. Indian Head is a progressive community with a population of approximately 2100 people.
We are very proud of what our community offers to both visitors and residents. Indian Head is anchored against the mainline of the Canadian Pacific Railway at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway just 65 km east of Regina. A 15-minute drive to the north brings you to the Qu'Appelle Valley and lakes. Indian Head is bounded by the Rural Municipality of Indian Head #156. We can trace our roots on this soil back five generations. We are extremely proud of our historic past and excited about our future.
If you are thinking of moving here, you might be surprised by our diversity. We are a multicultural community; a town of neighbourhoods old and new; where volunteerism is second to none. We celebrate life through our special events, festivals and arts, culture, sports and recreation.
Indian Head is on the move. Recently the Town of Indian Head was awarded the Main Street Revitalization grant. This grant has allowed our community to embrace the importance of our historic past and recapture the beauty of our downtown core through the revitalization of our historic buildings. Indian Head is also fortunate to have many historic home and landmarks. You can learn more about Indian Head’s history through the information provided on our website. As Saskatchewan is growing so is the Town of Indian Head. Increased lot development and home sales has generated growth in our community. Young families are choosing to call Indian Head home for its safe and friendly environment and seniors are enjoying increased adult housing and condo developments.
Indian Head features excellent business services. Residents and visitors can find a unique blend of shops, boutiques, bakery and coffee shops, and restaurants both downtown and in the entry ways into town. Our library, theatre, museums and art gallery are in the heart of downtown. Our recreational facilities offer many opportunities for promoting wellness and physical activity. We are also serviced by a first rate hospital, medical facilities, and fire and EMO departments.
HOW DO I FIND INFORMATION ABOUT:
- Local businesses
- Property taxes
- Parks and recreational facilities
- Town Services
- Local Events
- Town Location
- Map for streets/ cemetery/ walking trails
- Medical services
- Town history
- Current events and news
HOW DO I GET INVOLVED WITH:
- Local church groups
- Town Council and Committee Meetings
- Community events
- Local Sports and Recreation Programs