|• Protective Services
• Medical Services
• Special Services
• Transportation & Communication
• Thrift Store
• Food Services
• Gas Station/Mechanics
• Financial Services
Policing is provided by R.C.M.P. personnel from the Moosomin detachment. The Rocanville Fire Department includes two fire trucks, a medically equipped rescue unit/command center vehicle, Jaws of Life, and a 22-member volunteer fire brigade. Of those members, two are First Responders. Our community also has a Block Parent Association led by Donna Bell.
Parkland Victims Services Inc.
Moosomin RCMP Detachment
1102 Carleton Street
(306) 435-2805 or (306) 786-2408 (Yorkton)
Rocanville's Medical Centre was built on Ellice Street in 1999. Doctors from the Moosomin Family Practice Centre attend to patients full days on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Please call 306-645-4211.
The Public Health Nurse has a clinic in the Centre twice a month and the local Home Care Nurse has an office in the building as well.
Rocanville School is a K-12 school. Grades 7-12 are on the semester system. As well as the basic programs, specific programs are offered in such areas as special education, driver education, work experience, communication production technology, information processing, band, drama, career guidance and swimming.
Each year Rocanville students have been chosen from the local science fair to participate in the Regional Science Fair in Saskatoon where they have traditionally received a number of awards. Many times these awards have included a trip to the Canada Wide Science Fair where they have also won prizes.
The intramural program offered to students in grades 7-12 is regarded as a model in that the percentage of participation in both junior and senior sports is unusually high. This is in addition to a variety of school teams that prove themselves competitive against teams from other schools in the division. Graduates of Rocanville School have also proven their academic and extracurricular strength by winning a great number of scholarships in a variety of competitions.
Through technological advances, adults in the community have access to first year university courses, business courses and high school upgrading. Classes can be obtained on-line, through home study or through televised satellite transmission to Rocanville School . This allows the adult learner to continue to care for a family and to work in the community, while gaining future education.
Our community also has a playschool geared for children aged 3 and 4 and operated by a volunteer board of parents. Current President: Chyvonne Kurbis
The school can be contacted at 306-645-2838 or email the principal at firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Hours of operation: Open Tuesday 1:30-5:00 pm, Wednesday 9:00 am - 12:30 pm & 2:00 - 6:30 pm and Thursday 1:30-5:00 pm
We offer: DVD movies at no charge, videos, talking books, periodicals, public Internet access, Summer reading programs, weekly preschool story time Wednesday mornings and a variety of public health information seminars. Free internet service.
Call 306-645-2088 or email email@example.com for more information.
The Library is located at 218 Ellice Street.
Home Care Program
The Home Care program in our area provides nursing, meals and home maintenance to clients depending on their individual needs. This program allows many seniors to remain comfortably in their own homes. Rocanville also has two senior citizens complexes together providing 31 units. While both Lodges have a common lounge, Lodge #2 has a larger kitchen and dining room, a larger sitting area, a crafts room and both buildings have walk in tubs. A wellness clinic is held once a month that provides foot care. Local hair dressers come to the building once per week for hair appointments.
Rocanville Housing Authority
Rocanville Housing Authority assists in providing moderately priced homes for the citizens of Rocanville. Senior housing includes housing that operate on an income-based rent. Low rental all-ages homes in Rocanville that operate on an income-based rent are also available.
Contact Kathleen at Rocanville Housing Authority
Rocanville is served by Highway # 8. There is a fully lit airstrip at the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan mine site that may be used with permission.
The nearest commercial airports are located at Yorkton , Brandon and Regina .
There are two courier services and several trucking firms delivering goods to Rocanville.
Rocanville Community Dial-A-Van
Rocanville Community Dial-A-Van is a volunteer service providing affordable transportation to members of our community who need assistance. Phone 306-434-6644
Two newspapers published elsewhere but received locally serve our community. The Regina Leader Post is delivered daily through the home carrier system and The Moosomin World Spectator is distributed weekly.
The Rocanville Community Thrift Store was organized in 1996 and has adopted the motto "Unity in the Community".
Open three afternoons each week, the store is run by volunteer workers and depends upon the generous donations of clothing and household goods from the town and surrounding area.
All money realized is returned to the community; to education, sports and recreation, medical equipment, culture and heritage and also personal donations in cases of fire or illness. That the Thrift Store has been and continues to be so successful is due to the combined effort of the entire community.
Thrift Store Hours
Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 1 – 4 p.m.
Closed stat holidays
• 7 rooms
• Cable T.V.
• Laundromat across the street
• Cold storage space available on request.
• Steak pit open 11 a.m.—10:30 p.m. or later if needed
• Daily meal specials
Rocanville Motel & Campground
• 12 rooms (Single or Double Bed)
• RV Park (available May - Mid-October
• Phone: 306-645-2150
• Facebook: www.facebook.com/rocanvillemotel.rvpark
(Located behind Sears outlet in Rocanville)
• Available April – mid October
• water, sewer, power
• $20 per night or $450 per month
Call 306- 645-2695 or 306-645-2700
Rocanville Trailer Court
No vacancy at this time.
Lot cost is $146 per month
Call 306-645-2022 (Town Office)
Rocanville Housing Authority
Affordable Housing on Francis Ave (duplexes) and a variety of single family homes under the Social Housing Program.
Call Kathleen Loyola: 306-434-0000
1131 Mallard Dr, Rocanville
Call 306-645-2100 for availability of suites
98 Ellice St, Rocanville
Call 306-645-4341 for availability of suites
113 Ellice St, Rocanville
Oil Can Diner
2015 Service St, Rocanville
702 Railway Ave , Rocanville
New Fortune Inn
214 Ellice St, Rocanville
102 Ellice St Rocanville
Highway 8 Gas Bar
718 Railway Ave
Borderland Co-op Grocery Store
Ellice St, Rocanville
Borderland Co-op Gas Station
Highway 8 Gas Bar
Merit Ford – Esterhazy
SIMTAC R.V. Repair
TD Canada Trust
Open Monday — Friday 9 a.m.— 4 p.m except Thursday 9 a.m.—5:30 p.m.
Conexus Credit Union
open Monday—Friday 9 a.m.—4 p.m except Thursday 9 a.m.—5:30 p.m.
Cash machine available 24 hrs/ day
St. Alphonsus Roman Catholic
St. Paul's United
St. Thomas Anglican
For information contact Carol Greening at 306-645-2952
January 20, 21
January 20th-21st - PeeWee Home Tournament
Held at St. Paul's United Church
Sunday, January 21
Program at 4:00PM
Pot-luck meal to follow
Call Daw Wilson at 306-645-4359 to have your local talent included!
January 22, 23, 24
The Rocanville Recreation Walking Club is offered Monday through Friday throughout the winter months.
The Walking Club is located at PotashCorp Rocanville Community Hall and runs:
9:15 to 10:45 AM on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays
1:00-2:30 PM Mondays, and Thursdays
Admission is by donation
Only indoor shoes will be permitted.
Everyone is welcome.