Satellite view of RM of Saltcoats from Google Earth. © DigitalGlobe, Cnes/SpotImage, GeoEye

Welcome to the Rural Municipality of Saltcoats



The RM of Saltcoats celebrated its 100th anniversary with a day of activities on Saturday, July 28, 2012.

Among the anniversary projects was the publication of the RM history book. Click here to view or download the history book (in PDF format)

Thanks to all who came out to help us celebrate our anniversary!








Click to read, print or download the RM Newsletter published July 2018.

Waste disposal and recycle

We are moving our waste disposal and recycle containers to the RM Shop located at 434 High Street, Saltcoats effective Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018. The containers are available every Saturday year round from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A gate keeper will be there each Saturday and has been instructed not to let anything other than bagged household garbage into the containers. Anything other than bagged household waste will be refused and you will have to take it back home unless it is recyclable. In that case it will be allowed in the recycle bin. You will be instructed by the gate keeper which bin to use.

Flood insurance

Important information regarding flood insurance and the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP):
Overland flood insurance and PDAP
Overland flood insurance questions and answers

About the RM of Saltcoats

The RM of Saltcoats No. 213 is located in east-central Saskatchewan, and encompasses some of the richest farmland and largest underground potash deposits in the province.

Our office is located in Saltcoats (photo at right), one of two thriving towns within the rural municipality.

On our web site you will find information about the approval processes for various types of development, including application forms, relevant bylaws and other documents. If you do not find what you need, please call our office, or email us with details of your specific requirements.

Click the small map at left to view a very detailed map of the RM of Saltcoats.

This map is provided in PDF format, and is 2.5 Mb in size. It may take some time to open, depending on your Internet connection speed.