About Warman

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Warman, officially Canada's fastest growing municipality, is nestled a short 14 kilometres north of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan's largest city. There are a number of reasons more people have decided to "Call Warman Home." Our residential lots are larger than average, giving residents more value for their dollar. We are proud to offer some of the best service levels in the province, including complete roadway snow removal, spring/fall alleyway cleanup and curbside garbage, recycling and organics programs.  

If you're looking for a community to raise a young and active family, then Warman is the choice for you. Our access to park space (approximately 202.04 acres) is interconnected and second to none, and includes: 

• 10 parks with playground structures 
• 4 parks with lakes or ponds 
• 15.3 km of asphalt walking paths 
• 8 adult softball diamonds, 6 beginner ball diamonds 
• 3 regulation soccer pitches, 6 U6 soccer ptiches
• 2 tennis courts 
• horseshoe pits
• a professional level skate park
• a professional level BMX track 
• a water spray park 
• a community garden with 38 plots 
• cross-country ski trails (via the Legends Golf Course) 
• 32 RV stalls 
Our recreation and cultural services team is proud to offer over 75 family-fun programs throughout the year. Programs are run out of the Legends Centre (our award winning recreation facility that houses 2 95 sq. ft. x 110 sq.ft. multi-purpose gyms, a 1140 seat hockey arena and much more), the Diamond Rodeo Arena and the Brian King Centre. For more information about parks, programming and cultural amenities in Warman, please contact one of our recreation team members at 306-933-2210.

Warman, City of Warman

As of the 2016 national census, Warman's population was 11,020, giving us a growth rate of 55.1% since 2011, which is 8 times the national average. The average resident is roughly 32 years of age, married with 2 children. We are proud to boast a growing and supportive business community, made up of over 550 businesses. A quick glance at Warman and you will notice our growth has been planned. Our Central Street, or "downtown Warman," is home to a mixture of smaller, locally owned businesses, residences and our high school. Heading north along Centennial Blvd, our primary commercial hub contains the larger local and national chains in the city. Finally, the southern end of Warman is home to our industrial businesses. 

Looking to move your business to Warman? There are a number of serviced commercial properties available. The city is proud to offer a competitive tax environment for businesses here, highlighted by one of the lowest commercial tax increases in the province (1.7%) and including a competitive tax abatement. For more information on business in the community, please contact our economic development department at 306-385-2333.