Town Council
 Declaration of Results


Town News:
Ombudsman Saskatchewan now has jurisdiction over municipal entities
Welcome Dr. Morteza Shahrestani Superior Infrastructure
Seniors Supports Available Red Tape Awareness Week
Easier for Parents of Newborns to Apply for Benefits  $1.5 Million in Wheat Research
Snowmobile Safety Course  How to draw snowflakes
Year of Saskatchewan Ukrainians Slow to 60 km/hour when passing emergency vehicles
Stop aquatic invasive species School zone safety
Small Business Week News Release - Preeceville Locum Coverage
Prune your elm trees to help keep them healthy Speeding an issue this summer
Buying a Used Vehicle Preeceville Art Group Wanted Primary Health Care Family Physician
Preeceville & District Health Centre (follow links on page for Questions & Answers about the Preeceville Primary Health Care Clinic & Emergency Service Interruption information)
Lightning Safety and Preparedness Wildfire Updates Preeceville Physician Update
West Nile Virus Storm tips for homeowners Office of Boating Safety   Native Prairie Appreciation Week
Canada’s perceptions of Saskatchewan Increased risk of tick bites
Buy Local Day Provincial Parks opening May 14    SaskParks
What is Panorama? NAOSH Week National Day of Mourning WorkSafe
Rail Safety Week “A missing child is everyone’s responsibility”
Victims of Crime Awareness Week Main Street Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan patients see improved access to surgery Review of farmland ownership
Public Safety Telecommunicators Week in Saskatchewan Warranties to keep you covered 
National Wildlife Week
Hantavirus precautions  Alert – Collection Agent fraud PROTECT YOUR ELM TREES
Spring melt tips to keep your home dry from top to bottom Get Prepared
Saskatchewan ranks 1st in mining survey HEROES COMMEMORATED
Free Ice Fishing Weekend Informal Public Fundraising Appeals
Offer Hope Campaign Saskatchewanderer
Campsite Reservation Launch JAN 21st “CURLING DAY” in Saskatchewan
Health Services Town Public Notices Building Permits Town Newsletters  Welcome from Mayor Harris

2012 Municipal Elections were held in Preeceville on October 24, 2012


Mayor:  Garth Harris


Mark Bourassa, Darin Newton, Johnny Petryshyn, Jim Ward, Derrick Wiwcharuk, Brian Yates

The Council of the Town of Preeceville is elected every four years during province-wide municipal elections in October. The next municipal elections will be held in 2016.

Following are the members of council, and the members of the various boards and committees:

Mayor: Garth Harris, 547-5672 (Work), 547-2782 (Home), 547-5679 (Work Fax)
Box 1134, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0


Mark Bourassa - 547- 3016(Work), 547-2009 (Home) Box 984, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0

Darin Newton - 547-2914 (Work), 547-5482 (Home) Box 166, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0

Johnny Petryshyn - 547-5660 (Work), 547-4255 (Home) Box 1001, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0

Jim Ward -547-2007 (Work), 547-5588 (Home) Box 1143, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0

Derrick Wiwcharuk - 547-3285 (Work), 547-2889 (Home) Box 324, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0

Brian Yates - 547-2812 (Work), 547-2276 (Home) Box 441, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0

Deputy Mayor:
November-December – Mark Bourassa
January-February –Derrick Wiwcharuk
March-April – Johnny Petryshyn
May-June – Jim Ward
July-August – Darin Newton
September-October – Brian Yates

Committees (2014 - 2016):

The first person named is the Committee Chairperson.

Finance Committee: Brian Yates, Johnny Petryshyn, Jim Ward
Protective Committee: Derrick Wiwcharuk, Darin Newton, Garth Harris
Public Works Committee: Derrick Wiwcharuk, Jim Ward, Mark Bourassa
Streets Committee: Brian Yates, Johnny Petryshyn, Garth Harris
Human Resources Committee: Johnny Petryshyn, Mark Bourassa, Garth Harris, Darin Newton
Buildings Committee: Jim Ward, Brian Yates, Darin Newton
Nuisance Committee: Mark Bourassa, Darin Newton,  Garth Harris
Policies & Bylaws Committee: Brian Yates, Garth Harris, Darin Newton
Waste Management Committee: Brian Yates, Johnny Petryshyn, Derrick Wiwcharuk, Mark Bourassa


Ability Bus: Garth Harris, Laurie Galiz, Sheldon Neson
Arena: Derrick Wiwcharuk, Mark Bourassa (Alternate)
Economic Development/Tourism: Garth Harris and Brian Yates 
Annie-Laurie Lake Beach Development: Johnny Petryshyn, Derrick Wiwcharuk (Alternate)
Parkland Regional Library: Mark Bourassa, Garth Harris (Alternate)
Roughrider Snowmobile Club: Garth Harris, Johnny Petryshyn (Alternate)
Sports Grounds: Brian Yates; Darin Newton (Alternate) 
Mutual Aid Area/Emergency Measures Organization: Jim Ward, Mark Bourassa (Alternate)
Recreation Board: Jim Ward; Brian Yates (Alternate)
North East Area Transportation Planning Committee: Jim Ward, Darin Newton (Alternate)
Parkland Regional Waste Authority: Brian Yates  
Preeceville Community Legion Hall Committee - Darin Newton, Johnny Petryshyn (Alternate)
Preeceville School Gymnasium Committee - Darin Newton, Garth Harris (Alternate)
Preeceville Library Board: Mark Bourassa, Garth Harris (Alternate)
Preeceville School Community Council:  Mark Bourassa, Johnny Petryshyn (Alternate)
Preeceville & District Board of Trade: Darin Newton, Brian Yates (Alternate)
Doctor Incentive Committee: Mark Bourassa, Darin Newton (Alternate)
Hospital Fundraising: all Council members
Assiniboine Watershed Stewardship Association - Johnny Petryshyn, Derrick Wiwcharuk (Alternate)
O H & S Committee :  Jim Ward, Johnny Petryshyn, Mark Bourassa (Alternates)

Planning & Development Act Appeals Board - Dale Appel, Wayne Cantelo, Wayne Jensen



Welcome to our web site

Preeceville is a town I am proud to call home. It is  an excellent place to raise a family, retire or own a vacation cottage. The town has a number of fun events each year and with the abundance of lakes, rivers, parks and outdoor adventure in the area it's a great family attraction. Whether you're here on business or visiting friends and family, check out our Main Street and our many events over the summer.

Preeceville is a small but progressive community with a strong volunteer base, generous friendly people and a strong business and service core.

Working with our neighboring communities we hold a number of events each year showcasing our hospitality while raising funds for our health care facility. Our funding campaign has met with huge success in the past 12 years and with our hospital building project now finished, I invite you to take part in the fun, attend, donate or support our efforts.

Our other focus as a community is recreation and activities for our youth. How we provide for our seniors and how we teach our youth, balanced with quality of life for the rest of our population, is what Preeceville and area is all about. We are proud to be a community in Saskatchewan.

Mayor Garth Harris
Town of Preeceville
Home of the Panthers

Leadership and Safety @

The Town of Preeceville is committed to promoting and improving a safe work environment for all its employees, partners, volunteers, and vendors. Our goal is to exceed workplace legislative requirements by continuously thinking safety first and changing the culture which requires everyone’s input. 
As we strive to do more with less in each of our jobs, health and safety must be front and central to everything we do. Providing a safe and healthy work environment is a priority for the Town of Preeceville.