Fire Ban Currently ON
RM of Monet and Town of Elrose now have a Fire Ban on. Posted August 19, 2020
The Town of Elrose and the R.M. of Monet want you receive factual information as it becomes available. It is our desire to provide you with reliable information on the rapidly changing coronavirus COVID-19 event and precautions and closures. Please use the links provided to obtain reliable information. These websites will be updated regularly by the Provincial and Federal Authorities.
The Town of Elrose & RM of Monet Offices are open for business but are currently closed to the public. Please call or email if you need anything as of right now, we will be staffed as usual. Bills can be paid online, through the mail or through the mail slots in each of the offices.
Effectively immediately The Uniplex and the Library will be closed until further notice. The Rec Board’s Goods, Services & Sports Memorabilia Auction & the RM Ratepayer supper have been postponed. Lob & Bob has been cancelled.
We are aware that there are those who do not have internet access or Facebook. If you are aware of someone with limited access please do your best to keep them informed. We are encouraging our ratepayers to stay informed and follow the governments recommendations. This includes self-isolation for 14 days when returning home from outside of our province. If you or someone you know needs supplies while in isolation please don’t hesitate to call, we will do our best to connect you with help.
General Information PDFs:
Welcome to the Town of Elrose & RM of Monet No. 257’s website. Elrose is a Saskatchewan town situated south of Rosetown and north of Swift Current on Highway 4 and Highway 44.
A community in the middle of an agricultural economy, Elrose has also become a local hub of activity in the oil industry. Some homesteaders and other settlers were established in the area before the arrival of the railroads, but the majority of newcomers arrived by rail later. Read more about the history of Elrose.
In 1909, the Rural Municipality Monet 257, Saskatchewan was organized. A look at the history of Monet is available here.