The Northern Hamlet of Timber Bay is located in north-central Saskatchewan, about half an hour off highway 2 that connects La Ronge, SK with Prince Albert, SK. With a population of 82 people, this quiet little community is along the secondary highway of 969 that used to be the former main highway going into the north.
Editing of the Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw: Timber Bay is in editing stage for these documents prior to their adoption and submission to the Community Planning Branch. These documents will dictate all future planning and development within the municipality.
*All plans and bylaws available for download on this site may not include amendments and should not be used for legal purposes*
Community Highlights (2012): The Saskatchewan Ministry of First Nations and Metis Relations, with help of the Ministry of the Economy conducted a snapshot in 2012 of the key components of the community, including: local government, demographics, economic environment, training and education, infrastructure, housing, emergency services, recreational opportunities, and the community's distance from larger centres.
Wildfire Risk Assessment (2005): The Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment actively attempts to educate residents about the threat of fire within municipalities. They conducted an assessment of each municipality to determine the likelihood of wildfires, and implement FireSmart principles to help reduce the chances of wildfires starting.