Business Hub

The Town of Coronach and RM of Hart Butte No. 11 are excited to announce the launch of “Reimagining the Reservoir”, an engagement program that along with an Economic Analysis, will support the development of a Master Plan for a tourism-oriented development within ~50 acres of land and waterfront, which includes the existing Poplar River Community Park.

Downtown Coronach Renewal

The Town of Coronach and RM of Hart Butte No. 11 are excited to announce the launch of “Reimagining the Reservoir”, an engagement program that along with an Economic Analysis, will support the development of a Master Plan for a tourism-oriented development within ~50 acres of land and waterfront, which includes the existing Poplar River Community Park.

Beautification Funding

The Town of Coronach, along with the other 8 municipalities of the South Sask Ready group, each received $30,000 to help businesses enhances esthetics to promote their businesses. This funding was received from Western Diversification and is…

South Saskatchewan Ready (SSR)

The development and creation of the South Saskatchewan Ready economic group was spearheaded by the Town of Coronach and funding was received from Western Diversification to support the development. The SSR is composed of the municipalities…

Town Branding

Escape the Race South Saskatchewan Ready (SSR) received funding from Western Diversification to create a brand for the SSR and to allow each of the 9 municipalities to rebrand if they chose to. The branding firm TAXI Ltd was awarded the contract…

Water Works Upgrade Project

The Town has completed major upgrade to the waterworks supply and treatment infrastructure. Upgrades were made to the raw water well supply equipment, rehabilitation of the existing pressure filters including replacement of filtration media.…

Reimagining the Reservoir

The Town of Coronach and RM of Hart Butte No. 11 are excited to announce the launch of “Reimagining the Reservoir”, an engagement program that along with an Economic Analysis, will support the development of a Master Plan for a tourism-oriented development within ~50 acres of land and waterfront, which includes the existing Poplar River Community Park.