The community of 1,035 is located 55 km north of Saskatoon along Highway # 312 and offers a variety of businesses and services for its residents. Town operations are overseen by Mayor John Bollinger & six Councilors Trevor Hiebert, Eddy Nesdoly, Reg Pauls, Betty Petkau and Gary Schultz, Chief Administrative Officer D. Chris Adams, Administrative Assistant Kathy Schultz and the Maintenance Foreman Dave Harms.
The Town of Waldheim is one of many communities north of Saskatoon experiencing an increase in housing development.
The Town has been taking a proactive approach by continually working on a long term strategic plan for the community. Town infrastructure and lagoon capability with ample capacity is key to accommodate continued growth.
The community of Waldheim offers many amenities including K-12 Public School, Regional Library, Museum, both of which are housed in the historical CN Station building, a Medical Centre with a Doctor, Chiropractor, and Public Health Nurse and numerous organizations, sports and recreational activities.
The majority of the abundantly tree lined streets within the community are paved. A curbside recycling program has been effective since its inception in 1994. The picturesque Sam Wendland Heritage Park centrally located next to the CN station is well utilized by all residents of the community.
A variety of businesses provide residents with an assortment of goods from groceries and giftware to pharmaceuticals and hardware. The community is served by a well trained fire department and first responders. A new multi function recreational complex with an NHL size ice surface and three sheets of curling ice has recently been completed. The beautiful mature treed Valley Regional Park which contains a 9 hole sand green golf course, lit ball diamonds, electrical and non-electrical campsites, and modern washroom facilities lies adjacent to the community.
The community of Waldheim celebrated its centennial in 2012. The Waldheim Centennial Committee would like to thank everyone in our community for coming out and making the Centennial Weekend of August 3 – 5, 2012 the huge success it was.
Visitors and guests requiring more information about the town, its services or businesses can contact the town office at 306-945-2161