Your Neighbourhood Guide
Whether you are a current resident or have just moved to our wonderful city, getting to know our amazing neighbourhoods is a must when looking at buying your next home. From where the best schools are located to where you and your family can enjoy a day at the park, my comprehensive neighbourhood guide will give you a headstart on determining what neighbourhood will be the best fit for you.
Estevan at a Glance
Located only a short drive from the Canada/USA border is Saskatchewan’s most southern city, Estevan. The city currently has a population around 11,000 residents and continues to grow, with its major industries of coal, oil, gas, power and agriculture. The first settlers to the area arrived in 1892, with the expansion of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Visitors can find out how Estevan earned its nickname of the “Energy City” by seeing the Shand Power Station and Shand Greenhouse. Popular summer local sports include the Boundary Dam and Rafferty Dam for boating, water activities and fishing. A good way to spend some downtime in Estevan is a stroll through the scenic Woodlawn Regional Park or sitting down for a relaxing meal in one of Estevan’s many local restaurants.
Shand Power Station
The most environmentally advanced thermal power station in North America Shand Power Station generates 2 million megawatt hours of energy annually.
A greenhouse utilizing energy generation by-products and produces tree seedlings.
o Population increase of 5% since 2006 - fastest growing city in Saskatchewan
o Proportionally highest number of jobs available in Saskatchewan
o 2008 Construction values highest on record $36,000,000
o $100,000,000 of construction in the last four years
o New Industrial subdivision to open in 2009
o 350 acres being added to the City Boundaries in 2009
o Newly designed Greenspace development in 2009
o 2nd lowest residential property taxes in Saskatchewan
o 1.4 Billion dollar carbon project at Boundary Dam Power Station in 2009-2012
Contact me today and let me introduce you to the area.