Swift Current News

The City of Swift Current Parks Play Program and Innovation Credit Union have partnered together for our annual Innovation Credit Union iSplash event! On Friday, July 21 from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Riverside Park, families are welcome to come and play games, make crafts, and slide down an awesome gigantic slip and slide.

The City of Swift Current wishes to advise property owners and residents that the Water Security Agency has now lifted the Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) in Swift Current, effective immediately.

A new community garden in Swift Current pays tribute to two former residents who enjoyed spending time in their own gardens.

Recent upgrades to ACT Park in Swift Current have made the city’s only fully wheelchair-accessible park even more user friendly to visitors of all abilities.

Theo Fleury will lead a team of walkers on a five-day walk to five cities in Saskatchewan, including Swift Current, to raise awareness about the trauma of childhood sexual abuse and to give a voice to survivors.

There is a new face behind the desk of the executive director at the Swift Current Community Youth Initiative (SCCYI), but he will be familiar to regular visitors to The Center in downtown Swift Current.

The Swift Current Branch Library celebrated the start of the TD Summer Reading Club, a program of Canadian public libraries, with an opening party, July 6.

Having the chance to spend Canada Day on Parliament Hill for any patriotic Canadian would be an opportunity of a lifetime — something that Swift Current Grade 11 student Sara Cronan just did.

The City of Swift Current wishes to advise property owners and residents that the Water Security Agency has issued a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) to properties located in Zone 1 and part of Zone 2 (indicated on map) in Swift Current, effective Wednesday, July 12 at 9:00 a.m.

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