A little bit about us:
The area originally settled around Amisk Lake was called "Beaver Lake". Amisk is Cree for Beaver and thus the origin of the name. In 1937, the subdivision of the present community of Denare Beach took place. The community quickly became a resort area following the construction of a roadway to the mining center of Flin Flon.
How did we get our name?
When Saskatchewan Parks became responsible for the area they changed the name from Amisk or Beaver to Denare Beach. Taking the first two letters from Department of Natural Resources they arrived at the name of Denare Beach.
The village has managed to retain its resort atmosphere, while growing with the development of new homes.
Waterworks Rate Policy
January 1 – December 31, 2010
Drinking Water Quality and Compliance
2010 Annual Notice to Consumers
The issue of tent garages, wood and other items stored on VILLAGE property has been a matter of complaint and council have reviewed the matter.
Tent garages will have to be placed on the land owner's property in accordance with the Zoning Bylaw with the frontage, rear and side distances adhered to. These specifications can be obtained by contacting the Administration Office.
Wood and other items that are located on VILLAGE property have to be removed.