The Town is served by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) of the Yorkton Rural Detachment.
Twenty volunteer fire fighters/first responders operate out of the fire hall which houses two trucks, one rescue unit and one rapid response vehicle. To volunteer for the Fire Department, contact the Fire Chief, or pick up an application at the Town Office.
Come and worship with Springside Baptist Church.
The Springside Elementary School has classes for Kindergarten to Grade 8. The school offers a full academic program meeting all Saskatchewan Education guidelines. It has an extensive extra-curricular program including both intramural and interschool athletics, cultural activities and field trips. The school slogan is Learning for Tomorrow. Contact Principal Penny Castle at 306-792-2080.
Springside Elementary School is in the Good Spirit School Division. The School Division can provide information on classes for Grades 9 to 12 and bus schedules. The school division phone number is 306-786-5500.
To access the Springside School Student Registration forms, please click the link below:
The regional hospital and many doctors, both general practitioners and specialists, are located in Yorkton, providing the most comprehensive healthcare in the region just minutes away.
The Town maintains a variety of recreation facilities, including:
In addition, there are three golf courses located within 25 km of the Town, two in Yorkton and one at Spiritwood Acres. Good Spirit Provincial Park is located 23 km from town, featuring swimming, boating, camping, miniature golf, fishing and tennis.
The Springside Library is a branch of the Parkland Regional Library. Hours are:
A story-hour program runs throughout the school year for ages 3 to 5. A summer reading program runs throughout the summer months with activities for all ages. Large print books are also available. Special interest books can be ordered.
For more information call 306-792-4743 during the above hours.
The Community Hall is available for rent for any occasion. It has a capacity of 256 persons, and seats 150 comfortably for dining. Contact the Town Office for more details and rental rates.
The arena is available during spring and summer for large events, and it has a new sound system. In the winter, a well-maintained natural ice surface can accommodate your sport/recreation activities.
Springside is proud to have a seniors' complex called Heritage Place (photo top left). It has four double suites and eight singles. For more information call Morlie Nehring at 306-792-2222.
The Town of Springside is planning an EMO Committee to have a plan in place in the event of a disaster. The committee will meet regularly to update the plan. To find out when the next meeting is or for more information contact the Town Office.