Community Development, Parks & Recreation

Community Development Division

 Active Transportation Collaborative

 In Motion

 Promotional Opportunities


Recreation Services Division

 Deer Park Golf Course

 Cross Country Ski Trails

 Snowmobile Access Routes


 Facility Booking


Parks Division

 Parks & Rec Map

 Passive Parks

 Active Parks

 Sports Fields

 Kinsmen Arena

 Outdoor Rinks & Toboggan Hills


 Pest Management


See Also…

Other Departments

Active Transportation Collaborative

Community Development Division
Tel: (306) 786-1750
Fax: (306) 786-6880

Recreational Cycling & Multi-Use Pathway Network

City of Yorkton Pathway Map

Information on sharing the road for both motorists and cyclists can be obtained from the Saskatchewan Government Insurance webste at

  Quick Tips Brochure
  Share The Road
  History of the Yorkton Active Transportation Collaborative

The Yorkton Active Transportation Collaborative uses a shared approach to increase the opportunities to use human powered transportation. The Collaborative plans and co-ordinates community led initiatives that allow the people of Yorkton to choose Active Transportation to create a safe, healthy and connected community where we live, work and play.

Active transportation includes any human-powered transportation, such as cycling or walking.  Members of the Active Transportation Collaborative recognize the need to increase physical activity in the population by building relationships with the public.  Key partners in the Active Transportation Collaborate include Yorkton in motion, Sunrise Health Region, City of Yorkton, Yorkton Business Improvement District, Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI), RCMP, Society for the Involvement of Good Neighbors (SIGN), non-profit organizations and various other community champions.

Yorkton's Cycling Network Report

Rules of the Road

* Stay on the right hand side of the street traveling with traffic
* Never ride your bicycle on the sidewalk or crosswalk
* Walk you bicycle across crosswalks
* Use hand signals when turning and stopping
* Ride responsibly, no stunting
* Wear your helmet.  It is mandatory to wear a helmet in the City of Yorkton.

City of Yorkton Bicycle Bylaw


Hand Signals

               Left Turn

       Right Turn

Slowing Down/Stopping