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Village of Neilburg

Neilburg was named after an early settler, Clifford O'Neil. The first post office was in his home and was located about one mile southeast of where the village is today.

Neilburg was established as a Hamlet in 1923 and by 1946, it had grown large enough to be incorporated as the Village of Neilburg. The current population is 379.

The Village of Neilburg is located in Saskatchewan along Highway 40, approximately 100 kms west of the Battlefords and 80 kms southeast of Lloydminster. We are also within three hours of both Edmonton and Saskatoon.

Welcome to the Village of Neilburg!

The Village of Neilburg
is governed by
Mayor and Council.

Mayor Brent Wiens
Deputy Mayor Nicole Martin
Alderman Ernie Ducherer
Alderman Cindy Olchowecki
Alderman Jim Lamb

Village of Neilburg Office

Chief Administrative Officer
Janet Hollingshead

Chief Administrative Officer Trainee
Kathleen McGladdery

Treatment Plant Operator
Arin Ostensoe




Emergency Preparednes Safety Alert

The Village of Neilburg and the RM of Hillsdale No. 440 are working together to create anEmergency Preparedness Safety Listing.
Anyone who owns property, rents or leases, or has a business within our limits will be added to our list. You will be recieving a letter in the mail to fill out and return. If you do not receive one or need more copies, please find it below.
Thank you for your co-operation!
Emergency Prepardness Listing Letter & Form


Office Hours

Monday to Thursday
8:30 - 12:00 and 12:30 - 4:30

8:30 - 12:00 and 12:30 - 4:00

Closed all Statutory Holidays

The Village of Neilburg Office
is located at
39 L.E. Gibbons Centre Street



Neilburg-Marsden Joint Citizens on Patrol Program (C.O.P.P.)

The Villages of Neilburg and Marsden, in partnership with the Cut Knife RCMP, are seeking volunteers to start a joint Citizens on Patrol Program (C.O.P.P.) for both communites. C.O.P.P. is a volunteer program which empowers community members to promote safely within their community. 

C.O.P.P is not meant to replace regular RCMP patrols. Rather, C.O.P.P. volunteers work with local RCMP members and act as an extra set of  "eyes and ears" only while on patrol reporting suspicious activity and/or vehicles within their community to police. Volunteers work in pairs in their personal vehicle and never engage expected to be placed in harms way.

A C.O.P.P volunteer commitment is generally 4-6 hours once a month with patrols normally occuring on weekend nights.Training and equipment is provided by the Cut Knife RCMP Detachment. 

If you are interested in volunteering for C.O.P.P. please contact your local town office.