Parks and Recreation

Department Contact Information

Title: General Manager of Community Services


Telephone: 306-862-9866

Fax: 306-862-3076


210 Second Avenue East Box 2134, Nipawin

Chelsea Corrigan, Director of Parks & Recreation

Areas of Responsibility


  • Centennial / Jubilee Arena Complex
  • Nipawin Evergreen Centre
  • Nipawin Swimming Pool
  • Nipawin Skatepark

Ball Diamonds & Soccer Pitches

  • 2 Ball Diamonds in Central Park
  • 2 Ball Diamonds in Elks Park
  • 4 Walleye Parks Slo Pitch Diamonds on 10th Avenue West
  • 2 town-owned soccer fields in Elks Park
  • 6 mini-pitches on L.P. Miller School grounds

Parks/Playgrounds/Open Spaces

  • Central Park
  • Elks Park
  • Royal Purple Park
  • Montgomery Park
  • Millennium Park
  • Kinsmen Pinedale Park
  • Gordon Subdivision Park
  • East Pleasantview Park
  • Kiteley Park
  • Water Tower / Botting Park
  • Walleye Link Trail, Central Park Trail


  • Mabel Hill Cemetery - located South East Quarter 3-51-14-W2nd, approximately 10 acres
  • Ravine Bank Cemetery - located North East Quarter; Section 31; Township 50; Range 14; West of the 2nd Meridian
  • Woodlawn Cemetery - located at Parcel A, Registered Plan #BJ2950, in the South East Quarter; Section 31; Township 50; Range 14; West of the 2nd Meridian

Nipawin & District Living Forestry Museum

The Department provides annual operations and capital funding and advisory assistance.

Nipawin Public Library

The Department was involved in the planning and construction of the new Wapiti Library facility, which is a shared library space within Central Park School. Also, the school/community facility houses the Cumberland Regional College and KidsFirst. The facility is located in Central Park.

Outdoor Rinks

The Department provides annual operating grants to two community associations for the operation of the outdoor arenas. These facilities are owned by the Town.

Pinedale Outdoor Rink - Pine Avenue & 4th Street North

East Pleasantview Outdoor Rink - 9th Avenue West & 5th Street West


The Department provides some direct programs such as summer youth programs, clinics, workshops, etc. Often, these are done in partnership with other organizations. The Town is blessed with many volunteer community sport, culture and recreation organizations which deliver services. Some of these programs include the Steve Nash Basketball program for Grades 3-6, Pitch In Day, Outpour Weekend, and the Summer Play Program, etc.


  • Director of Parks and Recreation, Chelsea Corrigan
  • Parks and Arena Foreman, Jeremy Belliveau
  • Parks - Arena - Pool Maintenance, 4 Full Time Staff
  • Parks Seasonal, May - October
  • Parks Student Labourers, May - August
  • Youth Programming, July - August
  • Pool Manager, May - August
  • Pool Staff, May - August




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