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Welcome to the Town of Eston

The Town of Eston is located in the heart of West Central Saskatchewan at the junction of Highways 44 and 30.

The town boasts a busy business district with services including a drug store, a grocery store with liquor vendor, two motels, restaurants, two gift shops, a bakery, a service station and a card lock, a bank, a credit union, a dumping station....


News & Announcements

  • Trade Show Booths
  • PCCU Donates to Centennial
  • Adams Leaves Council

Booth registrations are now being accepted for the 2015 Trade Show to be held in Eston on Saturday, April 11 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Eston Community Complex.

Booth space is limited, so businesses are encouraged to submit their registration form early to secure a spot.

View the tradshow page for more details on the event.


PCCU Centennial Donation

Photo compliments of The Press Review.

February 11, 2015 – Effective immediately, Eston Town Councilor Crystal Adams has resigned from council. Adams sites personal reasons for the resignation.

“It was a tough decision but it is the right decision for me and my family at this time,” commented Adams. “When I do something, I want to give it my all and I’m not currently able to do that with my council position. It has been a privilege serving the citizens of Eston and to have had the opportunity to offer something back to a community that has supported me and my family throughout the years.”

Adams has served as a Councilor since fall of 2009. She has been active on many committees and boards including Eston & District Recreation, 400 Main Clinic, Health Care Retention & Recruitment, Economic Development, Finance & Administration, Small Business Loan Association and Eston River Trek.

“We will be sad to see her go,” commented Mayor Al Heron. “Crystal brings strong financial skills, a level head, and a unique perspective to council. She is a calming force and people respect what she has to say; the Town has benefited greatly from the work she has done.”

Adams added, “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mayor Al Heron, my fellow Councilors, the Town of Eston team, the RM of Snipe Lake council and Administration, and all the volunteer committees I have sat on. I have enjoyed working with each of you.”

Adams has lived in Eston since 1992. She is currently employed as an accountant at Owens & Sweitzer and is also active with the Eston Full Gospel Church Missions committee and the Sunday school program.

The process to fill the vacant council seat will begin immediately.

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