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Maps at the University Library: Saskatchewan Rural Municipality Maps

The University Library at the University of Saskatchewan houses a continuously-updated collection of rural municipality maps.

COVID-19 SERVICE ALERT

Our map collection is currently closed to the public due to restrictions related to COVID-19. If you need help finding rural municipality maps please contact sarah.rutley@usask.ca.

Saskatchewan Rural Municipality Maps

Maps of Saskatchewan's 296 rural municipalities include information on land tenure, including ownership of particular parcels of land.

RM maps are the most commonly-used maps at the library. Members of the public are welcome to come and look at our maps, but please note that they are for in-library use only.

All maps of Saskatchewan rural municipalities are housed on the 2nd floor of the Murray Library, and catalogued together under the call number:

Maps are further distinguished according to the number of the rural municipality. RM numbers can be found by looking at the index map located on top of the map case, or by using the online Saskatchewan Municipal Directory.

For example, the Rural Municipality of St. Louis is RM No. 431. Therefore, the map of this area is found under the call number: MAP 614.4 acg n. 431.

2nd Floor, Murray Library

All of the maps in the Murray Library can be found on the second floor (south wing). From the main stairs or the elevators, go into the room on the left, and head to the back of the room.