Facts

  • Declared a Town November 1, 1911.
  • Town named after James and Ann Rose.
  • Population of 2,277 according to the 2006 Census. 
  • 1,114 houses in Rosetown according to the 2006 Census.
  • Over 160 businesses operating in and around Rosetown today.
  • Over 5,000 vehicles pass through the community every day.
  • Major player in the provincial pulse processing market.
  • One of only two areas in the province to grow canary seed.
  • Home to the Heartland Regional Health Authority and Sun West School Division head offices. 
  • Many courses, especially technical courses offered through Prairie West College.
  • Approximately 50 clubs and organizations.
  • 2006 Communities in Bloom National winners in our population category.
  • Six parks with diverse landscapes and activities.
  • Hosts the largest men's curling bonspiel under one roof - Rosebowl.
  • One of the first SARCAN facilities to be established in the province.
  • Six Hutterite colonies in the west central area.