Located 115 km South West of Saskatoon, Rosetown because a town in 1910. According to MLS listings, as of 2016, the average amount for a house was $178,162.
The town’s motto is “The Heart of the Wheat Belt.”
Rosetown was named after James and Anne Rose, who were the first settlers in the area.
There are two schools located in Rosetown:
Walter Aseltine School is an elementary school for grades kindergarten to grade 6. For more information about this elementary school, click here:
Rosetown Central High School is a public high school. For more information about this high school, click here:
Rosetown has two radio stations, as well as their own newspaper.
Randy Ireland is the goalie for the Buffalo Sabres.
Rob Friend is a striker for the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Sherry Middaugh is a professional curler, and is a five time Ontario champion as well as a one-time Saskatchewan curl champion.
Rosetown is 120 km from the University of Saskatchewan.
Rosetown is 118 km from Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Kelsey Campus.