Town of Elrose Office Hours & Contact

The Town of Elrose office is located at 101 Main Street, Elrose.

Phone: 306-378-2202

Fax: 306-378-2966

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Office Hours are Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

There are Town of Elrose commemoration pins for sale at the Town Office for $1.00. There are various tourism and information pamphlets also available at the Town Office.  



Elrose 2013 Centennial Items for Sale

Item Quantity 2013 Price Today's Price
Men's Caps 11 $16.00 $10.00
Women's Caps - Flexfit 17 $21.00 $15.00
Women's Caps - Velcro 14 $16.00 $10.00
Women's T-Shirts - Black 8 - XXL   $25.00
  8 - XL   $25.00
  9 - L   $25.00
  2 - M   $25.00
  S - 2   $25.00
Women's T-Shirts - Red 1 - L   $25.00
  1 - M   $25.00
  1 - S   $25.00
Youth's T-Shirts - Red 2 - L   $7.00
  2 - M   $7.00
Women's Jacket - Black 1 - S $84.00 $45.00


Elrose Welcomes You!

Welcome to Elrose!

The Town may be small, but with big hearts we welcome one and all.

100th Birthday Celebration


100th Birthday Celebration
July 12-14, 2013

Homecoming Committee

Back row:(left to right) Patti Mills-Smith, Jodi Thompson, Joe McKillop, Lisa Calwell, Shirley Smith, Doug Bone

Middle row: Bev Rowley, Ashley Willmek, Debra Campbell, Norm Elmslie

Front row: Margie Loitz, Chris Hopkins (Secretary/Treasurer), June Harsch (Chairperson), Norma Elmslie, Kerri Calwell, Florence Rowley

Missing: Kari Hintze, Brenda Fredrickson, Darlene Ellis, Gerry Hammond, Betty Mae Leavins, Alma Copeland, Dee Beatty


Write-up of the weekend will be coming soon.

Welcome to Elrose

Town of Elrose

Celebrating 100 Years!! July 12-14, 2013

Office of the Town of Elrose

Elrose was originally called La Berge after Albert La Berge, an early resident. In 1913, the railroad reached the area and there was a meeting to discuss a permanent name for the town. Elrose was chosen. Some say it was named after Elrosa, USA, and others say it was Dr. Burell who wanted rose in the name because of all the wild roses growing in the area.


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