About Us

This growing community has Synergy Credit Union, Retail Postal Outlet, Marshall Library, Royal Canadian Legion, Three Links Community Hall, Marshall's Place Convenience Store, and Legacy Regional Protective Services.

 
  Marshall Town Office

Marshall Town Office

  Ball diamonds and hockey rink

Ball diamonds and hockey rink

  Three Links Community Hall

Three Links Community Hall

  Post Office

Post Office

  Royal Canadian Legion

Royal Canadian Legion

  Synergy Credit Union

Synergy Credit Union


 Marshall has a K-9 school in the community, with high school students being bussed to Lloydminster or Lashburn.
 
This is an active community, with a hockey rink, ball diamonds and a skateboard park. There are several groups and committees that help residents to stay involved in their community.
 
Health services are located in Lloydminster.
 
Marshall Daze is a yearly event organized for the community’s children. Other fun local events include a Fall Turkey Shoot and a Spring Ham Shoot.
 
When you want to get away for a holiday, you don’t have to go far to find a lake.  Silver Lake Regional Park located north of Maidstone.  Sandy Beach is north of Lloydminster.  Battleford Provincial Park, Jackfish Lake and Meota are located north of North Battleford.


 New Logo - 2013

The Town of Marshall is, in many ways, removed from the hustle and bustle of city life. It places high value on a few key aspects: family, friendly, dynamic, established, and practical.

These words describe a longing for innocence - for familiarity, nostalgia, and security. The word "dynamic" adds a bit of an energetic edge to these sentiments, which is an attractive combination for young families looking for a little piece of heaven to call home.

The look and feel of the brand is polished, professional and friendly, but not too sleek or "big city".

For this concept the tiger lily was used, which is a classic symbol of Saskatchewan, growth and energy and adapted an icon which represents many key values:

• The flower stamen have been arranged to create an "m", but in a more abstract manner that's not too obvious.
• The "teardrops" on the outer edges represent seeds (growth) and environmental conscious oil drops.
• The overall icon is reminiscent of a sunburst, which is friendly and inviting, and a great symbol for prairie living.