About & History
The RM of Battle River No 438 is situated in north-west central Saskatchewan. The RM borders the urban municipality of Battleford on the North Saskatchewan and Battle Rivers. The North Saskatchewan River serves as the north boundary for some 50 km. The Battle River traverses the RM from NW to SE and ends in the North Saskatchewan River just east of Battleford. The west borders the RM of Payton (#470) and the Sweetgrass First Nation. The south borders the RM of Buffalo (#409) and Glenside (#377) to the south and east.
The RM is at the hub of the Battlefords with 4 major highways running through. The TransCanada Highway #16 NW, highway #40 west, highway #29 southwest, and #4 south. There is also a CTP (Clearing The Path) corridor running from highway #16 through the hamlet of Prongua to highway #29.