The Town of Neepawa is a vibrant, diverse agricultural community that is rapidly expanding with much to offer our residents!

Did you know?

  • Our population has grown from 3,629 residents in 2011 to 4,609 residents in 2016.
  • Neepawa has had many new housing developments as well as new businesses and jobs emerging in a variety of manufacturing and retail sectors.
  • Our strong retail sector offers our residents and our local trading area, a diverse selection of goods without traveling to larger centers.
  • We are centrally located, nestled along the White mud River and south of the Riding Mountain escarpment and we service a very large trading area.
  • Our health care facilities are exceptional and continually expanding – with many health care professionals to choose from.
  • We are rooted by strong educational services, active services clubs and recreational groups, along with a proactive, growing business community.
  • Neepawa provides plenty of multi-cultural art programs, recreational opportunities and facilities for all ages, including family music classes for infants and toddlers, to activities for the seniors.
  • We have a strong church and organizational group community that continually make Neepawa a safe, clean, wonderful place to live, work and play.
  • The Town of Neepawa is committed to maintaining an excellent quality of life for all our residents.

Upcoming Events

Pickle Ball

Neepawa Pickle Ball Club plays at the First Baptist Church Hall on Mondays & Wednesdays at 7:00 pm (except holiday Mondays) The Club has extra paddles for any beginners wanting to try the sport. Yearly memberships are $50/person, or a drop in...

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Choral Singing!

Choraliers Ladies 3-part Singing Group Practices – 7:30 every Tuesday at Arts Forward If you love to sing or are interested in being an accompanist, please call Carolyn Durston 476-5744 for more information!

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A Winter’s Eve in Neepawa

Several Neepawa businesses will participate in having extended hours with in-store specials, draws and promotions. A horse drawn wagon to take customers from business to business, with carolers on the streets and on wagon. Contact the Chamber for...

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