Frequently Asked Questions

1.    Do the lots include any services?

Answer: Yes, lots are serviced with treated town of Lumsden water, power, gas and telephone.

MinervaRidge Lots

MinervaRidge Lots

2.    How far is this from Regina?

Answer: It is a 15-minute drive into Regina. 3 miles to Deer Valley and 1/2 mile from Lumsden

3.    Is there a time frame to start construction?

Answer: No, there is no set start time frame

4.    Are there Architectural controls?

Answer: Yes, we have a unique and easy to follow architectural guideline.

5.    What type of sewer system can be used?

Answer: Sewer systems are site specific depending on lot layout, soil structure and size of   house.

6.    Who maintains on the access roads (ie: plow snow)?

Answer: The R.M. of Lumsden maintains all access roads.

7.    Where would children go to school?

Answer: The children would be bussed into Lumsden for K-12.

8.    Where does the name come from?

Answer: Minerva is what we called the area that is now named Deer Valley. The road from Deer Valley to Lumsden is still referred to as “the Minerva road”. The acreages are off the Minerva road so thus I called it Minerva Ridge.

Listed Below explains the meaning of the names:

The Sub-Division Name:
“The Acreages at Minerva Ridge”

The Crescent:
“Apollo Drive”

The Bays:

West “Hera Place”

East “Eros Bay”

Minerva: Was the Roman name of Greek goddess Athena. She is considered to be the virgin goddess of warriors, poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce, crafts, and the inventor of music.

Hera was the wife and older sister of Zeus. Her chief function was as goddess of women and marriage.

Eros was the primordial god of, love, and intercourse; he was also worshipped as a fertility deity.

Apollo is one of the most important and many-sided of the Olympian deities. The ideal of the kouros (a beardless youth), Apollo has been variously recognized as a god of light and the sun; truth and prophecy; archery; medicine and healing; music, poetry, and the arts.