Star City is a small town of 500 inhabitants in Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 120 km (70 mi) southeast of Prince Albert and 18 km (10 mi) east of Melfort. It is a named after its first postmaster, Walter Starkey. The town's economy is based primarily on agriculture. It has numerous services and a small K-12 school.
The Town Office Building was constructed between 1919 and 1920 for the Bank of Commerce; the building currently houses a library.
The Star City Echo once a newspaper headquarters, now transformed into a residence.
The Brigham Block has recently been removed from main street due to structural integrity concerns. Named after Dr. Brigham, a local physician during the pre-depression era, it has through the years been a home to many businesses such as Haggstroms Grocery, Five Star, (a convenience/ grocery store) auction mart, and pool hall. It is best remembered for its peculiar finish, consisting of concrete mixed with colorful shattered glass.