Sturgis is a town of 620 people in east central Saskatchewan, Canada. The Town of Sturgis 95 km north of Yorkton on Highway 9. It is located in the Assiniboine river valley near the lakes and woods region of the province.
The Town of Sturgis had a recorded population of 620 in 2011. Despite area competition for business and new residents this was a 7.8% increase since the 2006 Canadian census. Sturgis, a part of census division 9, had a somewhat larger percentage increase in population versus a growth rate of 1.7% in the greater census district since the last census.
Sturgis occupies a total land area of about 3.5 square kilometers. The town has a population density of 181.6 people per square kilometer. The density for the census district is 2.3 persons per square kilometer and 1.8 persons per square kilometer for Saskatchewan as a whole.
In 2011 the median age of the population in Sturgis increased in 2001 to 51.2 years of age versus 49.7 in 2006. The median age of the division was 46.1 in 2011 and 38.2 for the province.