We present results of polarimetric observations of Saturn"s moon Enceladus carried out from April 14, 2010 to April 13, 2013 in WR spectral band (550-750 nm). We used 2.6-m telescope equipped with a one-channel photoelectric photometer-polarimeter (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory). The measurements were performed at phase angles ranging from 1.65° to 5.71°. The phase-angle dependence of linear polarization of Enceladus was obtained using the results of our observations. Results obtained are discussedin terms of existing models of light scattering by regolith surfaces.