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The Government of Saskatchewan, through the Ministry of Highways & Infrastructure, is engaging in a functional planning study which will determine how the Saskatoon Freeway will look and operate.
2nd Annual Student Art Contest
Your next canvas could be a city bus! All students from Grade 3 & 7 are eligible to submit their art as a class or individually to the 2nd Annual Student Art Contest. This year we are looking for art that celebrates Active Transportation. What will inspire you?
Good Neighbours Burn Responsibly!
Use proper safety precautions, follow regulations and consider nearby properties when enjoying an outdoor fire.
Find your sweep day
Residential street sweeping starts Monday, May 6. Thanks for watching for our yellow signs and moving your car!
Are you ready for Green Cart season?
Register or renew your Green Cart by April 30 to get the $55 Early Bird rate! Collections begin May 3.
Your April Utility Statement Has a New Look!
Watch for your new utility statement in April. Less complicated. Easier to read. Everything just got clearer.
Get the Guide! Keep the Guide!
The Spring / Summer Leisure Guide is now available online and will be delivered to households on Wednesday, March 6 or available to pick up at any of the six indoor Leisure Centres.
Household Glass Pilot Program
Residents are encouraged to ‘take it, don’t break it’ and avoid potential glass breakage by taking clean glass jars and bottles to their nearest SARCAN recycling depot.
Key Civic Infrastructure Status
Funding has been increasing to maintain key infrastructure, particularly “roads and sidewalks.” Increased investment is needed to meet "B Service Levels" in the future.
This measures our success in significantly increasing the proportion of transit users and cyclists and decreasing the proportion of people who drive to work.
Improving Traffic Flow at SaskTel Centre
Dealing regularly with huge crowds, including a recent record-setting crowd of over 16,874 Metallica fans, traffic flow in and out of the Sasktel Centre during large events can be a challenge