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Councillors & Wards

City Council consists of a mayor and ten councillors, elected for a term of four years.

Saskatoon uses the ward system, where electors vote only for candidates in their own ward; hence there are 10 wards.

The Province of Saskatchewan, through legislation, sets out the powers of municipal governments. City Council’s main powers are set out in The Cities Act. City Council decides which programs will be delivered, the level of service, and the allocation of human and financial resources.

The City Manager’s role is to carry out the policy and directions set by City Council and to supervise the day-to-day operations of the City.

 

2016 Ward Maps and Information 

Select a link to download the map you want:

 City-wide ward map

 City-wide ward map - with Councillors

Individual Ward Maps:

 Ward 1    Ward 6
 Ward 2    Ward 7
 Ward 3    Ward 8
 Ward 4    Ward 9
 Ward 5    Ward 10

 

 

Ward Finder 

 Please Note

If your address is a multi-unit dwelling and contains a unit and building number please separate them with a hyphen. For example: "A-123 Ave O S". Please do not include periods when abbreviating address components, for example type "1234 8th St E" instead of "1234 8th St. E." If a problem continues, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at 306-975-3240

Type the first few characters of your address and select a valid address from the dropdown.