Pride Parade road restrictions; Transit route changes
Saskatoon’s annual Pride Parade will begin winding its way through downtown at 12:00 (noon) p.m. on Saturday, June 22nd. Parking and road restrictions will be in place along the entire parade route starting at 10:00 a.m.
From Kiwanis Park, the parade will move from Spadina Crescent, west on 24th Street East, south on 4th Avenue North, west on 22nd Street East, south on 1st Avenue North, and east on 20th Street East before ending at 3rd Avenue South and 19th Street East.
Saskatoon Transit will also have minor route changes and temporary bus stops in place during the Pride Parade from approximately 11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.
Downtown Terminal bus stops will operate as normal except for Route 6, 60, 62, 63 and 65 which will have temporary bus stops located on 3rd Avenue South southbound, north of 23rd Street East. Route 6 Broadway/City Centre and Route 1 Exhibition/City Centre will service downtown via the University Bridge and Route 5 City Centre will not be able to service the residences on 24th or 23rd.
For specific bus stop closure information, Transit service alerts, real-time bus locations, and arrivals check the mobile app called Transit or Google Transit on desktop. Customer Service is also available at 306-975-3100.
The City of Saskatoon proudly supports Pride Month and the annual Pride Festival celebrating diversity and raising awareness.