Popular Services for Residents
Popular Services for Business
Monday, Oct 21st - Governance and Priorities Committee
Tuesday, Oct 22nd - Kahkewistahaw Urban Reserve Signing Ceremony
Monday, Oct 28th - City Council Regular Business Meeting
Free Transit for Special Pass Holders on Election Day
Download a pass for free Transit service on Election Day, Oct 21. Print, display on a mobile phone or pick up a hard copy at Transit Customer Service, a library or leisure centre. Passes will be valid for the full day & can be used multiple times on all routes.
2019 Federal Election Local Candidates: Survey on Gas Tax Funding
Check back after October 15, 2019 to view answers from the local candidates who participated.
Turning data into climate action across Canada!
Google's data driven approach allows residents to explore and help inspire action for Saskatoon
COMMUNITY CONSULTATION: Wednesday, October 16, 2019
You’re invited to participate - and be heard! Plan to attend the presentations/highly interactive discussion focused on crime and community safety in Saskatoon!
Create your own Curbside Swap!
Redefine your space by giving away your stuff to someone or find free stuff of your own! #yxeCurbsideSwap
Sewers are being clogged! Is yours one of them?
Fatty food products (oils and grease), hygiene products, etc. are crappy to your sewer system! #PreventIrritableSewerSyndrome
Fraud Scheme Updates
The City is committed to openness, accountability and transparency when it comes to finances. Read More to find News Releases on the recent online fraud scheme perpetrated on the City .
Get the Guide! Keep the Guide!
The Fall Guide is now available online and will be delivered to households on Wednesday, August 7 or available to pick up at any of the six indoor Leisure Centres.
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.
Your City - Traffic Bylaw
Imagine the free-for-all on streets and sidewalks if the Traffic Bylaw did not exist! Watch the video, and start with a snack-sized version of top ten questions residents ask us at saskatoon.ca/trafficbylaw