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Chief Whitecap Park 


Contact Information

Heather Newell
Leisure Services Branch
(306) 975-8478  
heather.newell@saskatoon.ca 

New Master Plan Information

Chief Whitecap Park Ad
(Published in the May 8, 2010 Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

Chief Whitecap Park Draft Master Plan Information Booklet
(May 2010)

Past Meetings

Information Meetings
for the Chief Whitecap Park Conceptual Park Design were held
November 17 & 18, 2009.
Meeting Storyboards:
Background Information
Something for Everyone
A Naturalized Park
Park Amenities
Interpretive Area

Steering Committee Meetings

January 29, 2009 Agenda
January 29, 2009 Minutes

October 9, 2008 Agenda
October 9, 2008 Minutes

August 6, 2008 Agenda
August 6, 2008 Minutes

July 30, 2008 Agenda
July 30, 2008 Minutes
 
June 2, 2008 Agenda
June 2, 2008 Minutes

November 5, 2007 Agenda
November 5, 2007 Minutes

June 11, 2007 Agenda
June 11, 2007 Minutes
 
March 29, 2007 Agenda
March 29, 2007 Minutes

Other Information

Master Plan Development Process
Developed by Leisure Services Department. Submitted to City Council Jan 18, 2007.
 
Stantec Consulting Ltd.
Report of Findings
Developed by Stantec Consulting Ltd. Submitted to the Steering Committee in May 2007.
 

Preliminary Concept Plan
Developed by Stantec Consulting Ltd. Submitted to Leisure Services Department in October 2008.

Preliminary Concept Plan Map
Developed by Stantec Consulting Ltd. Submitted to Leisure Services Department in October 2008.

Area Allocations Map
Developed by Stantec Consulting Ltd. Submitted to Leisure Services Department in Dec 2008.

History of Chief Whitecap Park
 

Something for Everyone

Chief Whitecap Park is located south of the city limits on Cartwright Street and is bordered by the South Saskatchewan River to the west, the Riverside Country Club to the south, and the Hamlet of Furdale to the north and east.

The City of Saskatoon is proposing a Master Plan for Chief Whitecap Park that provides “Something for Everyone”.  This proposed plan seeks to develop the park in a way that preserves its natural experience, enhances the biodiversity of its habitat, increases passive recreation and interpretive options, and provides more access.  In working with our partners, Meewasin Valley Authority, Rural Municipality (RM) of Corman Park, Whitecap Dakota First Nation and other stakeholders, the City of Saskatoon has developed a plan that best meets the needs of the broadest range of users.  The revised Master Plan describes the many programs that are able to coexist within the area.

The Chief Whitecap Park Draft Master Plan was approved by City Council in June 2010 and the Meewasin Valley Authority in September 2010.  City Administration is currently working with the RM of Corman Park to formalize the permitted program uses identified in the Master Plan and is anticipating that all Master Plan approvals will be complete by Fall 2012.

More information on the Draft Master Plan and development process can be found in the table to the right.

[Updated March 2012]




           
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