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Tuesday, Dec 1st - Preliminary Business Plan and Budget Review
Wednesday, Dec 2nd - Standing Policy Committee on Planning, Development & Community Services Meeting
Wednesday, Dec 2nd - Preliminary Business Plan and Budget Review
Winter Leisure Guide Now Available
The City of Saskatoon Leisure Guide is your source for a variety of arts, culture, and recreational activities.
Winter is coming contest!
Saskatoon's first snow event was on November 24.
The contest is now closed, and the winner will be announced soon!
Want to know more about winter road maintenance?
Sign-up for notifynow
Notifynow is the City of Saskatoon’s new emergency notification system. Notifynow allows us to contact you with critical safety information during an emergency affecting your community.
Citizen Budget Results
View final data gathered from citizen input on the City’s proposed 2016 Budget.
2014 Report to Citizens: The Roads Ahead
The 2014 Report to Citizens will arrive Sunday, October 11 as an insert with the Sunday Phoenix. As a condensed version of the City’s 2014 Annual Report, this report also provides an overview of last year’s accomplishments.
2014 SSS Report now available
The City is committed to continuous improvement, and consistently exploring and implementing new ways to improve service, increase savings, and grow the city in a sustainable way. View the new 2014 Report on Service, Savings and Sustainability here.
Sign up for eBill for a chance to win a tablet
Sign up for eBill between August 4th - November 30th and you could win one of two Samsung tablets.
Let's recycle more, Saskatoon
With just a rinse, your plastic food containers are ready to recycle - find out what can and cannot be recycled.
Number of New Attainable Housing Units
City of Saskatoon programs supported 565 new attainable housing units in 2015.
Home-based businesses account for the majority of new business licenses that the City of Saskatoon issues.
Bridging Creativity and Collaboration
How do you tackle the multi-million dollar rehabilitation of Saskatoon’s iconic University Bridge?