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Thursday, Sep 21st - Active Agers Week - Saskatoon Field House
Thursday, Sep 21st - Board of Police Commissioners
Friday, Sep 22nd - Active Agers Week - Lawson Civic Centre
2017 Municipal Heritage Awards: Now Accepting Applications
Consider entering your project, there are a variety of submission categories. Applications accepted until 5:00 p.m., Friday, October 20, 2017.
Bus Stop Blues - 7 Days Remain
Post a photo and the location of the stop that needs improvement with the hashtag #busstopbluesyxe to @stoontransit,@cityofsaskatoon;or City of Saskatoon Facebook Page and it may be chosen for an upgrade.
Wîcihitowin Conference 2017
Register now for the Wîcihitowin Aboriginal Engagement Conference on October 11-12. The conference brings experts and leaders together to take action on building respectful Aboriginal engagement and inclusion.
Join Orange Shirt Day - Sept. 30
Join schools and communities across Saskatoon by wearing orange to honour children who survived Residential Schools on Saturday, September 30.
Get the Guide! Keep the Guide!
The Fall Leisure Guide is now available online and will be conveniently delivered to your door starting Wednesday, August 9 or available to pick up at any of the Leisure Centres.
2016 Saskatoon Strides Report
Our new 2016 Saskatoon Strides Report shows how we’re making Saskatoon a better city every day through our positive strides on service, savings and sustainability.
Saskatoon Interchange Project
Learn about the Saskatoon Interchange Project and view 3D renderings.
Mandatory Water Meter Upgrades
City-wide water meter upgrades are underway and will continue for the next five years for every home in Saskatoon. Installers are currently working in Silverspring and Exhibition.
Residential Infill Development
Check out our progress towards the Residential Infill Development target here.
Lost Time Injury Frequency
The target focuses on eliminating incidents and causes of injuries which result in lost time from work.
A New Road for a New Division
The Roadways and Operations division is under new direction and this means renewed focus on community engagement and continuous improvement.