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Be a good wingman
Be a good wingman, make a safe choice & ride the bus FREE on New Year’s Eve. Free bus service all day on New Year’s Eve.
Your 2019 Waste Collection Calendar is now online
Less paper. More options.
Get your calendar the way you want it. We’ll even send you reminders and updates so you never miss a pick up day.
Jingle Bell Express
Hop on board the Jingle Bell Express – Route 1225. Saskatoon Transit’s annual holiday bus route to all the malls!
Civic Services Survey
Help shape the City’s new Multi-Year Budget for 2020-2021. Take the Civic Services Survey on the City’s past performance, and your future priorities and preferences related to services.
Get the Guide! Keep the Guide!
The Winter Leisure Guide is now available online and will be conveniently delivered to your door starting Wednesday, November 28 or available to pick up at any of the six indoor Leisure Centres.
No time to waste!
City Council’s recent decisions on the changes to curbside waste management is a significant step towards achieving our waste diversion goal and extending the life of our landfill.
Are you hoping to sing a happy holiday tune - that’s green?
Switch to paperless eBill before November 30, 2018 for a chance to win a $250 credit on your December 2018 utility bill!
Plenty to do this winter!
WintercityYXE is your hub for winter events, activities, and facilities. Learn more about our Winter City Strategy, grant program, warming huts, and more.
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.
Improving Traffic Flow at SaskTel Centre
Dealing regularly with huge crowds, including a recent record-setting crowd of over 16,874 Metallica fans, traffic flow in and out of the Sasktel Centre during large events can be a challenge