Popular Services for Residents
Popular Services for Business
Monday, Oct 5th - Standing Policy Committee on Planning, Development & Community Services Meeting
Monday, Oct 5th - Standing Policy Committee on Finance Meeting
Wednesday, Oct 7th - Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee
Scheduled maintenance this weekend
Planned maintenance is scheduled to take place this weekend, Friday, October 2 to Sunday, October 4 and may temporarily affect some services on Saskatoon.ca. If you encounter difficulties, please try again after a few minutes.
Open House at Fire station No. 1 on Oct. 4
The Open House will include live burn, fire extinguisher and sprinkler demonstrations. Plan on attending! This event is great for families, and is always a huge success.
Bi-weekly Garbage Collection Begins Oct. 5
Starting the week of Oct. 5 garbage will be picked up every two weeks. Put waste in the right place and you can reduce the garbage that goes into your black cart.
New! Lower LeisureCard Rates
We heard you Saskatoon! We have lowered LeisureCard prices. Watch for more LeisureCard ‘perks’ coming in 2016.
Notify the City about your move
ExpressAddress offers residential customers a convenient way to notify the City of Saskatoon (or other participating organizations) about your move.
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.
What moves you, Saskatoon?
The City’s first Active Transportation Plan is now underway! Learn more and share your vision for making active forms of transportation attractive transportation choices for residents.
Building Better Roads
In 2015, $53 million is being invested in road repairs and maintenance. Check the latest construction timelines, seasonal maintenance schedules and road restrictions map.
Number of New Attainable Housing Units
Thinking Outside the Box Results in Savings
The Fire Department thinks "0utside of the box" to make more than $16.8 million in current and potential savings – without affecting service quality or response times.