Popular Services for Residents
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Monday, May 2nd - Standing Policy Committee on Finance
Wednesday, May 4th - Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee
Monday, May 9th - Standing Policy Committee on Transportation
Chance to win an Eton Smartphone
You could have a chance to win one of four Eton Smartphone Charging Radios with Solar Power by answering a few simple questions
Broadway Transit Detours Start May 2
Starting May 2, 2016 transit detours are in effect due to current work at Five Corners (Broadway & 12th) for the next 3 weeks.
Next Test: Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 6pm
notifynow sends you timely, trusted and targeted emergency information so you’ll know what to do, where to go, and what to expect should an emergency occur city-wide, or in your neighbourhood. Be prepared!
Pothole App now relaunched
Please help us locate potholes on Saskatoon streets with this map. Pothole repairs are prioritized based on their size, depth, location within the roadway.
Facts on Transit Contract Negotiations
We want to provide our employees and residents with the facts about ongoing Transit contract negotiations.
Letter to Citizens
A letter to Citizens provides more perspective and clarity on City's use of external consultants.
Report a Traffic Issue
This new online interactive map provides citizens with the opportunity to report a traffic issue or concern associated with traffic, road signage/signals and safety on any Saskatoon street.
New Citizen Advisory Panel
As a member of our new Citizen Advisory Panel, you will be invited to provide your input on a range of topics that affect our City, from specific feedback on programs and services, to broader decisions that affect the direction of our City to shape Saskatoon’s future.
Supply of Residential and Industrial Land
Supplies of serviced land for residential and industrial development have met or exceeded targets over the last four years.
Participation Rates for City Recreation and Cultural Facilities
Overall participation in city recreation programming and at cultural facilities increased in 2014 to just fewer than 1.6 million people.
Bright Ideas in the Bridge City
Stushnoff and Ziegler are currently providing leadership to three exciting initiatives under the City’s plan.