Popular Services for Residents
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Tuesday, Jan 24th - Saskatoon North Partnership for Growth Regional Plan Open House
Tuesday, Jan 24th - Hampton Village Traffic Review
Wednesday, Jan 25th - Eastview Rezoning -- 2401 Preston Avenue-202 East Place
Let’s Talk 2020: Engagement Opportunities
All Citizens of Saskatoon are invited and welcome to “Let’s Talk Trends" Kick Off Event on January 16, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
January 2, 2017 Parking Reimbursements
If you paid for parking this past January 2nd at a City of Saskatoon parking payment terminal, you are eligible for a cash refund.
New Family Programming at City Leisure Centres
Active Families and Mommy and Me classes are now being offered at the City's Leisure Centres. Register for these and other great recreation and fitness programs today!
2017 is a Reassessment Year
In 2017, all property types in the province will have their values reassessed and updated to reflect the assessed value of the property as of January 1, 2015.
Recycle your Live Christmas Tree
Find out where the City’s temporary drop-off sites for recycling live Christmas trees are located. The sites are open from December 26 to January 31.
Shaping Saskatoon: Online Citizen Engagement
Visit our online tool to provide feedback and ideas on many City programs and initiatives.
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 30 or available to pick up at any of the six indoor Leisure Centres.
Shaping Our Financial Future
Find information on the City’s annual budget planning process, budget related reports and results of recent public engagement here.
Population Growth and Rate of Change
On December 31, 2016, Saskatoon’s average year over year population growth was estimated at 1.9%.
Participation Rates for City Recreation and Cultural Facilities
Overall participation in city recreation programming and at cultural facilities increased in 2015 to more than 1.7 million people.
Thinking Pink, Even in the Most Unexpected Places
A breast cancer awareness initiative made local headlines and grabbed the attention of residents when a pink fire truck hit the streets out of Fire Station No. 1 on October 1, 2016.