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Local Area Planning

Exhibition Area LAP Survey

Exhibition Area LAP stakeholders please complete our survey

Local Area Planning gives residents an active role in determining the future of their neighbourhood. Residents, business owners, property owners, community groups and other stakeholders form a partnership with the City of Saskatoon to develop goals and strategies aimed at improving the long-term success of their community.

What are Local Area Plans (LAPs)?

LAPs are a public, participation-based approach to developing comprehensive neighbourhood plans that enable residents, business owners, property owners, community groups and other stakeholders to provide direct input into determining the future of their community. LAPs set out objectives and policies that guide the growth and development of Saskatoon neighbourhoods.

During the development of a LAP, participants work together to identify issues, develop goals and outline strategies to ensure the long-term success of their neighbourhood. By working together with the City of Saskatoon, through guidance of the Planning and Development Division, participants make recommendations to City Administration and City Council in the LAP.

Neighbourhood Safety is a significant component of the LAP. Using the principles of Safe Growth and CPTED, the Safety section of the LAP develops a community-centered approach to crime and perception of safety. Community members with local knowledge and experience work with the City to develop strategies to reduce the opportunity for crime, and improve perception of safety. 

Plans in Progress

Exhibition Local Area Plan

Neighbourhood Planning wants stakeholders in the Exhibition Area to help identify what matters most to them in the study area. Please fill out the survey at the link below to let us know what you want to address during the Local Area Planning process. The study area for the Exhibition LAP is Taylor Street to the North, Broadway Avenue to the East, Ruth Street (East of Lorne Avenue) and Circle Drive (West of Lorne Avenue) to the South, and the riverbank to the West. Click here for a map of the study area.  

Exhibition Area LAP Stakeholders please complete our LAP Survey

In November of 2018 the City launched an LAP for the Exhibition neighbourhood.  To kick-start the process, we are asking residents to show us what they love most about living in Exhibition by sharing photos of their favourite place, activity or anything in the neighbourhood they enjoy.  We will be gathering more information through a neighbourhood-wide survey in the coming weeks, followed by community engagement events in 2019 that will continue throughout the Plan's development.  Visit to get involved and sign up for project updates.  

Montgomery Place Local Area Plan

On November 19, 2018 the Montgomery Place Local Area Plan was adopted by City Council. Neighbourhood Planning would like to thank everyone involved for their hard work in creating this LAP.

The plan combines input from over 200 Montgomery Place residents, contributions from over 70 members of City Administration, 11 Public LAP Meetings, multiple surveys, a sound study, and 3 open houses. 

The Local Area Plan and Local Area Plan Summary Report for Montgomery Place are available at the links below:

Montgomery Place Local Area Plan

Montgomery Place Local Area Plan Summary Report

Implementation of the 50 short-, medium-, and long-term recommendations is already underway. Periodic updates on implementation will be shared with the community. 

For more information please use the Contact Us section found on this page.

Meadowgreen Local Area Plan

The Meadowgreen LAP was officially adopted by City Council on June 26, 2017. Implementation of the 25 short-, medium-, and long-term recommendations has begun. Updates will be posted in the future. Thank you to the Meadowgreen LAP Committee for your support!

Plans Being Implemented

Airport Industrial Local Area Plan

Caswell Hill Local Area Plan

Mayfair & Kelsey-Woodlawn Local Area Plan

Meadowgreen Local Area Plan

Montgomery Place Local Area Plan

Pleasant Hill Local Area Plan
The Pleasant Hill Village project was officially launched in June 2009. The redevelopment project is moving forward to create a village-like environment in the Pleasant Hill area, in keeping with the Pleasant Hill Local Area Plan.