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City Hall Lobby is open with a limited number of in-person services; the remainder of City Hall remains closed to the public. Learn more about the City’s response to COVID-19 and changes to programs and services.


Interactive Map

This map provides the locations of schools, parks, leisure facilities, sports fields, points of interest, and parcels.

           General Map 

Neighbourhood Maps

Looking for a street or the name of a park? This indexed street map makes it easy to find what you’re looking for. Neighbourhood names are clearly defined and finding your way to the nearest golf course is easy. This map is constantly updated whenever a change occurs and we have also added proposed street names to help you navigate around.

             Neighbourhood Boundaries with 100 Block & Street Index (36x57)
             Neighbourhood Boundaries with Major Streets (11x17)
              Individual Neighbourhood Address Maps

Projected Growth Concept Plan

When different divisions from the City of Saskatoon come together to develop a Projected Growth Plan the map that was created shows how our city might look in the future. Proposed neighbourhoods and future roadways with their interchanges are clearly marked. Planned transit and new bridges are added to show how easy it will be to move around our city in the very near future. The map is purely conceptual and indicates proposed growth that may be subject to change.

            Projected Growth Concept Plan (52x36)

Zoning Map

This zoning map is part of the Official Zoning Bylaw and with that, all development within the City of Saskatoon is regulated for the health, safety and general welfare of its inhabitants.  This map also allows us to visualize how the city is laid out in regards to how land is developed. Due to the scale of this map you may have to view our Zoning Address Maps (ZAM) for a more accurate map of your property.  

           Consolidated Zoning Map (48x36)
            Individual Neighbourhood Zoning Address Maps (ZAM)

Official Community Plan Map

This Official Community Plan Map is part of the Official Community Plan Bylaw. The bylaw was established to provide a framework to define, direct, and evaluate development in the City of Saskatoon, ensuring that development takes place in an orderly and rational manner, balancing the environmental, social, and economic needs of the community.

           Official Community Plan Map (48x36)
           Official Community Plan Phasing Map (48x36)

Official Community Plan Policy Maps

The Official Community Plan Land use Policy Maps are maps for the individual neighbourhoods that are not displayed on the Official Community Plan Map (above). The detail was too fine so individual maps had to be created so that the land use was legible.

           Caswell Hill                City Park
           King George               Nutana
           Broadway                   Pleasant Hill
           Riversdale                  Sutherland
           Varsity View               West Industrial

Miscellaneous Maps

        Tourism Saskatoon General Points of Interest
        2016 Civic Election Map with Polls
        Boundary Alteration & Historical Expansion
        Heritage Properties


How to Order Maps
Map Description Cost PST (6%) GST (5%) Total
1 - Neighbourhood Boundaries Map (57x36) $18.02 $1.08 $0.90 $20.00
2a - Projected Growth Concept Plan (52x36) $18.02 $1.08 $0.90 $20.00
2b - Projected Growth Concept Plan (17x11) $2.50 $0.15 $0.13 $2.78
3 - Consolidated Zoning Map (48x36) $18.02 $1.08 $0.90 $20.00
4a - OCP Map (Land Use) (48x36) $18.02 $1.08 $0.90 $20.00
4b - OCP Individual Policy Map (8.5x11) $1.00 $0.06 $0.05 $1.11
5 - OCP Phasing Map (48x36) $18.02 $1.08 $0.90 $20.00
6 - Boundary Alteration map (30x24) $18.02 $1.08 $0.90 $20.00
7 - 2016 Civic Election map (48x36) $18.02 $1.08 $0.90 $20.00

Maps may be viewed or purchased in person during office hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday at City Hall, 3rd floor.

Map orders from within Saskatoon should be picked up in person.

Shipping and Handling Charges: Charge is for full cost recovery. Minimum charges as follows:

             Envelopes - $2.50
             Mailing Tube - cost is dependant on destination  ~$25

Cash, cheque, debit, credit cards (Visa, M.C.) or money order may be used to make payments. Applicable taxes are added to the total cost of map and publication orders. The City of Saskatoon Community Services Department does not maintain personal or business charge accounts.

Prices are subject to change without notice.

Custom Mapping

Custom maps may be ordered subject to availability of data and staff resources. Service charges for providing custom requests are based on industry standard rates. The service of providing custom maps relates to the time spent processing the maps, the media used, plotting charges and any shipping or handling.

Once you have decided what data you require you can contact us at 306-975-2645. A staff member will provide you with an estimate of the cost and expected time of completion . Please bear in mind that requests for custom maps must be incorporated into our ongoing work schedule.

The following rates apply to all custom map requests:

Labour Charge (if applicable), where a staff member is required to create a custom graphic or format, and/or manipulate spatial data in any way: $38.50/hour (minimum 1 hour).

Processing Charge (if applicable), where time is used to collect data and/or analyze statistics: $50.00/hour

Plotting (Large Format) Charge, where a hard copy of a line drawing or map is requested: Vector maps are $3.00 per linear foot and maps or images that contain full ink coverage are $6.00 per linear foot.

Shipping and Handling Charges (if applicable), where a map is mailed or shipped to a client the charge is for full cost recovery. Minimum charges as follows:

Envelopes - $2.50
Mailing Tube - cost is dependent on destination  ~$25