Civic Square is an area available to the public to gather in a peaceful and respectful manner.
COVID-19 Response: Civic Square Bookings
Saskatchewan moved to Step Three of the Re-Opening Roadmap on Sunday, July 11 removing all public health orders including the province-wide mandatory masking order and the removal of limits on events and gathering sizes. As the province continues to offer vaccinations, all residents should continue to self-monitor for symptoms. Stay home if you are sick and seek a COVID-19 test.
Submit your application on time. A minimum of five (5) business days and maximum of 30 days is requested.
Events must not interfere with the public's access to Civic Square and enjoyment of the surrounding grounds. This permit does not give the applicant exclusive use of either City Hall, or the adjacent grounds. Free public access is to be allowed to all areas of City Hall that are accessible during regular business hours.
Vehicles are not to be driven on City Hall grounds, even when delivering supplies
What you can expect from us
Once your application is received, a response will be sent within five (5) business days of the submission date. Applications received less than five (5) days in advance of an event may not be approved.
Applications will be considered on a first come first serve basis. In the event there is a timing conflict, preference shall be given to community activities sponsored or supported by civic departments and agencies.
Permission to use of Civic Square should not be regarded as a commitment by the City to allow its use in future years. Any regularly scheduled event must make a new application for future dates.