Corridor Proposed Land Use Plans
This work is part of the Housing Action Plan endorsed by City Council in May 2023 intended to increase available housing in Saskatoon. There may be some changes to the program at the request of Minister Sean Fraser as part of the City's application to the Housing Accelerator Fund, however specific details are not known at this time and will be shared as soon as available.
The Corridor Planning team completed a series of come-and-go public engagement sessions in October and November 2023 to gather feedback on proposed land use plans for five corridor plan areas (largely within Circle Drive): 22nd Street, 8th Street, Nutana, Preston, and Woodlawn. The maps and displays presented at these sessions are available below.
See below for the proposed land use map for each area, or see all areas together using our online survey.
|Corridor Plan Area||Proposed Land Use Map||Event (completed)|
|22nd Street||Proposed 22nd Street Map||October 11 at Station 20 West|
|Nutana||Proposed Nutana Map||October 18 at Cosmopolitan Seniors Centre|
|Preston||Proposed Preston Map||October 26 at Round Prairie Library|
|Woodlawn||Proposed Woodlawn Map||November 1 at St. Michael School|
|8th Street||Proposed 8th Street Map||November 9 at The Centre Mall|
Share Your Input Online (all areas)
For people who are unable to attend in-person, we have created an interactive presentation and survey form available here. Please respond by Thursday, November 30th.
If you are already familiar with the background information, you can use this link to jump directly to the survey.
For any inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the first round of public sessions on land use in these five corridor plan areas. A second round will occur in January, and then the proposed land use plans will be presented to City Council for approval. If the plans receive City Council approval, the Corridor Planning team will lead the rezoning process at no cost for any interested landowner who opts in for the rezoning. This rezoning must conform to the proposed land use plans and is intended to incentivize development of new housing. The opt-in rezoning process will begin in Spring 2024. Ultimately, the timing for when redevelopment actually occurs depends on individual landowners who opt in, when they wish to redevelop or to sell (to a developer) for redevelopment.
This work is part of the Housing Action Plan endorsed by City Council in May 2023 intended to increase available housing in Saskatoon.
Corridor Growth Area Interactive Map
This interactive map shows all of the corridor plan areas across Saskatoon that are part of the Corridor Growth Area (including some corridor areas excluded from this current work).
Note: For information on proposed land use and zoning for the College Corridor Plan area, please visit the College Corridor Plan project page.