Saskatoon is fortunate to be situated on the South Saskatchewan River. The river provides an abundant source of fresh water that starts in the Bow and Oldman rivers in Alberta.
The treatment of water and waste water, use significant energy and chemical inputs, generating environmental and financial concerns as the city grows.
Maximum Daily Demand for Water
Maximum Daily Demand is a measure of peak water use relative to the capacities of our Water Treatment Plant.
City of Saskatoon Water Use
City buildings, operations, and parks require a lot of water. Water conservation is important if we are to meet our sustainability and GHG emission-reduction goals.