Road Maintenance & Repair
Construction includes intersection improvements, road/bridge rehabilitation, sidewalk work, water main replacements and other infrastructure improvements.
Beginning late spring or early summer, City crews grade all gravel back lanes by neighbourhood.
Roads really matter to the people of Saskatoon and every year, City Council invests more than $61 million for road rehabilitation and maintenance to make our streets, bridges and sidewalks, smoother, safer and longer-lasting.
The City treats pre-selected gravel roads within the City limits twice per year.
Street Sweeping occurs twice yearly to remove sand, leaves and debris.
Road lines help drivers maintain proper position on roadways, separate opposite flows of traffic and help indicate and direct traffic into the proper channels.
Once the snow melts and the hot asphalt mix is available for use in the spring, the City begins repairing known potholes and utility cuts. Use our online map to report a pothole on a city street.