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Construction in Saskatoon is inevitable every summer and millions of dollars are invested annually into ensuring our roads, sidewalks and bridges remain safe. To help reduce the impact to residents and to save on costs and improve efficiency, much of the road and sidewalk work is done in conjunction with underground utility upgrades, such as water main replacements.  

On this page, you will find details about construction underway, links to more information about larger projects, and a preview into what’s to come in the next couple of years.

Current Construction

In 2021, $63.5 million is going toward making Saskatoon's streets, bridges, and sidewalks smoother, safer and longer lasting. The City has 165 lane kilometers of road construction of all types planned. Major projects include resurfacing the east bound lanes of College Drive from Central Avenue to the City limits, rehabilitating the overpass at Circle Drive and 8th Street, and resurfacing 8th Street from Broadway Avenue to Lorne Avenue.  All current construction projects can be viewed on the Road Restrictions and Construction Projects Map

Water main work is also a major part of the construction plan this year. 23 kilometers of water mains and sanitary sewer mains are scheduled for replacement and repair in neighbourhoods like Nutana, Montgomery, Caswell Hill, Riversdale and along 20th Street West. For details regarding major water main replacement and rehabilitation projects in 2021, please visit this page.  820 old water and sewer service connections will be replaced as well. 

Stay Updated on Construction

The Daily Road Report provides information on year-round road restrictions in high traffic and high speed streets that may impact your commute. You can view it and subscribe to receive it in your e-mail under the News section on the homepage.

Future Construction

The City consistently monitors, maintains, and preserves roads, sidewalks, bridges, and water and sewer infrastructure. To see projected areas of treatment and preservation (2020-2022), please view the Asset Preservation Interactive Map. All locations, projects and treatments listed within the map are only projections and are subject to change. 

How to use the map:

  • Open it in Google Chrome
  • Select the legend in the left hand corner
  • Enter the street you are interested in
  • The street will be highlighted if work is planned between 2020-2022

If you would like to report a safety concern that may not be identified in the 2020-2022 Asset Preservation Plan, please contact the Customer Care Centre at or call 306-975-2476. More information about the City's Asset Preservation Programs is available under "Related Pages" in the right column of this page. 

Please visit the links in the right column of this page to learn more about the City’s road maintenance, and water and sewer programs.