COVID-19: Bridge & walkway physical distancing measures, program registration suspensions
We are constantly reassessing developments to ensure the safety and well-being of staff and citizens and how the City delivers public services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bridge pathways, pedestrian overpasses and underpasses
With warmer temperatures in the forecast, it will be a great weekend to get out for some fresh air and go for a walk or jog. While enjoying the outdoors, always maintain a safe, two-metre (six feet) distance away from others. This is especially important while crossing Saskatoon’s many bridge pathways, pedestrian overpasses and underpasses.
Effective March 27, walkways on the Traffic Bridge are now for one-way pedestrian traffic (one-side southbound & one-side northbound). This will allow the practice of social distancing of at least 2-metres from others. The City will continue to review other bridge pathways and pedestrian overpasses, underpasses and tunnels. Crews will be posting signage on many of the pathways to remind people to respect social/physical distancing.
As a reminder, the CP Pedestrian Bridge is closed until further notice as it is not wide enough for users to keep a two-metre distance away from others — especially while passing each other.
Update: Leisure Programs and Services
Spring/Summer 2020 Program Registration
- Program registration for Spring/Summer 2020 (March 28 to August 31, 2020) has been suspended until further notice.
Spring/Summer 2020 Programs
- All spring programs scheduled for the months of April and May are cancelled. All registrants will receive a full refund. Details on the refund process will be available in the near future. Updates will be provided for June – August programming as they become available.
Updates will continue to be provided at: saskatoon.ca/covid-19