The Greenhouse and Conservatory Program is responsible for providing and maintaining floral displays for public viewing and/or landscape enhancement in the Civic Conservatory, City Hall and other civic facilities as well as major public roadways, parks and public open spaces.
Consultants, Developers, Contractors, Suppliers and Individuals interested in parks development and construction can view the City of Saskatoon's current Park Development Guidelines and Standard Construction Specifications: Parks Division.
Saskatoon has over 200 parks available for its citizens to enjoy. Find one near you. There are different services and amenities at each park. Find out what your favourite park has to offer, or explore new parks throughout the city.
The City of Saskatoon would like to remind homeowners and contractors about the importance of gaining approval before accessing a park.
The City of Saskatoon provides valuable opportunities for individuals or groups looking to operate a seasonal business relating to sport, recreation and/or cultural events within designated City parks.
As of January 1, 2016, outdoor public places owned or operated by the City such as parks and trails, playgrounds, sports fields, spray pads, outdoor and paddling pools, skateboard sites, golf courses, tennis courts, dog parks, public squares and areas around civic buildings are smoke-free.
New neighbourhoods mean new parks! We are constantly planning and designing new parks as well as refurbishing parks in established neighbourhoods. Check out our new park plans.
Centrally located at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Warman Road since 1905, it is easily accessible by car and public transport. The street address is 1502 2nd Ave N.