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Saskatoon's Guide to Re-opening

On April 23, the Government of Saskatchewan announced the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan - a methodical 5 phased approach to slowly lift restrictions and re-open businesses and services.   

The City supports and will fully comply with both the guidelines and restrictions under the current Public Health Order as required by the Chief Medical Health Officer and regulated under the Re-open Saskatchewan plan.   

The City will respond as quickly as we can as details are released around which facilities, programs and affected services are permitted under future Phases. 

Check back for frequent updates. 

Re-Open Saskatchewan plan 
City of Saskatoon’s Response 
May 4 
Medical services, angling & boat launch 
Boat launch (Broadway Bridge) open
May 15 
Golf courses 
June 1 
Parks & campgrounds 
Physical distancing
Groups/gatherings: 10 people​
Phase 2  May 19  Retail & personal care services Public pay parking and other parking enforcement measures including on-street parking time limit of 72 hours in residential areas, Residential Parking Program (RPP) zones - reinstated May 25 
    Outdoor individual recreation Tennis & Pickleball Courts open
Physical distancing
Groups/gatherings: 10 people​
June 8 
Restaurants & licensed establishments at 50% capacity, gyms & fitness facilities, child care facilities, places of worship, remaining personal care services 
Saskatoon Transit will resume loading passengers and collecting fares at the front doors - June 8
Physical distancing
Outdoor gatherings: 30 people
Indoor gatherings: 15 people
Indoor & outdoor recreation, entertainment facilities 
    Physical distancing
Gatherings: 30 people
Consider lifting long-term restrictions