COVID-19 - City of Saskatoon Services
City Council Meetings
City Council and its Committees have resumed in-person meetings, including public attendance, as of April 2022. Virtual attendance will continue to be accommodated. Members of the public are encouraged to follow Council and Committee meeting using the live stream if not able to attend in person.
More information can be found by visiting Upcoming and Past Meetings.
Masks continue to be required to ride. All buses are operating at full standing capacity. Enhanced cleaning protocols continue including the fogging of buses each night.
COVID-19: Staying safe on public transit
The Payment Centre, Customer Service & Collections counters located in the lobby of City Hall are open. We encourage residents to use convenient online services for a variety of programs and services.
Homebuilding, Renovations & Improvements
Starting March 1, 2022, building, development and plumbing permits can be done completely online through the City of Saskatoon’s new ePermitting system.
How to use ePermitting
In-person services for Commercial, Home Based and other business licenses are targeted to resume at City Hall this year. The Business Licensing team will continue to assist customers by phone and email and applications can continue to be made online at saskatoon.ca/businesslicenseonline.
Leisure Facilities & Programs
The latest information on Leisure Centres, seasonal facilities and attractions are available on facility and program webpages and in the seasonal Leisure Guide on saskatoon.ca/leisureguide or available to pick up at any at leisure facility, library or over 120 retail locations where the StarPhoenix is sold.
Public Engagement Activities
Check saskatoon.ca/engage for updates on public engagement opportunities with the City.