Welcome to VVCA

Varsity View & Grosvenor Park are dynamic neighbourhoods bordering the University of Saskatchewan and a short walk away from the beautiful Meewasin Valley. Residents of all ages appreciate the beauty and vibrancy of these neighbourhoods. Please enjoy our website and get to know us better.

The Varsity View Community Association is a vibrant, volunteer-driven group that is always happy to welcome new members.

Located near the University of Saskatchewan and encompassing the neighbourhood of Grosvenor Park, the area’s population includes seniors, growing families, and university students.

The Association works to meet the needs of all residents. It organizes events, delivers recreational and leisure programs, coordinates sports programs for children/youth and maintains the outdoor rink at Brunskill School.


Important Upcoming Events:

December 4, 2018 – publication of digital (PDF) Winter 2019 VVCA newsletter for Varsity View and Grosvenor Park neighbourhoods. A downloadable PDF version is available now here.
Tuesday January 8 & Thursday January 10 2019 – VVCA Winter program registration, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, Brunskill School, small gym.
Wednesday January 16 2018 – VVCA board meeting, 7:00 PM, Brunskill School, Library. Public is welcome to attend.


Recent VVCA News Posts:

  • BRT Follow-up - take a look on-line at the information presented at the sessions, including route maps...
  • President Murray Park parking restrictions - New parking restrictions are planned for streets bordering President Murray Park...
  • Meaning of Home Contest - invites Grades 4, 5 and 6 students from across Canada to submit a written poem or essay explaining what home means to them...
  • Highrise at College & Clarence - The VVCA, together with our residents, has spent hundreds of hours developing an understanding of what this means for our community and what our position should be...
  • City BRT Engagement - information on potential routing on-site, as well as knowledgeable staff members to answer any questions you may have...
  • SCOA Events - Saskatoon Council on Aging events in November...
  • City BRT Sessions - These engagement sessions are an opportunity for you to review potential BRT routing and Downtown AAA Cycling Network options...
  • SCOA Events - Saskatoon Council on Aging is a non-profit, community-based organization serving the approximately 79,000 older adults in Saskatoon and area...
  • YFF: I am War - Yorkton Film Festival presents a film in observance of Remembrance Week...
  • Bus Rapid Transit - the City of Saskatoon is planning a number of engagement events around the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system...