Please budget at least 15-20 minutes to complete this survey. This survey will be open until the end of Friday December 10.
Corridor plans are a framework for future development to transform major streets, or “corridors” near the future Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) routes into places for people. The College Corridor Plan covers the area located along College Drive and Preston Avenue, beside the University of Saskatchewan lands. For a map of the College Corridor Plan study area, background information about this project’s objectives and process, and to sign up for our Corridor Planning email newsletter, please visit saskatoon.ca/engage/college-corridor-plan.
In response to the input received from the community in early November, the project team has developed a few potential scenarios for distributing density in the study area. The goal of this survey is to build a single, refined option based on community input on the different potential scenarios presented here: 1) College Drive Scenario #1 2) College Drive Scenario #2 3) College Drive Scenario #3 4) Preston Scenario #1 5) Preston Scenario #2
Survey results are anonymous and no identifying information will be included in our reports, unless you are completing the survey on behalf of an organization and choose to provide your organization’s name in the “Tell us about yourself” section.
The City of Saskatoon is undertaking the design of the permanent closure of 14th Street East between Lansdowne Avenue and Temperance Street. This connection was recommended for closure through the Nutana Neighbourhood Traffic Review which was conducted in 2014 and adopted by Council in May 2015. The closure was installed temporarily in 2016. The permanent closure has been approved by City Council.
Thank you to everyone that has provided input so far. We received your feedback via the design charrette (September 2017), and multiple stakeholder working group meetings (Spring and Summer 2018). We considered all of the concerns and feedback as we developed designs for the permanent closure options.
The proposed design for the 14th Street permanent closure has been posted to Saskatoon.ca/ntr and will be discussed at the Teams Live meeting. We would appreciate the opportunity to get your thoughts on the design. There are two ways to participate and provide us with your feedback:
Microsoft Teams Live Event Thursday, September 17th, 8:30 pm Link to the meeting is available at Saskatoon.ca/ntr You do not need to download the app to participate.
Project Information: Saskatoon.ca/ntr Go to www.saskatoon.ca/ntr Click on the 2014 accordion Details for the meeting will be shown under the Nutana heading
Next Steps FALL 2020: Finalize design. WINTER 2021: Tender contract. SPRING/SUMMER 2021: Construct permanent closure.
The City is committed to promoting active transportation and providing transportation choices that are safe and comfortable for people of all ages and abilities year-round.
The Neighbourhood Bikeways Project was initiated in February 2020 to help identify measures to provide more travel choices and improve safety, accessibility and connectivity. The project included the evaluation and design of walking and cycling facility improvements for 14th Street, from Saskatchewan Crescent to Cumberland Avenue.
Thank you to everyone that has provided input so far. We received your feedback via Saskatoon.ca/engage, email, phone calls and in-person at the first meeting held on March 4, 2020.
We considered all of the concerns and feedback as we developed designs for the study area corridors. Information from the first round of engagement can be found at Saskatoon.ca/engage
The proposed design for 14th Street will be discussed at the Teams Live meeting and posted to Saskatoon.ca/engage after the meeting date. We would appreciate the opportunity to get your thoughts on our draft design. There are two ways to participate and provide us with your feedback:
Microsoft Teams Live Event Thursday, September 17th, 7:00 pm Link to the meeting is available at Saskatoon.ca/engage You do not need to download the app to participate. Note that the meeting will be recorded and posted to the engage page.
Online: Saskatoon.ca/Engage Go to www.saskatoon.ca/engage In the Filter Projects drop down menu select Neighbourhood Bikeways Project. Click Apply. Click on the project tile to open the Engage page. To join the discussion, log in with your Disqus, Facebook, Twitter or Google account.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Saskatoon has reviewed all construction projects planned for 2020. It has been determined that the Clarence Avenue Water Main Replacement Project will proceed as planned, but with some modifications to the original planned construction area (see map). This work includes essential upgrades to existing infrastructure that, if delayed, could mean further, unplanned disruptions. The replacement of older water mains brings several benefits: Decreased susceptibility to breakage, failures and service disruptions Restoration of roadways, resulting in smooth ‘like new’ surfaces Replacement or rehabilitation of sidewalks within the work area To ensure the least amount of restrictions to driveway access and parking, construction will be phased:
Phase 1: o Clarence Avenue from 8th Street East to 12th Street East, including the intersection of Clarence Avenue and 12th Street East
Phase 2: o Clarence Avenue from 12th Street East to Colony Street
Phase 3: o Clarence Avenue from Colony Street to College Drive
Phase 4: o Temperance Street from Munroe Avenue to Wiggins Avenue o Munroe Avenue between Temperance Street and back lane of 1200 block of Temperance Street o Back Lane of 1200 block of Temperance Street o Wiggins Avenue between back lane of 1200 block of Temperance Street and Temperance Street
During this project, all lead water service connections and sewer service connections between College Drive and 8th Street East, and on the 1200 block of Temperance Street, will be replaced.
Councillor Cynthia Block will host a Virtual Block Party on June 4 at 7pm through Facebook Live to learn more about what is happening in your neighbourhood. The Mayor will also join our event to help answer your questions.
What’s on your mind? Let’s talk.
• Roads and Sidewalks • Taxes • Climate • Core Services • Safety • Something else? Submit your questions in advance at: bit.ly/ward6blockparty
To add a little Block Party flavour, the Mayor and Cynthia will each make a potluck dish, and make a contactless delivery following the event. All you have to do is share one of your favourite recipes in the event comments to be eligible for the draw. Cut off time to submit is 7pm on June 4.
Water Main and Lead Connection Replacement Project – Public Information Session Invitation
Earlier you were notified that during the 2020 construction season the City will be completing a water main and lead connection replacement project on Clarence Avenue between College Drive and 8th Street and on Aird Street between Clarence Avenue and Munroe Avenue. Since this notification, we have also added additional locations to this project which include:
Temperance Street from Clarence Avenue to Wiggins Avenue South;
The back lane of Aird Street and Temperance Street from Munroe Avenue to Wiggins Avenue South;
Munroe Avenue from Temperance Street to Aird Street.
The water main and lead connection replacement project scheduled in your neighbourhood this construction season will include the following improvements and will occur in phases in order to minimize the disruptions to residents:
Replacement of water mains;
Lead connection replacements;
Restoration of roadways, resulting in smooth, ‘like new’ road surfaces;
Rehabilitation of sidewalks.
For a detailed overview on the project and to have your questions answered, you are invited to attend a come and go public information session: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 Albert Community Centre 610 Clarence Avenue 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
You are also encouraged to sign up to receive updates prior to and during the project. To sign up, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, address and contact information.
The Refinery is launching something new this fall, we hope that you can join us for A Thinker’s Tea Party!
A Thinker’s Tea Party is a community lecture series meant to gather community, offer an opportunity for us to broaden our understanding of wonderfully interesting topics, share tea and conversation.
The Refinery launches this initiative with ‘What is Islam?’ with Fachrizal Halim on Tuesday, September 17th, starting at 7:00 p.m. The Refinery is located at 609 Dufferin Avenue, at the corner of 12th Street East and Dufferin.
We look forward to seeing you at The Refinery this fall!
As a stakeholder in the future of Downtown and Nutana, we want to hear from you! The City of Saskatoon will be holding two Come & Go Engagement Sessions in both the Downtown and Nutana areas to provide information on the proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system, as well as additional information on the proposed Downtown All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Cycling Network. We want to work with you to ensure that the needs of everyone who uses Saskatoon’s roads are met.
These engagement sessions are an opportunity for you to review potential BRT routing and Downtown AAA Cycling Network options. We will listen to your comments and gather your input on preferences and considerations on both initiatives, prior to City Council deciding on these plans in early 2019. The proposed BRT routing options are shown below. Please consider attending an engagement session to have your say about the future of transportation in Saskatoon.
November 6, 2018
3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Hilton Garden Inn, Garden South Room – 90 22nd Street East. This location is wheelchair accessible.
November 8, 2018
3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Emmanuel Anglican Church, Hasalam Hall (basement), 609 Dufferin Avenue. This location is wheelchair accessible. Parking will be available on the street and behind the building.
Come and join the Big Plans for a Little Park in Albert Recreation Unit at Clarence Ave. & 13th Street on Sunday, October 22, 2017, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm to learn about the project so far, find out what we have yet to do, play on the new equipment, visit with your neighbours and see what’s poppin’.