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Bike Lane Open House

March Open Houses

14th Street East Corridor
Open house to discuss a bike lane along 14th Street from Cumberland to Sask Cres.

  • present general information to the public regarding active transportation and neighbourhood bikeways;
  • provide participants an opportunity to discuss concerns, considerations and possible improvements regarding all forms of transportation in their area; and
  • to help inform the neighbourhood bikeway designs that will be specifically tailored for each corridor’s transportation needs.

Neighbourhood Bikeways Project.
Wednesday, March 4
7-9 pm (come & go format)
Emmanuel Anglican Church. 609 Dufferin Ave.

May Open Houses

The objectives of the second phase of public engagement open houses, occurring in May (dates to be determined), will be:

  • present the neighbourhood bike designs;
  • communicate how previous public input informed the designs;
  • collect public feedback on the designs to help prioritize the projects; and
  • summarize public feedback on the designs for the final report to City Council.

At the completion of each phase, summaries of the engagements will be added to the Engage page.


Residential Parking Permit Open House

A number of “come and go” style open houses will be held near Saskatoon’s Residential Parking Permit zones.  Proposed amendments to the current program will be presented.  Attendees are encouraged  to provide feedback on potential options for amendments.

Varsity View Zone
Emmanuel Anglican Church
609 Dufferin Avenue
Thursday, November 28th
3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Members of the public can provide feedback on proposed amendments to the Residential Parking Program by filling out this online survey.  The survey will be open for submissions until Friday, December 13th at 5:00 p.m.

River Access Study

River Access Study 2016 Online Survey and Public Open House

The City of Saskatoon, in partnership with Meewasin Valley Authority (MVA), is conducting a river access study. The purpose of the study is to identify the river access requirements for Saskatoon residents, visitors, commercial enterprises, on-river special events, industrial users, emergency services, and monitoring services. The primary focus will be on facilities for launching and mooring motorized and non-motorized watercraft; however, it will address all forms of river access.

The South Saskatchewan River is a valuable recreation access for Saskatoon and area residents and visitors. In the Saskatoon area, it is utilized for a number of activities, including:

Recreation: motorized boaters, canoeists, kayakers, rowers, and paddle boarders
Commercial/Industrial: tour boats, dredging, construction, and other barges
Regulatory and Emergency Services: police and fire services, water quality, environmental issues, and other monitoring
These users require safe, environmentally-sound access to the river with appropriate infrastructure.

As part of the study, citizens are invited to participate in an online survey to gather input on current launching/mooring opportunities and ideas on an optimal scenario. Interested parties can access the survey at shapingsaskatoon.ca. The survey is open until Thursday, December 15, 2016.

There will also be a public open house on Monday, December 5, 2016, at the Meewasin Valley Centre Boardroom (402 Third Avenue South) from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The City and MVA will present the plan, answer questions, and collect feedback. Formal presentations will take place at 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Children’s Discovery Museum – Open House

The vision to create a state-of-the-art, centrally located children’s museum in the Mendel building is taking shape. Scheduled to open in 2017, the museum will be a vibrant and welcoming hub for all children and families, a resource for educators, and a major tourist destination for Saskatchewan.

We invite you to attend our upcoming open house to learn the “Big Ideas” behind the new museum design, share your feedback and contribute your ideas.

Community participation is essential to the museum’s success in ensuring a welcoming space for all children. Please share this invitation with your networks!


Exploring Alternatives with Cheryl Bartholow and Michael Joyce, Argyle Design
Mendel Building, lower level auditorium, 950 Spadina Crescent East
February 3

Radisson Hotel, Venice Room, 2nd Floor, 405 – 20th Street East
February 4

Options to attend:
Tuesday, February 3rd: Open House
10 am to 8 pm. Drop in anytime!
Scheduled presentations at 12 noon, 4:30 or 7 pm

Wednesday, Februayr 4th: Community Sessions
Aboriginal Community 9 – 10 am
Newcomer Community 10:30 – 11:30 am
Special Needs Community 3 – 4 pm
Educators 4:30 – 5:30 pm

RSVP to discovery@museumforkids.sk.ca


City Recreation and Parks Master Plan

The City of Saskatoon is developing a Recreation and Parks Master Plan to guide the development, delivery and continuous improvement of recreation and parks programs, services and facilities.

As part of the development of the Master Plan, the City invites you to come and learn more about the project at an open house. Members of the consulting team and City representatives will be in attendance to discuss the plan and collect any comments you may have.

OPEN HOUSE: Recreation and Parks Master Plan
Tuesday November 25, 2014

12 to 2 p.m. – ‘Come and Go’ Open House, Brief Presentation at 12:30 p.m.
5 to 8 p.m. – ‘Come and Go’ Open House, Brief Presentation at 6:00 p.m.
TCU Place, Salon E
35 22nd Street East

The input gathered at the open house will be used as the draft Master Plan is developed. We hope to see you there!

If you are unable to attend the open house, visit www.shapingsaskatoon.ca to review the open house material and provide your feedback. The material will be online November 25. For questions, call the City’s Community Development Division at 306.975.2289.