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Speed Limit Review Survey

Have you heard about discussions regarding speed limits in residential neighbourhoods? Perfect, we want to hear from you!

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Brighton Concept Plan Amendment

Brighton residents, please note an application has been made to amend the Concept Plan for the neighbourhood.

The amendment proposes several reconfigurations in the west, and southern portions of the neighbourhood. This includes changes to some of the land uses, street network, linear park design, and service networks. The following link provides information on how to share feedback with the City and the proponent, background, process and information on the application.

City Council in Brief
City Council in Brief - January 2021

In brief, here are four items of public interest that were discussed during the January 2021 City Council meeting.

City Council in Brief
Council in Brief - May Edition | 2020

In brief, here are seven items of public interest that were discussed during the May 2020 City Council meetings.

  • Vehicle Noise
  • Northeast Swale Speed Limits
  • Review of Community Consultation and Notification Process for Development Applications
  • Natural Capital Asset Valuation
  • Bike Bylaw Update
  • Residential Parking Program Review
  • COVID-19: Parking and Transit Changes
Ward 8 Update
Youth Climate Action Forum

As a City Council Strategic Priority Event, Councillors Sarina Gersher and Mairin Loewen hosted a Youth Climate Action Forum for grade 8 to 12 students on October 30, 2019. Over 140 students participated in the event. This event looked to build capacity for youth to engage on climate issues in Saskatoon. Youth bring important voices and energy to climate change conversations and actions, but are often missing in the more formal decision-making processes.

City Council in Brief
City Council in Brief - October Edition | 2019

In brief, here are four items of public interest that were discussed during the October 2019 City Council meeting. I was proud to Chair this meeting of City Council as the Deputy Mayor.

  • Reseller Rate for Regional Customers of Saskatoon Water
  • Saskatoon Freeway Project Update – October 2019
  • Approaches for Addressing Existing and Emerging Protocol Issues
  • Municipal Wards Commission - Establishment of Municipal Ward Boundaries
Ward 8 Update
Municipal Boundary Recommendations

Ward 8 residents, please note that the new municipal ward boundaries (starting November 9, 2020) have been established. The changes specific to Ward 8 have Brevoort Park moving to Ward 6, and Wildwood coming from Ward 9 to Ward 8. As such, the Ward 8 neighbourhoods for the 2020 municipal and school boards' election include: Briarwood, Brighton (Holmwood Sector), College Park, East College Park, Greystone Heights, Hillcrest Management Area and Wildwood.

Ward 8 Update
Briarwood NTR Draft Recommendations

For the Briarwood Neighbourhood Traffic Review, 9 draft recommendations were put forward to the public consultation event held on October 15, 2019. We had a great community discussion about the proposed recommendations, and community members shared their support for initiatives as well as suggested other opportunities through this process.

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Short Term Rentals Regulations

The City of Saskatoon is reviewing its regulations for short term rentals due to changes in the industry resulting from the rise of online hosting platforms like AirBnB and VRBO.

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Municipal Wards Boundary Review Update

The Saskatoon Municipal Wards Commission is seeking insight and information from citizens of Saskatoon as the Commission looks to establish new ward boundaries for the municipal/school boards' elections in fall 2020 because of population growth and shifts since the 2016 election.

The City of Saskatoon is divided into ten wards.  The Cities Act stipulates that each ward must contain approximately the same population, with ward populations varying by no more than 10% from the average ward population (the City's total population divided by the ten wards).

Currently, the populations of Ward 7 and Ward 10 exceed the 10% variance while the populations of Ward 5 and Ward 8 fall below the threshold.  Accordingly, the Municipal Wards Commission will establish new ward boundaries to be in effect for the city's municipal election and school boards' elections in fall 2020.  Of note, reconfiguring the ward boundaries to ensure all ten comply to the legislated population range will affect the boundaries of other wards as well in all three options.

This means that for the 2020 municipal and school boards' election, Ward 8's boundaries WILL change.