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Ward 8 Update
June 2022 Newsletter

There is a lot to celebrate this month! June is both Pride Month and National Indigenous History Month. Find ways to recognize and learn more by checking out OUTSaskatoon and the Office of the Treaty Commissioner for events taking place this month. While there are many ways to participate, these are just two places to start. 

I also want to congratulate all the grads who are celebrating graduations this month. Mazel tov to you and your families!

Items of interest this month include:

  • Rezoning and discretionary use applications in Brighton
  • Farmers' Market Update
  • Small Dog Off-Leash Dog Park
  • Green Infrastructure 10 Year Implementation Plan 
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Ward 8 Update
April 2022 Newsletter

Well with the change in seasons, we have also had a change at City Hall. City Council is now back to meeting in person (with a hybrid option), with our meetings continuing to be live streamed online.  

This month's newsletter focuses on items on Monday's City Council agenda, ward specific updates and engagement opportunities across the city.

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City Council in Brief
City Council in Brief - March 2022

In brief, this post highlights four items of public interest that were discussed during the March 2022 City Council meeting.

Highlights include:

  • Policies for school and playground zones
  • COVID-19: masking in civic spaces
  • Recycling depot improvements and review
  • Support to Saskatoon's Sister City, Chernivtsi, Ukraine
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Ward 8 Update
March 2022 Newsletter

Here are a few items of interest on the upcoming City Council agenda:

  • Policies for school and playground zones;
  • COVID-19: masking in civic spaces;
  • Recycling depot improvements and review; and
  • The Knox United Church Heritage Designation Amendment Bylaw.
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Ward 8 Update
October 2021 Newsletter

As our beautiful fall turns into some colder weather, I have prepared some updates for our Ward 8 neighbourhoods. 

Here are a few items of interest on the upcoming City Council agenda:

  • Timing for waste and organics utilities
  • Exploration of a bylaw regarding gathering limits
  • Code of Conduct Complaint
  • SaskWater Master Service and Transition Agreement
  • Allowing pets on leash in Kiwansis Memorial Park
  • Information for 2022/2023 budget
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Get Involved
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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Ward 8 Update
Winter Programming

Take a peek at safe, outdoor and indoor winter programming options for this winter during the pandemic. Check out activities that have been made available by Community Asociations in Ward 8, the City of Saskatoon, Meewasin Valley Aithority, and Wanuskewin.

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Ward 8 Update
Successful construction season with an ambitious list of projects now complete

An annual $61 million budget for road rehabilitation and maintenance ensures Saskatoon’s streets, bridges and sidewalks remain safe and long-lasting. 

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Ward 8 Update
Snow removal - In response to 2020 winter storm

Neighbourhood snow removal gets underway ❄️❄️

The City started removing snow from residential streets on Dec. 2 in response to the severe snow accumulation in November that left many residential streets impassable.

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Ward 8 Update
2020-2022 Projected Asset Preservation Plan

The 2020-2022 Projected Asset Preservation Plan is now available. It includes the asset preservation projects projected for the next three years on our roadway and sidewalk assets, water and sewer assets, as well as our bridges and structures assets. Roadway and Sidewalk asset preservation management is a process of monitoring, maintaining, and preserving our roads and sidewalks effectively throughout their lifecycle. The goal is to employ effective decision-making to optimize a cost-effective mix of treatments, to maximize the number of roads and sidewalks treated to improve the networks as a whole.