The City received a report back in March 2021 outlining the Administration's plan to enforce Foxtail Barley proactively for the 2021 season. Due to time constraints in March, the report was only considered by the Standing Policy Committee on Planning, Development and Community Services in April. This blog post provides an update of the measures proposed.
In brief, this post highlights five items of public interest that were discussed during the March 2021 City Council meeting.
- information on the amendments to the Brighton Concept Plan.
- welcoming the new City Clerk, Adam Tittemore.
- confirmation of the municipal tax policy, including a detailed analysis on best practices.
- approval in principle of the Urban Forest Management Plan.
- update on leaves of absences and supports for member of City Council.
In brief, this post highlights four items of public interest that were discussed during the February 2021 City Council meeting.
- information on a PACE Financing program that provides financing for home owners to undertake home energy retrofits, renewable energy installations and water conservation projects.
- progress on the permanent outdoor festival site at Friendship Park.
- finalization of the bylaw to prohibit businesses from conducting conversion therapy.
- Platinum Certification that was provided to the City of Saskatoon in recognition of our high quality of data reporting.
Have you heard about discussions regarding speed limits in residential neighbourhoods? Perfect, we want to hear from you!
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.
In brief, here are four items of public interest that were discussed during the January 2021 City Council meeting.
I know carbon monoxide poisoning has been top of mind for many neighbours. At today's City Council meeting, I put forward a motion that the Mayor and I have been working on. It was unanimously supported and included reporting on the following:
- Information on the current approach and requirements on carbon monoxide alarms in properties in the City of Saskatoon
- What options are available to require carbon monoxide detectors in buildings older than 2009
- A review of best practices of how other cities have addressed this challenge
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.
In brief, here are four items of public interest that were discussed during the December 2020 City Council meetings. Highlights from this meeting include:
- Knox United Church Heritage update
- One-time clearing of secondary paths
- Change to GPC Chair
- Cancellation - St. Paul's Hospital Combined Heat and Power Plant Project
An annual $61 million budget for road rehabilitation and maintenance ensures Saskatoon’s streets, bridges and sidewalks remain safe and long-lasting.