Visual reminder of community safety
Fort Saskatchewan boasts a partnership between the RCMP and Municipal Enforcement Services that is about to go public in a big way.
On Thursday, July 27th this partnership will be revealed in a permanent art installation at the new protective services building that opened in 2015 and houses our RCMP members and Municipal Peace Officers. The bronze statue, featuring a male RCMP officer and a female Peace Officer, symbolizes their cooperation and dedicated to public safety in Fort Saskatchewan.
The City of Fort Saskatchewan selected artist Nathan Scott to design and create the piece. Scott has completed public art projects for Toronto, Charlottetown, San Francisco, Seattle, Ottawa, and Calgary. The detail and the human expressions that are incorporated into the piece tell a larger than life story about the kind of individuals who dedicate their service to community safety.
Residents are invited to join members of the RCMP and Municipal Enforcement to officially unveil the statue on Thursday at 3:00 p.m.