City Page: November 8, 2018 Edition
GARBAGE DAY AND SNOW PLOWS
If you are on a Priority 2 or 3 snow route, these roads are cleared without notice after snowfall. Please keep your carts behind the curb on your driveway to allow equipment through. Snow clearing on other roads is scheduled on non-collection days.
More info: 780.992.6248 / fortsask.ca/snow
BI-WEEKLY ORGANICS COLLECTION BEGINS
WHEN: WEEK OF NOVEMBER 4 UNTIL APRIL 26
- Green organics carts will start being collected every other week beginning the week of November 4 for the winter season. Green carts will be collected on the same day as your black garbage cart every other week.
- Weekly organics collection will resume in Spring.
- Blue recycling bags will continue to be collected each week throughout the year.
To prevent materials from freezing to your cart on collection day, put a generous layer of cardboard at the bottom of your cart and in between wet items, such as food waste.
HARBOUR POOL NEWS
REMEMBRANCE DAY PUBLIC SWIM
November 11, Sunday
1:30 – 4:30 pm
DIVE IN MOVIE
November 17, Saturday
Public Swim is from 2:00 - 8:00 pm
Movie Starts at 6:00pm
A special thank you to Wireworks Electric, The Retreat Salon and Spa, Jarett Johnson of Realty Executives Focus and Robertson’s Plumbing for sponsoring this event.
Harbour Pool Customer Service: 780.992.6162
MUSEUM GIFT SHOP
They're BAAAck! We now have our Gotta Love It Sheep in at the Gift Shop in the Warden's Residence at the Fort Heritage Precinct. These stuffies are very popular as the have a zippered compartment for treasures to be stored! They make a great Christmas present!
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
BYLAW C30-18 WESTPARK CENTRE NORTH COMMERCIAL SITE PROPOSAL TO REDISTRICT LANDS
Qualico Commercial is proposing to redistrict the Westpark Centre north commercial site located north of Westpark Boulevard near Highway 21.
The proposal is to redistrict the site from Direct Control (Council) to Direct Control (Administration). If this Bylaw is approved, future development permits would be reviewed and approved by the City's Development Authority instead of Council.
The intent of the DC(A)-12 district is to allow for commercial and retail developments that are compatible with surrounding residential properties. This would include Eating and Drinking Establishments, Personal Services, and Retail Stores (Convenience) among other uses. The complete DC(A)-12 District regulations can be reviewed at fortsask.ca/publichearings and at City Hall.
PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON:
|Date:||Tuesday, November 13, 2018|
|Location:||City Hall - Council Chambers
10005- 102 Street, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
If you are interested in speaking to City Council in regards to this proposal at the Public Hearing, you can register by contacting 780.992.6154.
You can also submit your written feedback by 12pm (noon) on November 13, 2018 by mail or email.
|Mail:||Planning & Development
City Hall, 10005- 102 ST.
Fort Saskatchewan, AB, T8L 2C5
For additional information, please contact Planning and Development at 780.992.6198.
WILLOW TRAY MAKING
WHEN: NOVEMBER 19, 7:00 - 9:00 PM
WHERE: FORT HERITAGE PRECINCT PROGRAM SPACE
We will use English basketry willows to create trays using an over under method. Small trays will be suitable to use as a soap dish, or larger ones as a hot plate or flower platter. Bring Pruning shears.
Please register through eConnect with barcode number 32160 or by calling 780.992.6400 at least one week prior to the class date.
TAKE A FESTIVE TOUR FROM NOVEMBER 23, 2018 – JANUARY 7, 2019
Christmas trees can be viewed at City Hall, Fort Saskatchewan Public Library, and the Dow Centennial Centre & Sherritt Cultural Pavilion
Local organizations and businesses can register online at fortsask.ca/enchanted
Take your career in the right direction.
Check the career page for opportunities to work for the City. For more information and a complete listing of all open competitions, please visit the Jobs page.