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CityPage February 29, 2024 Edition

Posted on Thursday, February 29, 2024 08:00 AM

In this week's CityPage issue:  Your Voice Matters! Citywide Brand Review, Harbour Pool Public Swims, Enumerators & Letter Delivery Helpers needed for 2024 Census, Development Permit Issuance Notice, Public Hearing Notices, and more...
 


YOUR VOICE MATTERS!

The City of Fort Saskatchewan is thrilled to announce the launch of a significant Brand Review project, revisiting the City's branding, identity, and reputation for the first time in over a decade.

The public is invited to participate in the...









Construction Updates – February 28, 2024

Posted on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 02:13 PM

100 Avenue Road Enhancements (Legacy Park)

  • Design is underway

2024 Sump Pump Retrofit Program
  • Contractor has been selected

JRC (Jubilee Recreation Centre) Modernization

More information on the JRC Modernization project

  • The temporary facilities are open
  • Work is continuing on foundations at the front of the building
  • Work is continuing on the new Zamboni room at the back of the building

Neighbourhood Rehabilitation Program

Neighbourhood Rehabilitation is an annual program that ensures that the City's...




Council Meeting Highlights - February 27, 2024

Posted on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 09:50 AM

The February 27, 2024 Council Meeting Highlights are now available.

You can also watch the February 27, 2024 Council Meeting video on our YouTube channel.

Connecting Fort Saskatchewan to the rest of the Region with a new transit route to Sherwood Park

Posted on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 08:09 AM

The City of Fort Saskatchewan will begin providing weekday bus service between Fort Saskatchewan and Sherwood Park. The service will start in July under a new three-year agreement with Strathcona County.

“Strathcona County is proud to collaborate with the City of Fort Saskatchewan to provide regional transit service between our municipalities, and into the greater Edmonton region,” says Strathcona County Mayor Rod Frank. “We have an outstanding commuter network that is well integrated throughout...

RCMP Seeks Community Input on Policing Priorities for 2024-2025

Posted on Thursday, February 22, 2024 03:24 PM

Your Safety, Your Priorities!

In an effort to foster community involvement in local law enforcement strategies, the City of Fort Saskatchewan RCMP invites residents to participate in a survey and attend a family-friendly town hall forum. This initiative is designed to gather public input on policing priorities, enhance transparency, and strengthen the bond between the protective services team and the community it serves.

City of Fort Saskatchewan RCMP Inspector, Barry LaRocque, emphasizes the...