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Sheep Unavailable Thursday, August 8

Posted on Wednesday, August 07, 2019 07:00 AM

Due to the RCMP Musical Ride, the Sheep will not be available to the public on Thursday, August 8th. They will return to their regular schedule on Friday, August 9th.

You can visit the Sheep at the Fort Heritage Precinct, 10006 – 100 Avenue Thursdays to Sundays from 1:00 – 8:00pm.

Preserving and restoring history at the Fort Heritage Precinct

Posted on Wednesday, August 07, 2019 06:45 AM

Preserving history this summer has been very literal with restoration work to a number of buildings on the Fort Heritage Precinct site. In June, Dr. T.W.E Henry Residence received new shingles, a coat of paint, and window restoration.

Work begins toady on the Warden’s Residence which acts as the administration and admissions building for the Precinct. Wooden shakes will be replaced on the house and the garage but, the biggest change for the building will be a new coat of paint. Anyone with a good...


Registration is Coming!

Posted on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 08:00 AM

Registration is Coming!
August 6 (Rec & Culture)
August 7 (Harbour Pool)
Digital copies of the Lesiure Guide are available for download at Your printed copies will be delivered with the Fort Saskatchewan Record on August 8. Extra printed copies are also available for pick-up at City Hall, Dow Centennial Centre and Harbour Pool.


Skatepark Open

Posted on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 07:00 AM

The Fort Saskatchewan skatepark expansion is now open for use.  Participants are asked to stay away from the snow fenced area to allow the new sod to set.  To celebrate this much anticipated expanded park, The City of Fort Saskatchewan and the Fort Saskatchewan Skateboard Society are excited to host a Grand Opening on Saturday, September 14. Everyone is invited.

The Fort Saskatchewan Skateboard Society will offer skateboard demonstrations and a fundraising BBQ from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The...

A Vibrant Downtown Public engagement summary report available

Posted on Monday, July 29, 2019 07:00 AM

In March of this year, The Economic Development department spearheaded a public engagement opportunity called Vibrant Downtown to focus on what we want our downtown to be, an how we might make some decisions in the next three years to really see some impacts on the face of downtown.

Workshops were held on March 1 and 2 with 33 participants attending. Following the workshops, an online survey that included some ideas generated from the workshops was fielded and 548 surveys were completed. Much of the...