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Changing speed limits need your attention

Posted on Wednesday, April 06, 2022 04:15 PM

New speed limits in Fort Saskatchewan will make for safer roads and more livable neighbourhoods

Speed limits will be changing on May 16 in alignment with the City’s commitment to the Vision Zero traffic safety program and the safe system approach to traffic safety.

“As part of Council’s support of Vision Zero, small adjustments to our city’s speed limits will make our roads safer and our neighbourhoods more livable,” said Mayor Gale Katchur “Some roads will see a decrease in speed and others...

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CityPage March 31, 2022 Edition

Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2022 08:00 AM

In this week's CityPage issue:  Community Garden registration, Easter Loonie Swim, March's Good Neighbours, Get your Property Tax Notice sent to your email, Utility Bill due date changes, and more...


COMMUNITY GARDEN REGISTRATION

Registration for Jubilee Park Community Garden opens Monday, April 4th!

Call 780-992-6267 to register for the 2022 season!

Garden planting


HARBOUR POOL PUBLIC SWIMS

Youth Swim - Retro Swim

Saturday, April 2
7-9pm
A special thank you to the Fort Saskatchewan Lions Club for...

2022 Clean-up Events

Posted on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 11:14 AM

Weekly Green Cart Collection Starts May 2

Organics and green bin

Spring Yard Waste Collection (May 2 - May 6 | May 30 - June 3)

  • Place extra yard waste out in brown paper yard waste bags on your collection day this week
  • Yard waste placed out for collection in plastic bags will not be collected
  • Bags must not exceed 50 lbs each

     Rake and brown paper bag

Large Item Collection Week (June 13 - 17)

  • Place up to two large items out for pick up by 7 a.m. on your collection day this week
  • Items must be in an accessible location
  • Items...

Good Neighbour

March 2022 Good Neighbour Recipients

Posted on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 09:43 AM

Steve and Michelle Mudry | Pineview

This month I would like to nominate a couple of people who have gone above and beyond! My husband passed away September of 2015 and Steve and Michelle have been very capably and efficiently blowing and shovelling my heavy snowfalls every winter since then. It is so much appreciated by my children and myself, as I have health issues and their support has allowed me to continue living in my home. Many, many thanks Steve and Michelle!!

Rhonda and Darrell Loren | City...

Elm tree leaves

Take a stand for the mighty elm tree

Posted on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 09:00 AM

They keep us cool during the summer, give us shelter from frigid winter winds and clean the air we breathe. Trees play an important role in the sustainability of our towns and cities. A healthy urban tree canopy helps regulate temperatures, protects against ground erosion (think floods), and provides shelter for local wildlife.

Maintaining an urban canopy isn’t as simple as planting trees anywhere. Trees are planted based on longevity, drought resistance and the climate zone they flourish in....