Posted on Monday, June 28, 2021 02:00 PM
Today the Regional Water Customers Group announced a Water Demand Management Condition B to go into effect immediately. This is a request of Municipalities to lead by example and stop all internal non-essential potable water use.
The City of Fort Saskatchewan will stop all non-essential water use by terminating these activities:
• hydrant flushing,
• limited street sweeping,
• irrigation sprinklers,
• sewer flushing,
Posted on Friday, June 25, 2021 07:30 AM
On June 23, 2021 Fort Saskatchewan Municipal Enforcement worked with regional law enforcement partners to conduct Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance North American Standard Inspections along Highway 15 and Range Road 220. Alberta Sheriffs, Edmonton Police Service, City of Edmonton Community Standards, Strathcona County, Alberta Carrier Services were all in attendance as part of this joint commercial vehicle safety operation.
Officers conducted a total of 29 level 1 commercial vehicle inspections finding...
Posted on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 08:00 AM
Fort Saskatchewan repeals its Mandatory Facial Covering Bylaw
The City of Fort Saskatchewan repealed the Mandatory Facial Covering Bylaw during the June 22 Regular Council Meeting. However, provincial restrictions, including mandatory facial coverings, remain in place until the Provincial Public Health Order is lifted.
Throughout the pandemic, the City has made informed health-related decisions about COVID-19 by relying on provincial health and medical expertise. Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer...
Posted on Monday, June 21, 2021 11:15 AM
Today, on National Indigenous Peoples Day, the City of Fort Saskatchewan recognizes and celebrates the achievements, successes, and contributions of Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island. While it is imperative that we uplift Indigenous voices and communities every day, today is a special opportunity to recognize the beauty and significance of the many diverse cultures and histories of Indigenous Peoples.
The City of Fort Saskatchewan acknowledges that the work of Truth & Reconciliation is essential...
Official Statement in response to the 215 Children Found at the Residential School Near Kamloops, BC
Posted on Friday, June 11, 2021 02:15 PM
The City of Fort Saskatchewan recognizes the tragedy of the 215 children found at the residential school near Kamloops, BC and the intergenerational trauma caused by residential schools across the country. We will be working with local Indigenous community members to host a vigil to honour the lives of those 215 children on June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day.
“During our Canada Day Celebrations, we will look at ways to acknowledge the impact of residential schools and recognize the complex and...