Posted on Tuesday, May 16, 2023 03:56 PM
The City of Fort Saskatchewan has launched a new interactive map to help our users track whether sports field(s) and parks are open or closed.
With this new map, Sports Field Updates will no longer be sent out by email and users are asked to refer the map for updates on their field status. Updates will be posted to the map by 3:00 pm on week days. If weather turns poor after 3:00 pm or on weekends, it is up to the sports leagues (coaches, referees etc.) to make the best decision for the players...
Posted on Friday, May 12, 2023 01:59 PM
City Council approved an amendment to the Traffic Bylaw C17-22 December of 2022 to help regulate the noise from vehicles within City limits. The change was made to deal with excessive noise that results in a significant number of complaints to the RCMP and Municipal Enforcement.
“Council has heard many times over the years how excessive noise affects quality of life and the ability to enjoy one’s own property with their family and friends. Excessive noise can also create conflict between...
Posted on Thursday, May 11, 2023 08:00 AM
In this week's CityPage issue: Self Defense Workshop, Harbour Pool Swims, Policing Committee Public Member Needed, Transit Holiday Service in May, and more...FREE SELF-DEFENSE WORKSHOP for Women and Girls (ages 12+)
Course ID: 13789Saturday, May 20 @ 10am-12pmDow Centennial Centre, Flex HallFREEFood Bank Donations accepted
In this 2 hour intensive workshop, participants will learn basic concepts of self-defense and simple, effective techniques that can be applied in a wide variety of situations....
Posted on Tuesday, May 09, 2023 04:35 PM
Fort Centre Park – Phase 1
- Pipe installation and construction of inlets and outlets for the storm pond will occur in 2023
- Alberta Transportation is leading this project
- Work is complete on the portion of Hwy 15 within the City of Fort Saskatchewan limits except for the trails under the new bridge. Paving of the trails will occur in 2023. Trail Closures have been in effect over the winter and will continue in the spring.
- Work to remediate the construction area in Fort...