Posted on Friday, March 18, 2022 09:40 AM
The Harbour Pool and Dow Centennial Centre get ready for a full week of spring break activities
Head to the Harbour Pool and Dow Centennial Centre for some spring break fun! From March 25-April 1 the Harbour Pool and the Dow Centennial centre will have drop-in activities to keep the family busy all week long.
“We want to give our residents some options to keep active and have fun over the spring break, said Kayla Dow, Supervisor Aquatic Operations. “We’ll have activities planned for the entire family,...
Posted on Thursday, March 17, 2022 08:00 AM
In this week's CityPage issue: Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Harbour Pool Public Swim, Prevent It! Workshop, and more...
DIVERSITY EQUITY AND INCLUSION
Join Tiffany Connauton with Beyond Diversity in a discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). This session will discuss the how of DEI in a business context.
Date: April 7, 2022
Time: 11am - 1pm
Register at: fortsaskchamber.com or call 780-992-6267.
HARBOUR POOL PUBLIC SWIMS
Community Loonie Swim
Posted on Monday, March 14, 2022 11:45 AM
The City of Fort Saskatchewan is updating the Strategic Plan for the period 2023 – 2026. The plan is an important direction setting and decision-making tool for City Council and Administration. To help inform this important document, anyone who lives or works in Fort Saskatchewan over the age of 12, was encouraged to complete a quick online survey called “My Fort. My City. My Say.” The survey closed on March 9th.
“The City is pleased to report that we received a total of 1686 submissions both online...
Posted on Thursday, March 10, 2022 08:32 AM
In 2018, the City of Fort Saskatchewan and Strathcona County signed the Alliance Exploration Agreement. An important aspect of the Agreement was to explore services shared between the two communities and during regular discussions, safety codes inspections was identified as an opportunity.
In the fall of 2021, Strathcona County and Fort Saskatchewan entered into a mutual services agreement for building and safety codes services. The County is supporting Fort Saskatchewan with specialized inspections...
Posted on Friday, March 04, 2022 02:12 PM
City seeing increase in contaminated organics and recycling, and increase in garbage going to landfill
We’re seeing an increase in overflowing garbage carts and high levels of contamination (non-compostable and non-recyclable items) in green organics carts and blue bags.
“In Fort Saskatchewan, we’ve seen a growing trend of more garbage going to landfill and less households fully utilizing their green carts and blue bags on collection day,” said Sadie Miller, Waste Programs Supervisor “The recycling...