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Count Yourself In! 2024 City Census

Posted on Thursday, April 04, 2024 03:52 PM

Important Aquatics Question included in the 2024 Census. 

More information on the Aquatics Question

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CityPage April 4, 2024 Edition

Posted on Thursday, April 04, 2024 08:00 AM

In this week's CityPage issue: Spring Waste Collection, Policing Committee Meeting, Legacy Park Family Festival Call for Exhibitors, Seniors Tea, and more...


Green organics carts will now be collected weekly. Food scraps, soiled paper products, yard waste (leaves, grass, garden waste, and small twigs), and other fully natural materials should be placed in your green cart.

Have a lot of clean-up to do around your yard? Spring Extra Yard Waste collection weeks are April 29 -...

Count Yourself In! City Census starts April 1

Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2024 03:21 PM

Important Aquatics Question included in the 2024 Census

Starting April 1, City residents are asked to go online and complete the City Census for 2024. By the end of March, each household will receive their unique access code on a bright green Census letter that will be delivered to the door. This code can be entered at for one response per household.

“We do the Census annually since we continue to be one of the fastest growing communities in Alberta. Current data on our...

Construction Updates – March 28, 2024

Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2024 03:07 PM

100 Avenue Road Enhancements (Legacy Park)

  • Design is underway

2024 Sump Pump Retrofit Program – Catalina Court
  • Construction to begin in Summer 2024

Fort Centre Park – Landscaping Phase 1
  • Tender closed and bids are being evaluated

JRC (Jubilee Recreation Centre) Modernization

More information on the JRC Modernization project

  • The temporary facilities are open
  • Work is continuing on foundations at the front of the building
  • The remaining lower level concrete slab will be poured by end of March 2024
  • Work is...

City Mourns the Loss of Distinguished Leader and Community Servant, Stewart Hennig

Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2024 12:03 PM

It is with profound sadness that the City of Fort Saskatchewan announces the passing of Stewart "Stew" Hennig, a respected former City Councillor, dedicated community servant, and cherished member of the Fort Saskatchewan community. Stew passed away on March 26, 2024, surrounded by his loving family.

Stewart Hennig's lifelong dedication to public service and community betterment is evident through his extensive involvement in various capacities including, but not limited to, his roles as a City...