Posted on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 02:30 PM
The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP along with Protective Services are excited to let the community know about a new exchange zone that has been set up in front of the detachment, located at 200 Town Crest Road. The exchange zone will consist of two parking stalls located towards the south end of the Protective Services Building. The purpose is to allow the public the ability to meet others when they need to exchange something.
“We encourage anyone making online purchases, or selling items online, to arrange...
All 13 Edmonton Metro Region Mayors commit to working together on new Collaborative Economic Development initiative
Posted on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 09:00 AM
Having signed a memorandum of understanding, effective April 12, 2021, all 13 regional Mayors are demonstrating a commitment to work in partnership on developing a new, innovative and scalable model with the Collaborative Economic Development (CED) initiative.
The initiative will advance additional economic opportunities for Edmonton Metropolitan Region partners through projects targeting new, non-residential growth and jobs beyond individual municipal boundaries. Economic development...
Posted on Monday, April 19, 2021 02:00 PM
City of Fort Saskatchewan removes permit requirements for temporary patios and streamlines permission for sidewalk cafés
To enable local businesses to adapt as quickly as possible to the Latest COVID-19 restrictions the City of Fort Saskatchewan has eliminated the permit requirements for temporary patios and streamlined the permission for sidewalk cafés. Businesses wishing to add a temporary patio, or sidewalk café will also not be required to pay any fee. The City’s Planning & Development...
Posted on Friday, April 16, 2021 10:15 AM
You may have already seen some street sweeping happening in the highways or city streets. Weather permitting, City Crews start residential sweeping and cleaning from April 19 to May 7. Signs will be posted 72 hours prior to sweeping. Please obey all signage and watch for flag people when this work is being completed.
Sweeping priorities are as follows:
1. Highway and City arterial streets
2. Central business district and collector streets
3. Residential streets...
Posted on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 08:45 AM
Youth Council is looking for members
The City is searching for youth volunteers between the ages of 14 to 24 years-old to join its Youth Council.
The role of Youth Council is to educate and empower youth to provide information and recommendations to Council about issues that impact and involve youth.
“This is a great opportunity for youth to learn how municipal government works, how to present ideas and how to think critically,” said Kristi Wahl, Youth and Family Coordinator, Family and Community...