Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2022 03:16 PM
Sports Field Status: ALL Sports Fields are CLOSED
The City of Fort Saskatchewan has deemed the conditions unplayable due to severe weather and/or increased probability of risk and damages.
ALL Sports Fields are closed for use, any scheduled bookings have been cancelled. User takes on full responsibility for any damages or risk involved, if diamond/field is played on.
Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2022 10:10 AM
Focus on Water Smart drowning prevention efforts
The City of Fort Saskatchewan is working to save lives and to prevent water-related injury. In 2017, there were 52 people who became victims of a water-related fatalities in Alberta. Sixty percent (60%) of these drownings occurred in the months of May through September.
In partnership with the Lifesaving Society, the City will focus on Water Smart drowning prevention efforts through training and prevention programs. Young children are one of the...
Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2022 08:00 AM
In this week's CityPage issue: Family Fun at the Fort, Upcoming Public Swims, Sign up to win an Emergency Preparedness Kit, Spring Yard Waste Collection, Public Hearing notice, and more...
FAMILY FUN AT THE FORT
More information: fortheritageprecinct.ca
HARBOUR POOL PUBLIC SWIMS
Community Loonie Swim
Saturday, May 21
A special thank you to MEGlobal Canada Inc. for sponsoring this swim.
More information: fortsask.ca/swim
SIGN-UP & WIN AN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS KIT
Posted on Monday, May 16, 2022 02:15 PM
The City of Fort Saskatchewan is happy to announce that the Legacy Park Family Festival sponsored by Keyera is returning to a live and in-person event format on June 4, 2022. After two years of providing a fun and interactive virtual event the festival returns with some of the local’s favourite activities and some new twists.
The Legacy Park Family Festival sponsored by Keyera intends to provide City of Fort Saskatchewan residents an opportunity to kick off the summer season with food, entertainment,...
Posted on Thursday, May 12, 2022 11:06 AM
Local artist selected for the 2022 Art in Public Places Program
The City of Fort Saskatchewan is thrilled to announce the artwork and artist selected for the 2022 Art in Public Places Program.
“The submissions received for 2022 demonstrate the varied talent that is here in Fort Saskatchewan. The Art in Public Places Program is one way in which we can celebrate and foster a love of the arts and of local artists,” explains, Mayor Gale Katchur.
The 2022 winning artwork, in the student category, is a...