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Construction Updates – January 11, 2022

Posted on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 10:21 AM

94 Street Road Widening

  • 94 Street from Southfort Drive to approximately 300m south of the Hospital is being widened from 2 lanes to 4 lanes
  • A consultant has been selected and design work is complete
  • The project will be re-tendered in January with work taking place in 2022
Hwy 15 & 119 Street Intersection
  • Intersection to be upgraded and widened to accommodate new traffic lights
  • Traffic lights are active
Highway 15 Bridge Twinning
  • Alberta Transportation is leading this project
  • Work continues on the west...

M.E. and YOU: Weekly Municipal Enforcement Messages

Posted on Monday, December 20, 2021 11:30 AM

Stop Signs and Red Lights

We remind drivers to be extra cautious when approaching stop signs and red lights. Failure to stop can have serious consequences. When you drive up to a stop sign or red light please remember:

  • Stop completely at the stop sign or red light before proceeding
  • Stop behind the stop line or crosswalk. If there’s no marked crosswalk at an intersection, stop within three metres of the intersection
  • Be alert for pedestrians, cyclists and other vehicles
  • At four-way stop intersections:...

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CityPage December 16, 2021 Edition

Posted on Thursday, December 16, 2021 08:01 AM

In this week's CityPage issue: Snow removal priorities, Holiday waste collection, FST holiday service, Enchanted Forest, and more...


There will be no schedule changes for any collection day or zone this holiday season. Please put your materials out for collection by 7am on your scheduled collection day.


January 3 - 7 | January 10 - 14

Place your natural trees at the curb for collection at this time.

  • All decorations, garland and tinsel, must be removed...

M.E. and YOU Weekly

Posted on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 09:07 AM

The City of Fort Saskatchewan would like to inform residents about coyote sightings within the City.

Coyotes are important to the ecosystem in Fort Saskatchewan.  They play a vital role in controlling the rodent population in our city. Coyotes by nature are not aggressive unless they feel threatened. However, they are wild animals and their behaviour cannot always be predicted.
We continue to encourage residents to report any coyote sightings or encounters, and if the needed, an assessment of...

Good Neighbour

December 2021 Good Neighbour Recipient

Posted on Friday, December 10, 2021 03:38 PM

Faron Walsh | Westpark

It is our privilege to nominate our good neighbour, Faron Walsh, for all his positive community spirit and continuous assistance in our neighbourhood! He is always helping out, regardless of the season, and goes out of his way to shovel neighbourhood driveways and sidewalks. His thoughtful deeds and pleasant mannerisms towards everyone in the neighbourhood definitely make him a great neighbour and an asset to our community. Kudos for all you do in our neighbourhood Faron and...