Posted on Thursday, May 12, 2022 08:07 AM
The City of Fort Saskatchewan welcomes the Fort Saskatchewan Trail Alliance (FSTA), a new non-profit organization focusing on the multi-use dirt trails within the City.
FSTA was created to ensure a healthy future of trails. It is local to Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, devoted to all things trails in the region. Together with the City, they help organize maintenance, promote safety & courtesy, and represent a community of those who hike, run, and bike. It is volunteer driven organization to help...
Posted on Thursday, May 12, 2022 08:00 AM
In this week's CityPage issue: Upcoming Public Swims, Policing Committee Meeting, Seniors Week: Nominate a Senior, Public Hearing notice, and more...
HARBOUR POOL PUBLIC SWIMS
Youth Swim - Pool Prom
Saturday, May 14
A special thank you to the Fort Saskatchewan Lions Club for sponsoring this swim.
Community Loonie Swim
Saturday, May 21
A special thank you to MEGlobal Canada Inc. for sponsoring this swim.
More information: fortsask.ca/swim
FORT SASKATCHEWAN POLICING...
Posted on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 09:00 AM
Council approves tax increase of 2.32% to help the City manage inflation and community growth
City Council passed the 2022 Property Tax Bylaw at the May 10 regular council meeting. The property tax bylaw is based on the City’s approved 2022 operating budget of $82.7 million and a capital budget of $ 14.0 million.
“The pandemic has made the last two years challenging, and Council chose to keep the tax increases to a minimum, “ stated Mayor of Fort Saskatchewan, Gale Katchur. “ For 2022, Council approved...
Posted on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 09:54 AM
Construction is slated to being in late Summer/Fall 2022
The City of Fort Saskatchewan is proud to announce $200,000 grant funding from Shell Canada for the construction of a natural children’s playground in Legacy Park.
“Children are curious and love using their imaginations as they play," stated Gale Katchur, Mayor, City of Fort Saskatchewan. "The natural playground will be an opportunity for them to explore and discover in a natural, accessible and less structured setting."
This is the first...