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Canada Day Activities in Fort Saskatchewan

Posted on Monday, June 15, 2020 01:15 PM

As we weather through the COVID-19 pandemic together, it is important to continue celebrating the positive moments. While the limitations put on gatherings remain, they do not limit our creativity, pride or spirit. It is with this resolve that we sharing the following Canada Day initiatives:

Canada Day – Nominate Your Neighbourhood Contest

Even though we are unable to celebrate 2020 Canada Day at our annual July 1st downtown celebration, we can still celebrate this day safely with our neighbours. The...

Regional Transit Services Commission reaches major milestone with application to the Province

Posted on Monday, June 15, 2020 01:00 PM

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On June 11, nine municipalities in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region submitted a joint application to the Province of Alberta formally seeking the establishment of a Regional Transit Services Commission (RTSC): City of Beaumont, Town of Devon, City of Edmonton, City of Fort Saskatchewan, City of Leduc, Town of Morinville, City of Spruce Grove, City of St. Albert and Town of Stony Plain.

Municipalities began examining the possibility of delivering integrated regional transit...

COVID-19 Update

Posted on Friday, June 12, 2020 11:00 AM

Stage 2 re-opening plans for City facilities

On Thursday, June 9th the Premier of Alberta announced that Stage 2 of the provincial relaunch plan would be enacted today. The provincial announcement also established that some services scheduled to reopen in Stage 3 of the relaunch plan will open in Stage 2 such as recreation centres, arenas, indoor pools, and theatres. Libraries are also scheduled to open as planned in Stage 2 and details will be provided by the Fort Saskatchewan Public Library.


Registration open for July outdoor fitness

Posted on Thursday, June 11, 2020 12:45 PM

The City of Fort Saskatchewan is pleased to offer a second session of outdoor fitness classes in July. Registration is open online starting Thursday, June 11 at 

“The community really embraced the outdoor fitness idea so we are pleased to keep offering this option for those who enjoy a registered fitness class. While we are exploring how to reopen the Dow Centennial Centre, we won’t be offering registered programs inside at this time,” explained Diane Yanch, Culture and...

Skatepark access road to get repaved

Posted on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 12:15 PM

As part of the 2020 Local Road Rehab program, The City is repaving the access road and parking stall areas in front of the Skatepark. See picture below.

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The scope of work is just a simple removal of the top layer of asphalt and repaving. The road will not be completed closed, but parking will not be permitted within the area shown in red outline. The contractor is scheduled to begin work later this week and the work should be completed by June 19, weather permitting.