Select a Date Range
Good Neighbour

August 2022 Good Neighbour Recipients

Posted on Friday, August 19, 2022 07:34 AM

Jerry Fisher | City Centre

Jerry is always willing to lend a hand and help anyone out.  As a neighbour of a few years, Jerry has always kept a watchful eye on the neighbourhood and communicated all suspicious activities to the neighbours that need to be aware.  I appreciate Mr. Fisher as both a neighbour and a friend. 

Al & Shannon Hostyn | City Centre

Al and Shannon, my friends, my neighbours.  You help me feel safe and appreciated in this neighbourhood. We...

M.E. and YOU: Coyotes Sightings

Posted on Tuesday, August 16, 2022 08:15 AM

The Coyote is one of Alberta’s native wildlife species that plays a beneficial role in the eco-system. They’re Regularly seen in the North Saskatchewan River valley and around Fort Saskatchewan. We often receive questions from about coyotes and how to deal with them.

Coyotes are the size of a medium size dog. Coyotes pose little threat to humans; however, they have been known to attack cats and dogs.

Here are some things you can do to deter coyotes:

  • Store garbage, recycling and organics properly...

Construction Updates – August 9, 2022

Posted on Tuesday, August 09, 2022 02:05 PM

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
  • Storm infrastructure is installed
  • Sidewalks are complete
  • Subgrade work for the road is complete. Gravel is being placed.
  • Work on the curb and gutter will start the week of August 15
Crosswalk Improvements Greenfield Way Traffic Calming
  • Detailed...

M.E. and YOU: Vision Zero

Posted on Monday, August 08, 2022 01:54 PM

Did you know Fort Saskatchewan is a proud member of the Vision Zero Network. Vision Zero is the long term goal of zero traffic fatalities and serious injuries.

Vision Zero is a long-term strategy, that means changes to infrastructure and traffic safety culture will take time. The Safe Systems Model is an evidence-based approach that allows us to check, guide and improve traffic safety by considering how all parts of the transportation system interact.

We will eliminate serious injury using the Safe...

M.E. and YOU: Crosswalks

Posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2022 03:01 PM

If you need to cross a street, the best place to cross is at a marked crosswalk.

Marked crosswalks are placed in areas with better visibility and have signs to indicate to drivers that pedestrians cross the road at this location. If a marked crosswalk isn’t available, cross at a street corner – it’s safer than crossing in the middle of a block. Pedestrians should always stop, look both ways and make eye contact with drivers before entering a crosswalk. Drivers should always proceed cautiously when...