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Public survey on recreation now online

Posted on Wednesday, February 05, 2020 06:15 AM

February 5 to 29th

The City of Fort Saskatchewan is conducting an online survey to measure satisfaction, determine needs, and rate current levels of service at recreational facilities, open spaces and registered programs.

The survey is about 10 minutes long and covers customer satisfaction, as well as a gap analysis of existing programs. “This City does great things. This survey will provide an excellent picture of where we are now, what is working, and what recreational needs are not being met,”...

Name the New Fire Trucks

Posted on Monday, February 03, 2020 06:45 AM

The City of Fort Saskatchewan and its Fire Department are welcoming two brand new fire trucks to their fleet very soon.

The Fire Department is seeking help from the community in naming these new fire trucks. The contest will be open to children who reside in Fort Saskatchewan, aged 5-12 (elementary school). Each qualified child can submit two names, one for each truck and contest activity. Winning names will then be voted on by the general public.

Submissions will be accepted at:

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Tourism Hosting Grant Awarded to Fort Saskatchewan Rebels Major Lacrosse Club

Posted on Thursday, January 30, 2020 07:45 AM

The Fort Saskatchewan Rebels Major Lacrosse Club has been awarded $500 for hosting the upcoming Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League North Division Tier 1 Draft.  This will be held February 8 at Fort Saskatchewan Community Hall, Normandy Room.  This draft is expecting a crowd of 200 players, parents, coaches and fans in attendance.  Rebels Major Lacrosse had an exciting 2019 season and is looking to build from that success for 2020.

The Fort Saskatchewan Tourism Hosting Grant program is accepting...

We're on the Search for Youth Volunteers

Posted on Thursday, January 16, 2020 11:15 AM

Youth Council and the Youth Action Committee are looking for members

We're recruiting members for the Youth Council and Youth Action Committee. Both groups are a way for local youth to get involved in the community. The Youth Action Committee is about being involved and participating in various projects, and the Youth Council is about raising awareness of issues relevant to youth living in Fort Saskatchewan.

Youth Council is for ages 14- 24 years of age. It’s for youth who want to have a voice on issues...

Temporary Overnight Warming Centre Opening

Posted on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 11:30 AM

January 15, 16 and 17 at Alliance Church

A coalition of community churches and agencies met with the City of Fort Saskatchewan to determine what resources could be enacted quickly to provide a warm place to sleep for Fort Saskatchewan’s homeless during this extreme cold weather.

“As fast as possible, the location and logistics were agreed upon by this caring group of community leaders. I applaud their efforts to provide shelter for the most vulnerable in our community,” stated Mayor Gale Katchur.