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Carscadden Park Pickleball Courts Ribbon Cutting

Posted on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 11:07 AM

Join City Council and the Fort Saskatchewan Pickleball Association for an official ribbon cutting of the newly renovated pickleball courts.

The pickleball courts were approved through a Community Initiated Project application. The Carscadden dry pad is now offering the community and league six dedicated pickleball courts for outdoor play.

This project was championed by the Fort Saskatchewan Pickleball Association who are currently offering league play. Everyone is encouraged to attend the ribbon...

Sports Fields Update - June 14, 2022

Posted on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 10:02 AM

Sports Field Status: ALL Sports Fields are CLOSED

The City of Fort Saskatchewan has deemed the conditions unplayable due to severe weather and/or increased probability of risk and damages. We will reassess conditions tomorrow Wednesday, June 15.

ALL Sports Fields are closed for use, any scheduled bookings have been cancelled. User takes on full responsibility for any damages or risk involved, if diamond/field is played on.

Canada Day concert returns

Posted on Monday, June 13, 2022 10:00 AM

Live music is back baby! It’s been a long two years since the City has celebrated with a live Canada Day concert due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After successful virtual and modified Canada Day events, The City is pumped that Canada Day 2022 is live and in person.

After a busy day of activities for all ages in Legacy Park, the evening entertainment takes the stage at 7 p.m. with a powerhouse, all-Canadian lineup that is sure to entertain. Keep up-to-date on all the activities...

Tax talk

Taxes – like High School Graduation – come each June

Posted on Friday, June 10, 2022 10:48 AM

Most of you need no reminder that your property taxes are due by midnight on June 30th.

This is the money needed to run the Fire Department, Public Works Department, Municipal Enforcement, Culture and Recreation, etc. Back in 2014, we asked some Grade 4 students to talk about taxes. That was eight years ago which means these bright and engaged students are graduating High School this year.

New Development Incentives for Downtown Announced

Posted on Friday, June 10, 2022 09:20 AM

At the May 24, 2022 meeting, Fort Saskatchewan City Council voted unanimously in favour of establishing two new incentives to encourage residential development in the city’s downtown core; a Brownfield Tax Exemption and a Downtown Development Grant. The Downtown Action Plan, adopted by Council in July of 2021, identifies residential development as a key priority to supporting businesses in the area, and included the creation of development incentives among its 23 recommendations.

“Downtown Fort Saskatchewan...