CityPage January 19, 2023 Edition

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In this week's CityPage issue: Indoor Recreation Survey, Fitness and Wellness Programs at the Dow Centennial Centre, 2023 Property Assessment Notices information, FHP presents: A True Crime Conversation, and more...


Your Voice Matters.

Help shape the future of our community. Complete the online survey and share your opinion about indoor recreation facilities in Fort Saskatchewan. Complete the survey before January 31, 2023, to be entered into a draw to win a $250 grocery gift card.

Don’t forget your unique access code, found on the postcard mailed to your home. If you haven’t received your card, please contact

My Fort. My City. My Say.


Don't forget to register for Winter 2023 Fitness and Wellness Programs

Be sure to check out our fitness classes, preschool programs, as well as no-school day programs at

Amazing programs sometimes get cancelled due to low registration numbers. Make sure to sign up early to help prevent class cancellations.

We still spaces left in the following classes:


City Council approved the 2023 Operating Budget which includes an update to the annual Property Assessment & Tax Notices. Commencing 2023, the City will no longer issue combined notices.

Starting February 2023 and each year thereafter, property owners in Fort Saskatchewan will receive a Property Assessment Notice separate from their Property Tax Notice. This notice will include information on their property assessment ONLY and is NOT a tax bill.

Annual Property Tax Notices will be issued in May 2023 with property taxes due June 30, 2023.

Issuing the Property Assessment Notices earlier in the year will give property owners the opportunity to review their assessment and to learn more about how the assessment was determined, prior to receiving their property tax notice.

Property owners requiring additional information may contact our Property Tax Department at 780-992-6228.


presented by the Fort Heritage Precinct

January 27 @ 7pm
Fort Heritage Precinct (10006 100 Ave)

Come and learn more about Alberta’s long-debated, final execution. Your museum guides will present evidence and popular theories, and debunk myths about this infamous case. Light refreshments will be served and attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the case further with museum staff.

This is an 18+ event due to content

Registration is required. Email or call to pre-register: | 780-998-1783

Robert Raymond Cook


Safety is the City's #1 priority

  • Never pass a snowplow on the right hand side unless the operator stops or slows down and signals you to pass.
  • Be careful and keep a safe distance (30 metres) from any snowplow, grader or truck and loader during snow removal.
  • Observe the signs posted or follow the directions of the crew.

Access to the snow clearing schedule, snow clearing priorities map, and more, is available at

More info: 780-992-6248 |


Last Thursday of the month (January 26)
2:00 - 3:00pm
United Church (10409-100 Ave)

Caregiver Support Group is a safe and confidential space to share and listen to others in a similar situation. Being a caregiver can have unique challenges, this is a time for reassurance, where caregivers can realize they are not alone. We keep all topics open for discussion.

For more information please call 780-992-6267.


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More information, including registration information, on the following FCSS programs and workshops is available at

Financial First Aid for Service Providers
January 25 | 9:00 - 10:30am | Virtual
An interactive and engaging webinar that will empower front line staff who work with clients who may be experiencing financial distress.

Credit Counselling: Making Cent$ of Money: Budgeting 101
January 25 | 7:00 - 8:00pm | Virtual
Participants will learn the 7 steps to budgeting which will help them take control of their finances and give them peace of mind.

Anxiety Workshop
January 30 | Shell Theatre
Professionals: 9:00am - 12:00pm | Parents/Guardians: 1:30 - 4:30pm
FCSS Presents Dr. Caroline Buzanko. In this workshop, you will gain a better understanding of anxiety, how it shows up, and the key skills needed to manage it.

The Great Disconnect
February 23 | 7:00pm | Shell Theatre
Join us for a free screening of this award-winning documentary that investigates why, in a seemingly connected world, so many are left feeling disconnected.

Questions? Contact us at:780-992-6267 | 


Closed for Annual Maintenance Shutdown (January 1 - February 12)
Reopening February 13

Office will remain open during shutdown
Monday to Friday: 8:00am – 4:00pm


Take your career in the right direction

Would you like to work in a fast-paced, customer-focused organization that respects and values its employees?

To apply, find out more information, or check-out a complete listing of all open competitions, please visit

The City of Fort Saskatchewan thanks all applicants for their interest and advises that only applicants under consideration will be contacted.


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