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Capture the essence of Fort Saskatchewan

There is something iconic about a historic downtown at the heart of a city. Downtown Fort Saskatchewan offers many experiences including relaxation, education and recreation. It’s relaxing just to stroll the streets and shop. It’s an education to step into history at the Fort Heritage Precinct or appreciate beautiful public art. If it’s recreation you seek, look no further than the river valley trail system that connects right into the downtown core at Legacy Park. For fun time or downtime, Downtown Fort Saskatchewan has a place and space for you!

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Our Downtown Murals celebrate art, culture, and local heritage. They also serve as memorable and welcoming landmarks in our beautiful city.

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Aurora in the Birch Mural

Location: 10310 100 Ave Painted on the wall facing to 104th Street
Artist: Kelly Mellings, Pulp Studio Inc.

The mural’s concept, captured by the Kelly Mellings, reveals the magic of childhood, the mesmerizing glow of the northern lights, and the city’s connection to its Birch Hills heritage.

Chamber of Commerce Murals

Location: 9923 103 Street Painted on the side of the Fort Saskatchewan and District Chamber Of Commerce building
Artist: A. Dawdy, Centaur Graphics

Centennial Mural

Location: 10004 101 Street Painted on Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church
Artist: Charles Johnston, C5 Artworks (Winnipeg)

The mural provides a pictorial record of our history from 1908 when the first Mass was said until the present day.


Location: 10005 102 Street Painted on City Hall
Artist: William Frymire

A colourful glass tile mural in front of City Hall that pays tribute to the ebb and flow of the North Saskatchewan River.

Customers as Partners Mural

Location: 9916 102 Street Painted on the RBC building
Artist: Sherry Holowach-McIntyre, RS Signs

The mural was painted in 1992-1993.

Every Child Matters

Location: 10005 102 Street Painted on the sidewalk outside Fort Saskatchewan City Hall
Artist: Ellie Lagrandeur, Local Indigenous artist

From the artist: “The City approached me to do a sidewalk mural. The Every Child Matters movement was the inspiration,” said Lagrandeur. “It’s all about promoting healing, for everybody. It’s not just for Indigenous culture, it’s for everybody. Every child matters. It doesn’t matter what child what culture, what country, what colour, it’s every child.”

Fort on the Saskatchewan Mural

Location: 100 Avenue between 101 and 102 Street Painted on the side of Fort Lanes Bowling Alley
Artist: Doug Driediger

The mural highlights some of the key people and events of our history.

Grow in Fort Saskatchewan Mural

Location: 8803 102 St
Artist: Ashley Rosenow, Illustrious Interiors

From the artist: "Each flower, plant, symbol was carefully selected to represent many of our newcomers in our city. Some elements that were included were the red rose, heliconia, letter "W" to represent Columbia, the peacock, lotus, letter "O" to represent India, the nightingale, wheat, cornflower, letter "G" to represent Ukraine, the sampaguita, anahaw leaf, letter "R" to represent the Philippines, the plum blossom to represent China, the Lapageria rosea to represent Chile, and lavender to represent Portugal. The sheep was also added as they have become a staple to Fort Saskatchewan for over 30 years."

In Bloom Mural

Location: 9924 102 St Painted on the side of Twice but Nice
Artists: Thomas Brothers (Dave and Allan), Flying Colors Murals

The Thomas brothers got their inspiration from the flowers growing at Legacy Park in the Downtown of Fort Saskatchewan. "These floral murals are here to remind us that the combinations of shapes and colors always look great. They reveal the beauty and immense power of nature. It is so playful, colourful and screams summertime. Pieces are the type that make you stare at for long periods of time, discovering new details in the extremely rich amusing floral work."

Mountain View Mural

Location: 9930 103 Street Painted in the back alley

The mural depicts fascinating view of a distant mountain range and the abundance of natural beauty in Canada.

Smith Insurance Mural

Location: 9902 102 Street Painted on the side of Smith Insurance building
Artist: Grady Wallace, Rad Originals

This mural was done by a local resident and artist, Grady Wallace of Rad Originals.

Wash Land Train Mural

Location: 10206 99 Ave Painted on the side of Wash Land Coin Laundry
Artist: Evan Brunt

This mural was inspired by the 'Fort Turn', a train that came daily to Fort Saskatchewan to pick up cars from industry and grain elevators while leaving empty cars to be filled for the next pick up. The silhouettes depicted in the mural are actual employees who worked on the Fort Turn in the 1970s.

This mural project was approved for funding through the Fort Saskatchewan Storefront Improvement Incentive program.

We All Belong Mural

Location: 10203A 100 Ave Painted on the side of City Donair
Artist: Ashley Rosenow, Illustrious Interiors

Ashley Rosenow, the owner of Illustrious Interiors, says that this mural was made to promote cultural diversity, unity, and inclusivity.

Welcome to Fort Sask Mural

Location: Corner of 102 Street and 99 Avenue
Artist: Dave Thomas, Flying Colors Murals

The concept of the mural is based on the classic “greetings from” postcards and was designed to not only welcome visitors into Downtown Fort Saskatchewan, but also act as a backdrop for visitors to snap a picture and share their adventures. Each letter in the mural celebrates local landmarks and scenes.

Parklet and Pergola

Downtown Parklet

Location: Corner of 102 St and 100 Ave

Enjoy a seasonal curbside parklet conveniently located near restaurants, retailers, and the library. This new, vibrant parklet is just the place to catch your breath and relax while enjoying the Downtown.

Downtown Parklet  Downtown Parklet

Downtown Pergola

Location: 102 St, just off 99 Ave

A new pergola, tables, and planters create an inviting space for outdoor dining, working and entertainment during events and festivals. All Downtown visitors who stop by the pergola will find themselves surrounded by public art and nearby restaurants for convenient take out.

Downtown Pergola

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