Public Engagement

Engaged People, Thriving Community

The City of Fort Saskatchewan is committed to public engagement processes that encourage two-way dialogue, build trust, and support effective decision-making. Our efforts will be guided by principles that support effective and authentic public engagement and reflect the City's corporate values.

We commit to inclusiveness, transparency, accountability, communication, commitment, and responsiveness.

View the Public Engagement Framework and Public Engagement Policy to learn more.

You can also subscribe to calendar updates for any upcoming public engagement opportunities.

City Council Meetings

City Council meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6 pm in Council Chambers of City Hall. These meetings are open to the public for attendance.

Learn more about live-streaming Council meetings or making a presentation to Council.

Social Media

The City of Fort Saskatchewan has official accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

Social Media is a great way to keep up with current events and the latest City updates. To formally contact the City, please use Fort Report or visit our contact page.

Other Opportunities for Public Engagement

Boards and Committees

Land Use Public Hearings

Northeast River Crossing Study

Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Hearings

Current engagements

103 Street Neighbourhood Rehabilitation

Brief overview: The City of Fort Saskatchewan is working on the neighbourhood rehabilitation of 103 Street between 98 Avenue and 99 Avenue. The project is tentatively scheduled for completion in 2021.

Project Description: The City of Fort Saskatchewan is planning to replace the water mains, sewer mains, storm sewer, road surface and sidewalk on 103 Street between 98 Avenue and 99 Avenue. The existing infrastructure is nearing the end of its design life and as such is in need of replacement. This project is part of an ongoing annual program that is vital to ensuring the City’s infrastructure meets current standards and demand. In an effort to modernize the existing roadway, the City has taken this opportunity to review the existing street design for 103 Street. The City of Fort Saskatchewan has prepared a draft concept plan for 103 Street that identifies wider sidewalks, concrete bump-outs, additional landscaping and parallel parking stalls. The intent of the concept is to create a more pedestrian friendly environment that will serve the existing community and future growth for many years.

Public Engagement: The City hosted a virtual Open House for residents and businesses on February 24. For those who were unable to attend, you can view the presentation below and provide any feedback, comments, or questions you may have to the project manager:

William Weizenbach, P.Eng.
Engineering Coordinator
City of Fort Saskatchewan
P: 780-992-6270