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

Annexation - Portion of Range Road 223

The City of Fort Saskatchewan submitted an Annexation Application to the Municipal Government Board (MGB) on June 3, 2021 for a portion of Range Road 223. This annexation is supported by Strathcona County and there are no known objections to the annexation proposal.

More information on Range Road 223 Annexation

New Land Use Bylaw (LUB)

To achieve the objectives of “Our Fort, Our Future”, the City is initiating the process of creating a new bylaw that aligns with the new MDP and will serve the community’s needs into the future.

In order to make sure we have the best Land Use Bylaw to address the characteristics of your neighbourhoods while achieving the MDP objectives set for the area, we want to hear from you!

More information on Fort Saskatchewan's New Land Use Bylaw

Recreation Survey

In March 2021, City Council sought input from the community on its priorities related to recreation capital projects through an online survey.

Information on several recreation capital projects and the cost to construct then operate the amenities was provided. The survey asked participants to rank the projects in terms of importance to their household and for timing of when the project would ideally occur in the next ten years.

More information on the Recreation Priorities Survey 2021

Traffic Safety Survey

The City of Fort Saskatchewan needs your feedback on speed limit changes and traffic calming measures proposed to improve traffic safety in Fort Saskatchewan.

The survey is available June 8 to 22, 2021.

Take the Traffic Survey