On Monday, January 16, 2017 at 6pm, the City is launching “Let’s Talk 2020”. Let’s Talk 2020 is a series of engagement opportunities between City Council and the public that enable citizens to let us know what the City’s priorities should be over the next four years (2017-2020).
Karen Thoreson, President of the Alliance for Innovation, a network of innovative cities and countries across the United States, will present on their research of, “The Next Big Things: The Next 20 Years in Local Government”. This highlights 44 trends that could impact communities in the next generation. Additionally, there will be presentations from Saskatoon experts offering local perspectives.
The agenda is as follows:
Monday, January 16, 2017
City Council Chambers – 222 3rd Avenue North
6:00 p.m. Karen Thoreson, President of the Alliance for Innovation
7:00 p.m. Presentation from Saskatoon Local Experts
8:30 p.m. Mayor & Councillor Meet & Greet (City Hall Lobby)
More information can be found here: https://www.saskatoon.ca/city-hall/mayor-city-councillors/lets-talk-2020.
Every year the City provides temporary drop-off sites for natural Christmas trees from December 26 to January 31. Residents are encouraged to recycle live Christmas trees at
the following locations:
• Primrose Drive Recycling Depot (next to Lawson Civic Centre)
• Lowe Road Recycling Depot (Attridge Drive & Lowe Road)
• Wildwood Golf Course parking lot (8th Street East)
• George Ward Pool parking lot (1915 5th Street East)
• Doukhobor Cultural Society of Saskatchewan parking lot (525 Avenue I South at 17th Street))
• Meadowgreen Recycling Depot (Witney Avenue & 22nd Street)
The City will not pick up Christmas trees from back lanes, street fronts, black garbage or blue recycling carts. What you can do:
• Please drop off your trees at a drop-off site unwrapped and unbound.
• Remove all decorations, ornaments, and plastic bags before dropping off your tree.
• Sell, donate or take your artificial tree to the Landfill.
Clarence Downey Speed Skating Oval is open to the public. Public skating hours are Monday to Thursday from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10:15
a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Admission is free, and all skating skill levels are welcome to enjoy the 400 metre outdoor oval; speed-skates are not necessary. A modern warm-up building provides change rooms, public washrooms, and an area to lace up skates in comfort. The Oval is located on Dudley Street at Avenue R, in the Gordon Howe Complex
The Oval is closed Fridays and for a Provincial Meet from Jan. 7 & 8 and 26 to 29, 2017. For more information, please visit www.saskatoon.ca/oval or call 306-975-3318.
Remember to have your voice heard on Wednesday, Oct. 26 in the Poll 802 : Greystone Heights School – 2721 Main Street.
Nominations for Mayor:
Don ATCHISON (Business Man)
Charlie CLARK (Educator)
Devon HEIN (Consultant)
Kelley MOORE (Urban Planner/Business Owner)
Nominations for City Councillor — Ward 8:
Evan DRISNER (Division Manager)
Sarina GERSHER (GIS Analyst)
Nominations forPublic School Board Trustee — Ward 8:
Robin BELLAMY (Self Employed)
Dan RICHERT (Substitute Educational Assistant)
Brad SCHIELE (Business Owner)
Suzanne ZWARYCH (Researcher and Educator)
City of Saskatoon is asking for your opinion about the Community Association Program. It is short, self-explain survey. Please take several minutes to tell our community consultant your opinions.
We hope to gather up all of the results by September 30th and share back our findings with you shortly after that.
The Greystone Heights Neighbourhood Traffic Review is complete and posted online for review.
A report outlining the review will be going to the Standing Policy Committee on Transportation next Monday, April 11 for review. If approved by the committee, it will go onto City Council on April 25 for final approval.
Here’s a link to the report.
Here’s a link to the committee and Council meetings page. The agenda for next week’s meeting should be posted later this week.
Please mark in your calendar for this opportunity to learn and talk about the transportation issues in Greystone Heights Community
Greystone Heights School – 2721 Main Street
Rememberance Day Service in Saskatoon:
- SaskTel Center (November 11, 2015, 9:00am) Free admission: http://sasktelcentre.com/event.php?event=418-a02ecef6
- University of Saskatchewan: http://ussu.ca/event/remembrance-day-on-campus/
MEND for 7 – 13 year olds
What is MEND 7-13?
MEND empowers children and families to become fitter and healthier. This free program is fun and interactive and supports 7 – 13 year old children and their families to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
Who can participate?
MEND 7-13 is for children 7 to 13 year olds who are above a healthy weight (BMI 85 percent or higher).
St. Mark’s School (414 Pendygrasse Road)
October 20 – December 17, 2015 (Cancelled November 12)
Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30 – 8:30 pm
College of Kinesiology (87 Campus Drive)
October 18 – December 16, 2015 (Cancelled November 11)
Mondays 6:30 – 8:30 pm & Sundays 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
For more information. visit: http://kinesiology.usask.ca/mend-sk-7to13.php
Active Like a Girl is a free annual one-day sports event for girls ages 10 to 14 that will be held on Sunday, September 13, 2015, from 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the SaskTel Sports Centre (150 Nelson Road).
Register by September 10, 2015, by calling 306-975-3378. Transportation services are available; please inquire when registering.
For more information: https://www.saskatoon.ca/news-releases/active-girl-event-sunday-september-13-2015