"Up to 500 shared e-scooters could be available for rent in the city beginning in the spring, with the city currently finalizing rules for the service.   The city will issue a maximum of two permits to vendors looking to rent out e-scooters.   Under the proposed rules, e-scooters can operate in Saskatoon from April 15 to October 31."   For more information:   See the complete

Starting January 3, 2023, property owners who have had a change in their property's assessment, tax status or ownership from the previous year will receive a 2023 Notice of Assessment in the mail.   The 2023 property assessment roll will be open for public inspection from January 3 to February 3, 2023, this is called the 30-Day Assessment Review and Appeal Period. To file a formal appeal

We have an Art Mural on Central Avenue! Western Ag has just completed an Art Mural on the north wall of their building at 804 Central Avenue.   The location on the Western Ag building is ideal. As Josh Jacobson the Artist put it: "I wanted to create an intriguing design that would mesh nicely with its surroundings, taking cues from the streetscaping elements, sculptures and colours that

The Province has formalized regulations around the use of electric scooters in the province: New regulations enable municipalities to allow e-scooters on roads.   This may generate questions about what this means for e-scooters in Saskatoon. According to the City: "E-scooter use is still subject to the municipality having a bylaw in place, which we do not yet have in Saskatoon."   Here is some

Please see the below message from the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce.   COVID Mandates and Protocols Set to End in February   Today the province announced its plan to end the Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test policy on February 14th along with the end of the public health order effective February 28th.   Effective February 14th businesses that are currently mandated to require proof of vaccination or a negative test

Please see the below message from the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce.   Budget Should Focus on Cost Control and Competitiveness   Saskatoon City Council urged to examine tax rates through a recovery lens   The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce is urging City Council to review the city’s proposed 2022-2023 Business Plan and Budget with a greater focus on cost control, competitiveness and Saskatoon’s economic


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