Free weekend parking coming later this month Parking will be free on Saturdays from Dec. 12 until the end of April, a move that is expected to cost the city about $350,000 in lost revenue. Saskatoon motorists won’t have to worry about plugging city-owned parking meters on weekends for a few months. At its Monday meeting, city council voted in favour of a
We want to reach out to you, our membership, to provide you with some more information on COVID-19. Please see the below article from the Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Saskatchewan business groups voice support for new restrictions New measures will restrict patrons at large retail outlets, and limit four to a table with more spacing in restaurants and bars. Even though there was no indication a
Please see the below message from Tourism Saskatoon. Tourism Saskatoon is encouraging a local approach to supporting residents and our business communities during the holidays. For more information, please see their latest blog post here.
We want to reach out to you, our membership, to provide you with some more information on COVID-19. BREAKING NEWS! With COVID-19 cases continuing to surge, Saskatchewan is expanding its mask mandate to cover the entire province and further restricting social gatherings, setting a new lower cap of five people. More details are available here: https://globalnews.ca/news/7468357/saskatchewan-province-wide-mask-mandate-gatherings/ We will continue to update you
Please see the below message from the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce. The Saskatoon Chamber applauds the targeted measures and evidence-based approach announced today by the Government of Saskatchewan. It is a smart and responsible path to addressing the challenges of COVID-19 and accelerating our economic recovery. Our Chamber has proudly joined with 34 industry associations and Chambers on an open letter
We want to reach out to you, our membership, to provide you with some more information on COVID-19. BREAKING NEWS! The Government of Saskatchewan has released additional measures to help curb the spread of COVID-19. More details are available here: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/news-and-media/2020/november/13/covid-19-additional-public-health-measures-announced We will continue to update you via email as we get more information.
The City of Saskatoon's Sidewalk Clearing Bylaw states that a property owner or occupant shall clear sidewalks of snow and ice. Property owners or tenants are required to remove snow within 24 hours after a snowfall from sidewalks and the amenity strip surrounding the entire property, not just the front door. Snow can be shovelled on to the street. City graders
We want to reach out to you, our membership, to provide you with some more information on COVID-19. BREAKING NEWS! Saskatchewan is cutting down gathering sizes and mandating mask usage in its three largest cities in an effort to control a rising wave of COVID-19 infections. Starting Friday November 6, residents of Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert will be required to
The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce has appointment Jason Aebig as Chief Executive Officer For more information, please see the news release included below. The Board of the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Aebig as Chief Executive Officer following an extensive selection process led by independent human resources consulting firm, Towriss & Associates Workforce
The remaining work for the 2020 construction season on Central Avenue is now complete. We would like to thank area businesses and residents for their continued understanding and cooperation during this important infrastructure work. Over the last several months, three projects were successfully completed on Central Avenue and 112th Street West: Central Avenue Road Resurfacing and Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project – This