Category Archives: City of Saskatoon

Community meeting at Saskatoon Police Service – note new date

Please note the new date, Wednesday March 14, for the Central Division Advisory Committee Meeting with Saskatoon Police Service from  7 – 9 pm .


POLICE meeting March 2018


FINAL Mayfair – Kelsey Woodlawn LAP review is April 1 at 7pm

A reminder that the final Local Area Plan review meeting is Wednesday, April 1st at 7pm.

They will review all of the changes discussed at the previous three meetings, and also do some prioritizing. The LAP draft, with changes noted in red, is available at

Mayfair & Kelsey-Woodlawn LAP Review Meeting
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
St. Michael Community School – Gymnasium

Public Service Announcement

The City of Saskatoon invites residents to participate in the third round of open public engagement for the Growth Plan to Half a Million (Growth Plan).

Public Meetings are being held at TCU Place on Tuesday, March 3rd:

Main Events – Growth Plan Focused Discussions
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
TCU Place, 35 22nd Street East
Daytime Session: Noon to 2 p.m. OR Evening Session: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Online survey is here if you can’t make it to a meeting:

The City of Saskatoon invites residents to participate in the third round of open public engagement for the Growth Plan to Half a Million (Growth Plan).

Input is being sought on the recommended long-term plans for a new transit system with Bus Rapid Transit (BRT); a new river crossing at 33rd Street; BRT lanes on the University Bridge; and, redevelopment along major corridors like 8th Street, 22nd Street, and Preston Avenue.

The public also has an opportunity to provide feedback on the recommended implementation priorities for putting specific features of the Growth Plan in motion over the short- , medium- , and long-term.

Detailed project information and an online survey will be available at beginning Wednesday, February 25, through Wednesday, March 18, 2015.

In addition to online engagement, there are several public events being hosted for residents to learn more and provide input into the development of the Growth Plan.

Main Events – Growth Plan Focused Discussions
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
TCU Place, 35 22nd Street East
Daytime Session: Noon to 2 p.m.
Evening Session: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Growth Plan Campus Consultation
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Louis’ Loft, 93 Campus Drive
3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The input gathered during this round of engagement will help to develop the long-term plans for corridor redevelopment, transit, and core area bridges, as well as set the direction for an implementation plan. We will be back in the fall to share what we heard and confirm the final Growth Plan with the public.

Once complete, the Growth Plan will help to guide future infrastructure investments so residents will have more choices for how they live and move around the city as Saskatoon grows to half a million people over the next 30 to 40 years.

For more information on the Growth Plan or to sign up for project update notifications, please visit .

Saskatoon is changing. It’s how we manage change that is important. Growing Forward! Shaping Saskatoon is a public planning initiative to develop a Growth Plan to Half a Million that will help guide future infrastructure investments so residents will have more choices for how they live and move aro…

Tuesday, February 24 – 7pm meeting for Mayfair/Kelsey-Woodlawn Local Area Plan (LAP)

From Konrad Andre:

Hi Everyone, a friendly reminder that our third review meeting for the Mayfair & Kelsey-Woodlawn Local Area Plan will be held tomorrow evening:

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
St. Michael Community School – Gymnasium
22 33rd Street East
7:00 PM

We will be reviewing important draft sections of the plan:
•Transit & Active Transportation
•Parks, Open Spaces, and Community Gardens
•Preserving History, Heritage and Culture
•North Downtown Master Plan & Saskatchewan Polytechnic

To view the draft sections, please visit  LAP for Mayfair and Kelsey-Woodlawn  (Scroll down the page a bit until you come to the Mayfair/Kelsey-Woodlawn LAP information)

Photo radar coming to your community

Take care in your neighbourhood school zones: 30 km/hour and no u-turns

Photo radar is coming to our community at St. Michael Community School on 33rd Street East and Ecole Henry Kelsey on Valens Drive.  See below article link for more details on these locations along with others in the city:

Traffic Review for Hudson Bay Park


Hudson Bay Park Neighbourhood
Traffic Review
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Mount Royal Collegiate (Cafeteria)
2220 Rusholme Road

Residents of the Hudson Bay Park neighbourhood are invited to attend a public meeting to review and discuss a draft traffic plan for their area. The meeting will be hosted by the City of Saskatoon, Transportation Division.

On April 30, 2014 Hudson Bay Park residents participated in discussions and identified ideas and solutions to address traffic concerns in their neighbourhood. Based on feedback and information received during this meeting, other sources, traffic counts and existing traffic studies, the Transportation Division has prepared a draft area-wide traffic plan. The meeting on groups and other stakeholders an opportunity to comment on specific traffic adjustments being proposed for this neighbourhood.

Please join us as we discuss the traffic issues that affect you and your neighbourhood.

** Your Community Association will be selling homemade cookies and fudge as well as coffee to support Hockey Day for the community at Henry Kelsey Rink! Please bring a few dollars to support us. **

Please send comments to:
Justine Nyen, Traffic Safety Engineer

City approves Better Improvement District (BID) for 33rd St W business area

Exciting news for the community!

Business owners hope to keep 'small-town vibe'

Judy Denham is part of the 33rd St. improvement committee putting proposals forward to better the district like traffic safety, October 2, 2014

Photograph by: Gord Waldner , The StarPhoenix

Saskatoon’s northwest neighbourhoods of Hudson Bay Park, Caswell Hill and Mayfair are intersected and connected by 33rd Street West, a single lane, east-west road nestled between elm trees and a variety of private businesses.

The street is lined with a patchwork of buildings; some are 1930s-era houses, some could serve as small warehouses and some host three or four businesses in one building. The area is anchored by a small Safeway store that looks to be a hub of activity. Despite the street’s small-town feel, Nicola Tabb and Judy Denham see room for improvement. The two business owners are among a group of 16 whose application to the city for a business improvement district (BID) was approved Monday by the city’s finance committee.

According to the city, a BID functions to support “economic diversity and prosperity; specifically the long-term strategy of working with local businesses to promote Saskatoon as a great place to live, work and raise a family.”

Judy Denham’s family has deep roots in the area. Her Flag Shop is one of two original businesses there. Her grandfather started what was first Denham Window Cleaners in 1947.

“Thirty-third Street has gone through various transitions. My family started here a long time ago. The area has had its ups and downs and its transitions,” she said.

“The street has had a bit of a bad reputation with things like low-income housing and rougher crowds known for loitering around. There were also massage parlours.”

Denham said she’s excited about the BID and its potential to help beautify the neighbourhood.

“I’ve heard from community members that they’re really excited about being a BID. It gives them assurance that the businesses here are concerned about the community and street,” she said. Denham and Tabb included a list of changes in the application they submitted to the city: street art, benches, flower pots, garbage cans and ashtrays, advertising and banners marking the area.

“It has a nice small-town vibe. There are lots of independent, locally owned businesses here,” said Tabb, who owns Better Off Duds.

She has lived in Caswell Hill and Mayfair over the last 10 years and has owned her clothing store on 33rd Street for two and a half years.

“The locally owned businesses help define and maintain character in the neighbourhood. They’re invested in the future of it,” she said.

Tabb was one of the key organizers in getting the BID application started and getting other businesses involved with the process. She said the last thing she wants is to see 33rd Street turned into a through way for busy traffic heading west to Circle Drive. That’s why she and her neighbours have addressed parking in their application with the city, she said. Regardless of what happens with parking meters, Denham and Tabb agreed the street must at least maintain its current parking spots. They said that contributes to the needed pedestrian traffic that lend it the small-town feel.

City officials will now prepare a bylaw for consideration at a public hearing into the BID application.

“This is a very good thing to see with the community coming together on 33rd,” Randy Pshebylo, executive director of the Riversdale BID, told Monday’s finance committee meeting. “It’s an exciting time to start this up.”