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City Council votes on waste and organics funding, with curbside organics program to launch in 2023.
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We're looking for two inspirational and intelligent people leaders to join our team and take HR to the next level! Read the full job descriptions for our two Director Human Resources roles at
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We've reached a major milestone in our work towards providing a fully accessible transit service. With the addition of new buses, our regular bus fleet is now 100% accessible! They can all kneel and/or have a ramp. Celebrate with us @tcu_placeon March 28 from 2-4 p.m.!
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Looking to keep the kids active and having fun during the upcoming school break at Easter? Register now for any of 6 FREE camps over 3 days! Call 306-975-3378 or visit or any City Leisure Centre.
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City of Saskatoon Mar 23
Did you know that the City of Saskatoon has constructed four LEED buildings, which is a green building certification? Learn more about energy, greenhouse gases, the environment, and sustainability on the newly expanded Environmental Dashboard.
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City of Saskatoon Mar 22
Replying to @derekwright_sk
Hi Derek. To protect your privacy, if you would like to direct message your phone number to us, a Customer Care Agent Supervisor is happy to discuss these concerns with you.
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City of Saskatoon Mar 22
Application deadline extended! Help make a difference in our community and consider applying for a City of Saskatoon Board Member position before April 7, 2019. There are various vacancies, maybe one is of interest to you? Go or call 306-975-3240.
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City of Saskatoon Mar 22
Swing into the season! Get your season pass or Club 6 Pack at 2018 rates until March 31! Holiday Park, Silverwood & Wildwood pro-shops open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon-Fri. Or Sat. Mar. 30 & Sun. Mar. 31 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visit .
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City of Saskatoon Mar 22
Replying to @karjar358
Hi Jeff. Thank you for reaching out. Crews are transitioning to spring road maintenance, but also ready in case we see more snow. Street sweeping will be scheduled for early May. See news release on topic:
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City of Saskatoon Mar 22
Come out to learn about proposed plans for festival site, trail upgrades, potential expansion concepts for the Saskatoon Civic Conservatory & a parking & transit service study for the Kinsmen Park & Area. for more.
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City of Saskatoon Mar 21
Head's up drivers! Starting TOMORROW, going north and south on Idylwyld Drive, northbound lanes will be closed and southbound lanes will be reduced between 33rd and 36th Street west to repair a water main. Drivers are asked to use Alberta Avenue as a detour.
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City of Saskatoon Mar 21
It’s ! DYK? We have over 1,000 km of water & 1,000 sewer pipes running under our city, getting clean & used water to & from homes, businesses & industry? Watch and visit to learn more. via
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City of Saskatoon Mar 21
Replying to @eprairiegrrl
Hi Shelley. For water outages, affected addresses should review their yellow drinking water advisory door hanger. After repair, water should be boiled before consuming until green water advisory lifted door hanger arrives. Please call 24/7 Customer Care Centre at 306-975-2476.
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City of Saskatoon Mar 20
Replying to @plumbermike84
Hi Mike. Thank you for reaching out. Snow is removed so roads can dry up for street sweeping. Each location is evaluated before we remove it so we don’t waste efforts. See our video posted earlier today for news about street sweeping & spring road maintenance!
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City of Saskatoon Mar 20
The City is transitioning to spring road maintenance activities, while also being ready for the potential of more snow. Watch and visit for schedules coming soon. via
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City of Saskatoon Mar 20
Replying to @rcousyn
Thank you Remi. We will give this to our Customer Care Centre.
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City of Saskatoon Mar 20
Did you know that Saskatoon has 50 community gardens–up nearly ten times compared to a decade ago? Visit the newly expanded Environmental Dashboard–your first stop for information about the environment and sustainability!
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City of Saskatoon Mar 20
It’s ! DYK? Flushing things like bacon fat & rinsing oily salad dressings down the drain can make a mess of sewer pipes all the way from your home to the Wastewater Treatment Plant? Watch this & visit via
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City of Saskatoon Mar 20
Hi Christine. Thank you for the question. Snow is removed so roads can dry up for street sweeping. During melting temps, each location is evaluated before we remove it so we don’t waste efforts. For any questions or concerns, please call the 24/7 Customer Care Centre 306-975-2476
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City of Saskatoon Mar 20
Replying to @Syed_AsifHusain
Thanks Asif. We sent this to the 24/7 Customer Care Centre. A friendly reminder, for any City service concerns the number (306-975-2476) is listed at the bottom of and we encourage residents to use the report a pothole app
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