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CityPage November 3, 2022 Edition

Posted on Thursday, November 03, 2022 08:00 AM

In this week's CityPage issue: Harbour Pool public swims, Share the Warmth, FCSS programs and workshops, and more...

HARBOUR POOL Public Swims Dive In Movie Event
The Bad Guys
Saturday, November 5 @ 5-8pm

A special thank you to Inter Pipeline for sponsoring this event.

The full swim schedule can be found at


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More information on all FCSS programs and workshops is available at 


Construction Updates – November 2, 2022

Posted on Wednesday, November 02, 2022 10:19 AM

94 Street Road Widening

  • 94 Street from Southfort Drive to approximately 300m south of the Hospital is being widened from 2 lanes to 4 lanes
  • Project is complete except for some minor deficiencies
Greenfield Way Traffic Calming
  • Work includes concrete bump outs at Greenfield Link and Dillingham Ave, raised crosswalks and flashing crosswalk lights
  • Line painting will be complete in November, depending on weather. Remaining signage will be installed in early November.
Highway 15 Bridge Twinning
  • Alberta...

Fire Services Master Plan is on the way

Posted on Monday, October 31, 2022 09:10 AM

City Council will be reviewing the plan in the next few weeks

The City of Fort Saskatchewan’s Fire Services Master Plan is scheduled to be discussed at the end of November or early December this year.  In late 2021, Council approved the initiative to conduct an in-depth review and analysis of the Fort Saskatchewan Fire Department to develop a Fire Services Master Plan. An update on the Plan was presented at the September 27, 2022 Council Meeting.

The initiative intends to provide a...

Council Meeting Highlights - October 25, 2022

Posted on Thursday, October 27, 2022 10:00 AM

The October 25, 2022 Council Meeting Highlights are now available.

You can also watch the October 25, 2022 Council Meeting video on our YouTube channel.

Council Column – October 27, 2022

Posted on Thursday, October 27, 2022 09:00 AM

Have your say on Infrastructure by Mayor Gale Katchur

Since being elected to Council in 2007 and becoming Mayor in 2010, I have seen our City Council become involved in advancing many new infrastructure projects in Fort Saskatchewan. While most people will agree building new infrastructure is required if our community wants to provide excellent quality of life for our citizens, others fail to recognize the benefits.

I am always reminded of the Dow Centennial Centre (DCC) and the opposition that...