2020 Ward Boundary Review
Saskatoon is growing and as a result, the Municipal Wards Commission must establish new ward boundaries. The current boundaries came into effect in 2016 and, under The Cities Act, each ward must meet the legislated population variance requirement. Recent population estimates show the populations of wards 5 and 8 fall below the variation limit and wards 8 and 10 exceed the variation limit. Aside from population, the Commission also considered special diversity or communities of interest present in the ward. The Commission considers all public input prior to making a final decision.
Citizens are invited to comment and provide feedback on the 3 options listed online or to share any other ideas. Information on how to submit comments can be found at https://www.saskatoon.ca/city-hall/voting-elections/election-ward-boundaries:
You are invited to attend the second public consultation:
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 7 PM
Committee Room "E"
City Hall (door No. 1 - 4th Avenue entrance)
Public parking available in the City Hall staff lot after 6 PM
Provide Your Feedback Online at saskatoon.ca/engage.