Please join us on Tuesday, November 24, from 7 pm – 9 pm at St. Philip School Library (1901 Haultain Ave) to come and hear updates from Councillor Mairin Loewen, new Fire Chief Morgan Hackl, and your APCCA executive, as we celebrate the growth of our city and our community we want to make sure we connect families, schools, churches, businesses…..everyone.
Get the poster here in PDF.
Looking for the Zumba Schedule. It's right here.
Please note that In Person Fall Program Registration will be happening at Hugh Carins School from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm on Wednesday, September 9. See you there!
Online Fall Program Registration Information, including schedules, classes offered etc is all available. If you were looking for soccer information, it's included here also.
You're Invited to learn more about the City of Saskatoon's Annual budget process, and participate in Shaping Our Financial Future, Budget 2016.
Meeting is Monday, June 15, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm at City Hall.
Saturday, June 6th is our APCCA Family Fun Day!
The day starts with a Pancake Breakfast and is followed up by a full day of activity. Night Owl Entertainment is on site with a bunch of fun. All of our APCCA soccer teams will be involved in a soccer Tourney. Jump House, Wagon Rides, Face Painting, Balloon Funn, Outdoor Volleyball, Raffles, 50-50, BBQ and much more. Come out and celebrate our beautiful community!
A public Traffic Review meeting will be held on Thursday, June 11, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Hugh Cairns School.
A neighbourhood review aims to get input from area residents about neighbourhood issues relating to speed, pedestrian safety and increased traffic volume, short cutting, etc. Only local and collector streets are reviewed as part of a neighbourhood; arterials are treated differently.
A typical neighbourhood review will begin with a community meeting held early in year, typically between January to March to engage area residents and hear about their concerns.
The Transportation Division then reviews these concerns and follows up with traffic volume, speed and pedestrian studies in areas identified as a major concern and field reviews will be completed. Traffic monitoring data will be used to determine the recommended mitigation, such as signage or traffic calming measures, and a full plan will be presented to residents at a secondary meeting. We welcome as much feedback and comments as we can get, so we also offer the plans and online discussions at Shaping Saskatoon for a month. Once the plan is received and agreed upon by residents, it is then submitted to City Council for approval.
Once a plan is approved by council, the measures are implemented.
Signage may be installed (pedestrian crosswalks, no parking, stop and yield, speed signs)
Traffic calming may be installed temporary until proven effective
Sidewalks or any other permanent measures may be installed when funding is available.
Citizens can report neighbourhood traffic concerns by calling Transportation Customer Service at306-975-2454 or by completing a Community Traffic Issue report.
An event for the whole family! Check it out here.
Be sure to check it out...lots and lots of info about your neighbourhood!