General, Important Notices

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Field House Parking Changes Effective Monday, April 24th

Field House Parking Changes  Effective Monday, April 24th

IMPORTANT NOTICE

The University of Saskatchewan is set to begin construction of the new twin-ice facility on April 24, 2017. Saskatoon Field House patrons will see some changes to available parking starting April 24 when a construction fence will be erected and there will be no public access to the south parking lot located on university grounds.

For patrons using the Field House during this time, the north parking lot or Lot #15 (U of S designated lot located east of the Field House) will be available for vehicle parking.  All patron vehicles parked in these lots must register their license plate through the parking terminal located in the lobby at the Field House. There is no fee for Saskatoon Field House patrons to park, but your license plate must be registered though the parking terminal.  Please refer to posted parking restrictions located on site and at the parking kiosk.

The City of Saskatoon appreciates your patience as we manage the parking requirements during the construction phase.  We will continue to work with our user groups and patrons to accommodate parking needs and provide updates as required.

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Paving the way to an age-friendly city

An age-friendly community benefits people of all ages. The whole community benefits when everyone lives in security, has sound housing, enjoys good health and continues to participate in society in a meaningful way.

afsi-phase-3-reportThe Phase  3  Age-Friendly Saskatoon Initiative: Implementation and Evaluation report  describes community conversations that SCOA held with older adults and key stakeholders and highlights achievements and successes.

One year into implementation there is evidence of the community impact of the activities of the Age-friendly Saskatoon Initiative . New partnerships, programs and services and inclusion of older adults in planning illustrate that the Saskatoon community is responding positively to a growing older adult population.

While much remains to be done, and known challenges prevail, the future is encouraging. The community and its citizens are responding.

Official release of the Age-Friendly  Saskatoon Initiative Phase 3 Report

Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017  Time: 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Location: Saskatoon Council on Aging Resource Centre
2020 College Drive  (Saskatoon Field House)