- City Launches New Report a Traffic Issue Online Map
A new online tool has been launched that will allow residents to report traffic related concerns more accurately and efficiently. The new online interactive map provides citizens with the opportunity to report a traffic issue or concern associated with traffic, road signage/signals and safety on any Saskatoon street.
Similar to the City’s Report a Pothole Map, residents find the correct location, place a dot on the map and follow the prompts to report an issue. There are nine traffic issue categories to choose from including cycling safety, back lanes, pedestrian safety, road construction, short cutting traffic, speeding, signage, traffic delays or congestion and walkways.
The Report a Traffic Issue Map is available on a desktop browser, smart phone or tablet device. To access the map please visit saskatoon.ca/TrafficIssuesMap.
2. New Citizen Advisory Panel – Help us build a better Saskatoon
Become part of a new Citizen Advisory Panel where residents will be able to provide input on a range of topics that affect our city. As a part of this panel, you will be invited to provide your input on a range of topics that affect our City, from specific feedback on programs and services, to broader decisions that affect the direction of our City.
You will receive occasional survey invitations and when you participate, you will have the chance to win some great prizes.
To get us started, everyone who signs up for the Citizen Advisory Panel before May 31st will be eligible to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2.
We are excited to hear from you. Registration is quick and easy, so join today. Sign up for our Citizen Advisory Panel now https://saskatoon.ca/citizen-advisory-panel
3. Summer work in the city!
We’ll soon be hiring 150 positions to work with our summer playground and paddling pool program!
Positions include High Five® certification – this helps build skill and comfort working with children. We offer 3 days of paid training to prepare for the job. Please see the attached poster (pages 3) for details.
Applications deadline is March 9 at 5pm.