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The Next Big Thing: Seventh Avenue Gateway

The City Park Community Association voted last month to spend up to $20,000 on new projects in the community, including renewing the neighbourhood entrance at the 7th Avenue and 33rd Street railway crossing.

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Searching for a balance: will ‘pocket park’ off-set parking lot?

In 2010, Meridian Developments purchased the FNUC property on Duke and 7th. The site will soon become corporate headquarters for Affinity Credit Union, with roughly 200 employees and a swarm of vehicles.

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33rd Street project great for cyclists

City council has approved the construction of a multi-use cyclist and pedestrian corridor along the south side of 33rd street. The pathway will stretch from Spadina Crescent to 3rd Avenue, directly along the border of City Park and North Park.

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Press Release: Demolition of Bethany / Silverwood House

The City Park Community Association (CPCA) deeply regrets the imminent demolition of the Bethany Home on Queen Street.

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Babysitter Registry

The City Park Community Association will once again be offering a community-based babysitter registry to serve the needs of young families living in the area.

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The Potato Patch

City Park has been home to “The Potato Patch” — a garden for the Food Bank — for the past two summers. Oct. 11 saw the last of this year’s crop harvested and delivered to the Food Bank larder.

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Citizen Patrol

The Citizen Patrol Program is a city-wide campaign — led by the Saskatoon Police Service — to rally volunteers to be the “eyes and ears” for police, in an attempt to deter criminal activity.

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Kinsmen Park and Area Masterplan

Plans to overhaul Saskatoon’s oldest and most renowned park have been given the green light by city council, with work expected to begin in roughly one year.

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Saskatchewan Party and NDP split City Park

For the first time since 1991, City Park residents are being represented by a provincial political party other than the New Democrats.

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