Curbside swap today

Do you have unwanted items in good, clean condition? Do you want free household stuff? Swap them! Join the Curbside Swap on September 12, or plan your own neighbourhood or household swap.
At a Curbside Swap, unwanted items in good condition are placed on the curb and marked as free, for anyone to pick-up. Participating in a Curbside Swap builds a sense of community, and giving these items a new home keeps them out of our landfill.
Starting early on September 12, residents can begin placing unwanted items out on their curb. After that, all items clearly marked as “FREE” are available to pick up. The swap ends by 6:00 p.m. when any unclaimed items are returned back into homes, along with any newfound treasures. Please remember to obey all traffic laws and to watch for children.
Some items you might find at a Curbside Swap include: Appliances, Bicycles, Tools, Furniture, Books/movies/CDs/DVDs, Building material, Computers and electronics, Yard and garden equipment, Clothes, Sporting goods.
The September 12 Curbside Swap is a one-day event supported by the City of Saskatoon. The City encourages neighbourhoods and individuals to plan your own Curbside Swap.


Grocery store closure discussion 

The City Park Community Association invites you to join in a neighbourhood discussion regarding the closing of the Shop Easy grocery store on 7th Avenue North. 

Thursday, September 17th at 7:30pm at the City Park Collegiate Library.


If you are unable to attend, please let Loblaws know how this will impact you as a resident of the City Park community.


Fall Street Sweeping Program Coming Soon

The two-week fall sweeping program is expected to start no sooner than October 15. The start date is determined by the current and forecasted weather and the leaves on the ground.

As with the spring sweeping, No Parking signs will be put out to alert residents of upcoming sweeping. Vehicles that remain on the street by 7 a.m. on the scheduled day may ticketed and relocated to a nearby street.


The program includes 10 neighbourhoods with high-density tree canopies within the river corridor:

o   Buena Vista

o   Caswell Hill

o   City Park

o   Holiday Park

o   King George

o   North Park (TBC)

o   Nutana

o   Riversdale

o   Varsity View

o   Westmount

Don’t push leaves onto the street

A reminder to residents that it is illegal to push or blow leaves from your boulevard, sidewalk or yard onto the street. The City will investigate reports of residents pushing leaves onto the street and may deliver a bylaw notice.

Compost Depots

Residents should consider use of the City’s two compost depots and consider subscribing to our Green Cart program that collects leaves & grass every two weeks from May to November. Registration for the 2015 Green Cart program has ended, but come November residents can begin registration for the 2016 program, and will have a their green cart in the spring to use for the spring clean-up.

The City operates two Compost Depots. They are free-of-charge and operate until November 6th.

The West side depot is located at the junction of Highway 7 and 11th St. It is open every day of the week, including Stat Holidays, from 9am to 6pm.

The East side depot is located off Highway 5, by the junction of Highway 5 and Zimmerman Road. This location is open Thursday to Monday, including Stat Holidays. Hours of operation are Thursday, 11am – 7pm; Friday to Monday, 11am – 5pm.

Please note that vehicles are not admitted into the depots within 10 minutes of closing.