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Cycling Festival & AGM – Sept. 11th

Come out and celebrate community and cycling at the City Park school yard on Sunday, September 11.
The community association is hosting a kid’s bike parade. Local artisans will be selling their wares. Oral Fuentes Reggae band will be playing. The CPCA will be working the BBQ.
The fun starts at 3:00 PM and goes until 6:00 PM. 

Pre-festival Slow-Roll non-competitive group bike ride starts at 2:00. Riders meet at the City Park School yard. 
Join us at the City Park Community Association AGM directly after the festival at 6:00pm. Get involved in your community!
To register a booth call Brett at 306.491.7073



The City Park Newsletter is being printed and delivered to your door soon. In the meantime, feel free to check out the online edition here.


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Queen Street Restrictions Begin July 18, Alternate Access to Hospital Maintained

For immediate release: July 15, 2016 – 3:48pmTU16-366

City Park residents and visitors are advised to anticipate traffic detours and parking restrictions on Queen Street, beginning Monday, July 18 for approximately two months.
Alternate access to Saskatoon City Hospital will be clearly marked and emergency vehicles will be notified in advance of changes to entry points, as the project progresses.
This coordinated approach to water distribution, sanitary sewer and road rehabilitation projects required on Queen Street will improve reliability of these services and save money. The projects and associated traffic restrictions are scheduled as follows, weather permitting and barring any unforeseen circumstances:
Monday, July 18

Water valve replacement at 9th Avenue North.

(Overnight) Sanitary sewer lining from 6th Avenue North to 8th Avenue North.
Wednesday, July 20 (8 weeks)

Water main replacement from 6th Avenue North to 8th Avenue North will occur in three phases to minimize the length of time businesses and drivers are impacted.

Road resurfacing on Queen Street from 2nd Avenue North to Spadina Crescent East will occur once all construction is completed.

Affected residents and businesses will be notified directly of any drinking water advisories, or water and sanitary sewer service interruptions with doorhangers or flyers. Visit to learn more about this project and other road work happening this summer.

CPCA Newsletter – online edition

Our CPCA newsletter is ready for viewing. A paper version will be delivered in the near future.


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City Park Wine Night March 3rd

CPCA is pleased to announce our annual wine night for Thursday, March 3rd, graciously hosted by CPCA President Susan Wall at her home.

Cost is $35/person

725 9th Ave N, from 7-10pm

Tickets will be available through Susan very soon.

CITY PARK RINK DAY Saturday Feb 6th 1-3pm

Fun for the whole family.
Snow activities for the little ones,
Hockey skills, Ice skating,
maybe even some old fashioned shinny.

Rink Activities,
Free Refreshments,
Fellowship with neighbours =

An enjoyable afternoon at the rink.

Refugee crisis

The Saskatoon Refugee Coalition and The City of Saskatoon are Pleased to Invite you to: 

Refugees Welcome : From Compassion to Action

Information and Awareness Forum 

Information Tables,Guest Panel, Short Videos 

Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Doors open : 6:30 pm 

Location: Roxy Theatre, 20th Street


Please print off the attached poster and post in your workplaces and community. 

Share on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. 



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Refugees Welcome

CPCA opposes 33rd Street bridge proposal

On October 15th the CPCA voted unanimously against the proposed 33rd street bridge. We urge the residents of City Park to stay informed on the project and to make their opinion heard by attending the upcoming community consultation meeting on October 21st at Mayfair United Church from 4:30 to 8:30pm and by contacting City Counsellor Darren Hill. The proposed plan will direct traffic from the University bridge to the 33rd street bridge, increasing traffic drastically on 33rd street. 

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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