10 Strategic Priorities

City Council has identified 10 strategic priority areas to help Saskatoon address the issues of today.

First 365 Days: Report to Citizens

It has been one year since the current City Council was sworn into office. Here are some of the highlights of what we have accomplished or initiated so far…

Initiatives

Initiatives in the Mayor’s Office are the result of a collaborative attitude and the belief that stronger communities are created through cooperation and dialogue.

Plan for Growth

The City of Saskatoon officially started community engagement for implementing its Plan for Growth, starting with a video featuring Mayor Charlie Clark.

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For event invitations, meeting requests or to share questions or concerns, please use the contact form:

Stay up-to-date with new initiatives, developments and updates from the Mayor’s Office.

Budget 2018

City Council has passed a budget that funds the core services that our citizens rely on for a high quality of life and that makes investments in our community’s future through smart growth, improved transportation, modernized technology and environmental sustainability.

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Meewasin Valley Authority Funding

Whenever I go to schools or talk to the young citizens—and future leaders—of our community, the number one concern that I hear about is environmental sustainability. These young people are concerned about the large, complex problems that will affect our community and our planet for the generations yet to come. In Saskatoon and Saskatchewan, the work that the Meewasin Valley Authority does in conservation, trail development and education is crucial to this work and in making sustainability part of the culture of Saskatoon.

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Community Safety & Wellness

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Core Services

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Downtown Development

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Economic Development

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Environmental Sustainability

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Information Technology

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Reconciliation, Inclusion & Diversity

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Recreation, Culture & Leisure

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Regional Planning

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Transportation

10 Strategic Priorities

City Council has identified 10 strategic priority areas that require coordinated efforts from Council and the City’s administration.

City Council has created a new leadership model to empower its members to take leadership roles—with support from administration—in engaging citizens and stakeholders in these priority areas.

This leadership model is a new approach for our city, intended to address the pressures we are facing, get the most out of the opportunities in front of us and unlock the full potential of our community.

Key initiatives—many connected to City Council’s 10 strategic priorities—require focused and coordinated engagement of different stakeholders to make true progress. The work of city building can’t just be confined to the Mayor and City Council. Mayor Clark is committed to building true partnerships with those who are working to improve Saskatoon and the lives of the people who call this place home.

These initiatives are the result of this collaborative attitude and the belief that stronger communities are created through cooperation and dialogue.

Reconciliation

The future success of our city depends on building better relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.

Plan for Growth

Our growth has to support the current needs of our citizens and help us achieve our collective aspirations in the future.

Good Jobs

Saskatoon will be strengthened with a culture that supports innovation, investment and the creation of good jobs.

Government Relations

We need to ensure that the provincial and federal governments understand the important role of the City of Saskatoon.

Downtown: Where We Belong

Downtown is the heart of any city, and we want ours to be a vibrant destination and neighbourhood for people of all ages.

Safe Communities

By working collaboratively with community partners, we can help to create a safer, more connected community for all.

Contact the Mayor

For event invitations, meeting requests or to share questions or concerns, please use the contact form: