Saskatoon is continuing to grow and change, and there are challenges and opportunities that go along with this. We cannot continue to use 20th-century solutions for 21st-century problems, but we instead must innovate to work toward the future prosperity and strength of Saskatoon. We cannot shy away from difficult conversations, but we instead must address the issues that our community is facing head on with the view to serving the public good. We cannot sit by and watch the world change around us, but we must help to lead that change to ensure that Saskatoon is a city where all people have the opportunity to succeed.
Addressing these challenges and opportunities means working collaboratively within the community and empowering all members of City Council to take leadership roles in 10 priority areas. It involves recognizing the many forms of community building that happen daily in Saskatoon to improve Saskatoon’s future and create a more inclusive community. The following initiatives, some of which are connected to Council’s 10 priority areas, represent ways that Mayor Clark is working with different organizations and people to strengthen our city.
The future success of our city depends on building better relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
Our growth has to support the current needs of our citizens and help us achieve our collective aspirations in the future.
Saskatoon will be strengthened with a culture that supports innovation, investment and the creation of good jobs.
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.
By working collaboratively with community partners, we can help to create a safer, more connected community for all.