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This bylaw regulates the discharge of material into the storm sewer system and prohibits the following substances: pesticides, herbicides, and petroleum-based materials.
This policy outlines administrative requirements around the recreational use of storm water retention ponds, including the adoption of an ice thickness evaluation/management program carried out by Fire and Protective Services staff to ensure retention pond ice is safe for use.
The objectives of this policy are: to provide information about services, programs, and a list of criteria for recreational uses of all ponds including storm water retention ponds; to increase overall awareness and understanding of recreational uses of ponds; and to ensure all ponds are used in a manner with the least amount of risk. Permitted winter activities include: skating, broomball, and shinny. Permitted summer activities include non-motorized boating.
The purpose of this policy is to facilitate activities of outside organizations which are intended to enhance the quality of life for Saskatoon residents by providing recreational and sport activities.
This bylaw prohibits the dumping of hazardous waste as set out in Schedule C.
This policy adopts a list of building code items to be reviewed and inspected for, under the City's Building Permit Inspection and Plan Review Program, in new one and two-unit dwellings. It requires 'Soil Gas/Radon Control' at the Plan Review stage, and lists the 'Floor on Ground' to be inspected for radon protection during follow-up inspections.
The purposes of this bylaw include: to provide for the prevention and suppression of fires; and to provide guidelines for the storage and handling of flammable liquids, combustible liquids, dangerous goods, hazardous substances, and waste dangerous goods. It prohibits open-air fires burning hydrocarbons, plastics, rubber materials, and creosoted wood.
This policy outlines how citizens can donate items to the City of Saskatoon to enhance programs, civic facilities, equipment, public parks, and open spaces. Example contributions include: trees, benches, picnic tables, playground structures, funding for programming and equipment.
This policy outlines eligibility criteria for obtaining a special occasion license for the sale and service of liquor at a special occasion in the City.
This bylaw describes permitted and prohibited uses of municipal parks, public squares and recreation facilities. It does not permit the use of herbicides or pesticides in a park.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure the equitable and fair allocation of rental subsidies, established in the Youth Sports Subsidy Program, to all eligible sport organizations. Also, by reducing the rental cost of facilities to sport organizations, it is aimed at encouraging Saskatoon youth to participate in sport activities.
One of the purposes of this policy is to develop an awareness, understanding and appreciation of recreation through requiring the identification of an 'event legacy' for special events held in the City including sport events.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that the construction of buildings, structures and facilities on public land within river-bank parks enhances the long-term leisure use and enjoyment of the river valley by the general public and contributes to improving the quality of life in Saskatoon.
This policy describes a framework for decision-making around the construction of special use extension to schools provided there is a need for the addition (e.g., there is no existing recreation facility built or planned in the neighbourhood).
This bylaw regulates the use of the public sewage works and storm sewers. It prohibits the discharge of gasoline, benzene, naphtha, and other toxic substances.