September 13, 2012 14:47
The City of Saskatoon has released a report summarizing the various Infrastructure investments in our city since 2007. The report shows how leveraging city resources has resulted in attracting over $364 million in federal/provincial funding in the past 5 years. It includes programs such as the south bridge, fire halls, and various traffic upgrades in our city totalling $602 million. Take a look at the list of projects on page 16, and try to imagine our city without them. Click this link to view the entire report.
Infrastructure spending in Saskatoon 2007-2011:
- City of Saskatoon $238 million 39%
- Province $141 million 24%
- Federal gov't $223 million 37%
September 12, 2012 15:09
The City of Saskatoon continues to seek new and innovative ways to provide existing and emerging programs and services to its citizens. The Administration is always taking a fresh look at how it operates, and how the corporation can become more adaptive and responsive, with a focus on exploring and implementing new ways of:
- improving our service;
- increasing our savings; and
- growing our city in a sustainable way.
The City of Saskatoon achieved savings of over $9.3 million and $15 million in deferred costs. Download the entire report to Council by clicking on the pdf below.
Report on Service, Savings and Sustainability 2011.pdf (959.20 kb)
May 18, 2012 12:38
Please see the penny graph below to see how your tax dollars are shared between civic services. Click the pdf for a larger version of the graph.
Graph how money is spent.pdf (5.92 mb)
May 2, 2012 08:26
The Civic Administration has published a "Major Projects Report" for public information. This report details all the major capital projects undertaken in the City of Saskatoon over the past several years, how much they cost, how much was contributed by other levels of government, what the City of Saskatoon portion was, and how much we had to borrow. The City of Saskatoon leveraged $398.5 Million to obtain funding for $769.4 Million worth of projects. All of this information has been publicly released at Council, but the Adminstration has now compiled it into one, easy to read publication. Just try to imagine our city without these capital projects! Please click the pdf below to read the report.
Major Projects Report.pdf (954.04 kb)