For all of you living in the Blairmore Suburban Centre, you are part of our association!!!!! Come join us.
REASONS TO SCOOP THE POOP
ATTENTION DOG OWNERS
Poop is not fertilizer
Dog feces do not fertilize the ground and has negative effects on grass and plants.
Poop is expensive
Fines start at a $100 for failure to immediately remove pet feces from public or private property, other than the property of the owner.
Poop will make you sick
Dog feces carry bacteria that pollute the environment and many diseases that can put children and other pets at risk.
Poop makes dog owners look bad
Every time you don't pick up after your dog, you are giving one more reason for others to dislike dogs and their owners.
Please be a good neighbour and clean up after your pet.
More information on being a responsible pet owner can be found at saskatoon.ca/go/animalservices
Fall programs and registration information
Fall registration had a great turn out. A membership fee of $10/individual or family per year is required to participate in programs and must be presented at the time of registration. Other community association memberships will be honoured. A fee of $15 will apply to late registrations. Please NOTE: Classes will only run if adequate registrations are received. Registrations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
Adult programs (18 years and over)
Yoga - Mondays Sept 15 - Dec 8
7:45pm- 8:45pm JLA $30
Zumba - Mondays Sept 15- Dec 8
6:30pm - 7:30pm JLA $30
Creative Dance (6-8yrs) - Thursdays Sept 18 - Dec 11
7:00pm - 8:00pm Tommy Douglas - room 121 $20
Dodgeball (7-10yrs) - Fridays Sept 19 - Dec 12
6pm - 7pm JLA $10
Dodgeball (11-13yrs) - Fridays Sept 19 - Dec 12
7pm - 8pm JLA $10
Creative Dance (3-5yrs) - Thursdays Sept 18 - Dec 11
6:00pm - 7:00pm Tommy Douglas - room 121 $20
Kinder Soccer (3-4yrs) - Mondays Sept 15 - Dec 8
5:45 - 6:30pm JLA $20
Saskatoon Minor Football - Players in Grades 1 - 8 are invited to register for flag football. The season begins September 6th and runs until the year-end jamboree on October 18th. The cost per player is $75. The deadline for registration is September 2nd. You can register on the SMF website http://saskatoonminorfootball.com/fall/index.php.
City of Saskatoon Leisure Guide - The leisure guide will be delivered August 13th and available for pick up from the leisure centres. Online and phone registration will be open August 17th at 6:30pm. In-person and mail registration will be available the following day at your leisure centres.
Have you considered being a volunteer? An instructor of Community Association programs? Take some time and become part of the team. PCA is always looking for volunteers for the association and/or various events (e.g. Day in the Park - Sept 6th).
And programs are only available as instructors are to teach them. You have a skill or talent you would like to share with others. Contact the indoor program coordinator! These are typically paid positions.
Parkridge Community Indoor Soccer - Registration will be held at James L. Alexander School on September 9th at 6:30pm. Online registration is also available. Click on the "Soccer Registration" in the Main Menu for the link.
U6 - $75
U8 - $100
U10 - $175
Indoor season passes for Adults
It is necessary to have these passes at the soccer center. The season passes are $20 each or $3 per day, however during the sale period season passes will be two passes for $20. In order to receive the sale, one pass must be purchased at $20 to receive the second one for free. Passes are not $10 each during this period. The sale is on September 1 to 15 at both soccer centers. The coaches and kids are free.
Need for coaches! Our future soccer stars need volunteers to make for a successful, fun season of learning soccer skills and playing with new and old friends. Please consider volunteering your time for this rewarding experience! If you are interested, be sure to notify the soccer coordinator at registration!
Upcoming soccer tournaments - If your team is interested in participating in one of the tournaments this fall/winter, please notify the soccer coordinator. The PCA will cover the cost of tournament fees.
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off - A temporary site at Credit Union Centre (CUC) from 9:00am - 3:30pm on the following Saturdays:
- September 20
- October 18
- November 15
- December 20
Household hazardous waste items accepted include: pesticides, automotive oil, prescription medicines, batteries, propane cylinders, electronics (as accepted by Electronic Producer Recycling Association), etc.
Green Bin ordering
If you are interested here is a bit of information on it. Green Bin
Ignite Your Leadership
by Community Development Here is the link to the information Ignite Your Leadership Info
CITY COUNCIL APPROVES 7.43% PROPERTY TAX INCREASE: FOCUS ON ROADS, PUBLIC SAFETY
Listening to what it heard from residents, Saskatoon City Council approved a property tax increase of 7.43 per cent following special meeting of Council December 3 & 4, 2013.
The combined 2014 Operating and Capital Budget is $793 million comprised of an operating budget of $411.9 million and capital budget of $381.1 million.
The newly approved rate means the average homeowner (at $325,000 market value) would pay $108 per year more in the municipal portion of their property taxes.
As proposed, a property tax increase of 4.29% will be dedicated to roadway rehabilitation.
We are working hard to ensure all the information you will need for our community is here. Please contact us about anything you would like to see here. (i.e. sports signup, social events, etc.)