In 2015, in response to the slope failure in the Nutana Slope area, City Council approved the continued monitoring and reporting on slope activity. Since that time, the City Administration and its consultants continue to monitor the riverbank of the South Saskatchewan River with a focus on maintaining public safety. City Administration also began reviewing options for regulations to support safe and sustainable development on riverbank properties.
The City of Saskatoon is proposing new regulations for development on properties adjacent to the South Saskatchewan River. Impacted landowners and key stakeholders are invited to information sessions to obtain details.
Engagement on the proposed Riverbank Development Regulations will gather input from impacted residential and commercial landowners, as well as key stakeholder groups in advance of submission to City Council.