Centennial 360's 12 in 12 Community Campaign
Nominate LCA's Rider Day in the Park for Centennial 360's 12 in 12 Community Campaign Nomination Form!
Saskatoon Police Commissioners - Creating a Culture of Community Safety
The Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners is holding a public consultation on “Creating a Culture of Community Safety”.
You are invited, as are your organization’s board members, associates and those with whom your agency interacts.
This is an opportunity to speak directly to the Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners about “Community Safety”. It affects every one of us.
The consultation takes place on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. - at the Farmer’s Market at Avenue B and 19th Street.
The format for this public consultation is:
1. Saskatoon Police Chief Clive Weighill will talk about how crime has changed in Saskatoon and how policing has evolved from being reactive to being more proactive, including new policing methods and strategies.
2. A panel will share their views on crime and public safety from the perspectives of their organizations. The format will be an interview / discussion with the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Health Region, Saskatoon Council on Aging, Open Door Society and the Str8up Program.
3. People who attend will then move to discussion tables to address these questions:
This is the first in a two part approach by the Saskatoon Police Commission to fully gauge public opinions and perceptions about safety in our community and the best strategies to move forward in creating a culture of community safety.
Your perceptions about community safety matter. Your insights and opinions will be heard directly by the members of the Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners.
Your ideas and suggestions matter. The issues and options identified at this Consultation will be part of a strategy that builds on a “culture of community safety” in Saskatoon.
We are asking you to attend. We are also asking that you share this invitation with Board members, associates and the people with whom your agency interacts.
Thank you for your consideration of participating in this highly relevant and very important event.
Doors Open Saskatoon - Volunteers needed
Doors Open Saskatoon – Join us! Get involved and volunteer!
Have some fun and volunteer on Sunday, June 7 from 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM or 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM. Help us help the people of Saskatoon to appreciate our built heritage!
1) Park Construction
At our meeting on May 6th we heard from the city representatives on the construction project in the park. The major construction involving the super tanks is nearing completion. There is still on line from the north-east corner of the park that needs repair. The dirt pile along the middle of the park will be dispersed through-out once the irrigation lines are finished. The irrigation lines have begun and will continue from now until the end of August. Landscaping restoration has been put out to tender. Sport field areas will have sod installed and minor areas will be re-seeded before September. Any pathways damaged by the super tank construction will be repaired. All other areas will be addressed to the city for consideration.
2) Lakeview Neighborhood Traffic Meeting. Thank you for all those who attended the meeting to provide the city Transportation Division your concerns regarding our neighborhood. They have taken all of the feedback and will prepare a comprehensive report to address these concerns. Another meeting will be taking place mid-June to go over plans and give last minute feedback.
Lakeview Playground Enhancement Committee (LPEC)
New Events: Family Bingo and Shred it!
There will be a family Bingo night held on Friday May 22nd starting at 6:30pm at Lakeview School. Concession with pizza and snacks will be open. Tons of great prizes, raffles and silent auction items!!
Shred-it is an easy way to shred you confidential documents. On June 20th come to Lakeview School from 10am-2pm and for $10 (legal size box) or $5 (grocery bag) you can help support the playground project. ALL PROCEEDS will be going to the group so a very big THANK YOU to the Shred-it Company for all their help.
Interested in more Kinder Soccer for your 3-5 year old?
June 7, 2015: Saskatoon Heritage Society presents Doors Open Saskatoon
Doors Open Saskatoon, a popular bi-annual event that allows people to peek behind the curtains of some of Saskatoon’s most interesting buildings for free, has been confirmed for Sunday, June 7, 2015. This year’s event is sure to have something for everyone with an exciting mix of new and old buildings. Approximately 20 buildings have already been added to this year’s tour, including Affinity Credit Union (City Park School), Bus Barns, Fire Station #1, Little Stone School House, and the Superintendents Residence. The complete list of participating buildings for the 2015 Doors Open Saskatoon event is expected to be released in mid-May. Visit the Doors Open Saskatoon website at www.doorsopensaskatoon.com to keep up-to-date.
Community Association Flyer
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MEND! Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do it!
Learn how to make healthier lifestyle choices for your entire family. Check out MEND!
MEND is a is a FREE program for families and children ages 2 to 13. The mission of MEND is to inspire children, families and adults to lead and sustain fitter, healthier and happier lives. MEND programs are designed for specific age groups and provide a supportive environment for families to interact, learn skills to change behavior, and make healthy lifestyle choices through healthy eating and increased physical activity.
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Lakeview Park Sanitary Storage Facility Project
The Sanitary Storage Facility Project will be complete in 2014. However, the park restoration will be extended into 2015, making much of the park unavailable for use. The Lakeview Community Association will continue to run programs, but will be evaluating the use of other nearby locations.
Project Information Sheet
For more information, please contact:
Lowell Reinhart, Strategic Services Branch
Infrastructure Services Department, City of Saskatoon
Phone: 306-975-7698 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For those of you interested in the results of the community survey that was done by the Lakewood Community Association about Lakeview Park and possible areas of future focus and improvement, you can download the report here. We will also be at the Annual General Meeting tonight if anyone wishes to ask questions. You can also post questions or comments here on this facebook page.
LCA Board Meetings
The LCA Board meets in Lakeview School Library on the first Wednesday of every month 8pm.
July - no meeting
August - no meeting
Rink Help Needed!
The LCA is looking for volunteers to help with Rink maintenance for the 14/15 skating season. If you are interested in volunteering your time or equipment, please contact:
Ryan Brook - email@example.com
2015 Garbage & Recycling Collection Schedule
64 Lakers Scout Group
Fun Starts Here. Join Us!
The new Scouting year has begun! For over 100 years Scouting has taught boys and girls how fun and rewarding making a difference is. Registration is ongoing for Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. If you have a school aged child interested in the Scouting movement, please join us at one of our meetings. Beavers, K-gr 2 meet Mondays from 6:45-7:45pm at Ecole Lakeview School Gym. Cubs, gr 3-5 meet Thursdays from 6:30-8:00pm at St. Bernard Gym. Or contact Maureen at 373-4813 for more information.
View the calendar to see all the upcoming events in the community!
Backyard Garden Program
The Backyard Garden Program matches experienced gardeners with homeowners who
have unused space to share in their backyard.
For more information click here