Municipal Sustainability Plan 2017-2020 Full Report
The new Municipal Sustainablity Plan sets the priorities and strategic direction for the City of Martensville. The plan is reviewed quarterly and sets the basis in which operations and budgets are directed.
Saskatoon North Partnership for Growth (P4G)
The Cities of Saskatoon, Martensville and Warman, the Town of Osler and the RM of Corman Park have formed the Saskatoon North Partnership for Growth (P4G). The partners will work together to develop a Regional Plan. [More]
Official Community Plan
Our Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw contain policies to ensure development in the City is conducted in an orderly fashion. Land use policies and regulations are developed to anticipate the current and future needs of the City to prevent conflicts and ensure infrastructure is in place to accommodate any proposed development. [More]
Recreation and Parks Masterplan
The City of Martensville Recreation and Parks Master Plan will be used to help guide the City in its decision-making and policy-setting regarding existing and future recreation infrastructure, parks, trails, programs and services. [More]
April 2017- A draft summary plan is near completion and the City received feedback on the development of the plan as well as the amenity prioritization until April 14th. The plan is scheduled to be completed by mid-2017.
Transportation Master Plan
The Transportation Master Plan (TMP) will identify long-term infrastructure needs based on existing and future travel demands for all transportation modes. [More]
Municipal Sustainability Plan- 2014
The City of Martensville Municipal Sustainability Plan was initially created in 2014. Since then, Administration and Council have been updating and using the Plan to guide departmental plans and budgets so that the City can continue to deliver the programs and services residents need and want within available human and financial resources. [More]
As Martensville continues to grow, the City is working to ensure that growth is managed with the best interests of our current and future residents in mind.
The plans by which we guide our community and infrastructure decisions must be updated to ensure growth is being managed in accordance with our existing resources.
As such a number of projects have recently been completed or are currently underway: