It is an honour to serve you and your family as your City Councillor. Please stay tuned to my website or follow me on social media for City Hall updates.
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Coffee With Your Councillor - Upcoming Dates
Come join Ward 10 City Councillor Zach Jeffries for coffee and conversation. This is a great opportunity to share your ideas and concerns about our area face-to-face with your representative at City Hall.
- January 27th
- February 24th
- March 31st
- April 28th
- May 26th
Safeway Starbucks (McOrmond Drive)
10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (come and go)
Please feel free to stay for as short or as long as you want. Everyone is invited to attend, so pass this invitation along to your neighbours.
Ward 10 Town Hall Meeting
Since being elected to Council five years ago, it has been a privilege to host more than 75 community meetings including "Coffee With Your Councillor" mornings, town hall meetings, and my annual community BBQ. It is an honour to represent you and your neighbours at City Hall. I hope you can join me for my next public event:
Ward 10 Town Hall Meeting
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Coffee Meet & Greet (including special guest Mayor Charlie Clark) - 6:00pm
Town Hall Meeting - 7:00pm
Alice Turner Library - 110 Nelson Road
Refreshments and snacks will be served. Come learn about what's going on with the New North Bridge, the City growth plan, community safety, budgets, and more.
I know that the question of fire pit restrictions has caused significant conversation and debate in our city. I take seriously the health and safety concerns that people have about backyard fire pits and I think the best way to address these issues is to better enforce our existing bylaws around nuisance fires and neighbourhood noise instead of creating new restrictions. Thank you to everyone who has been in touch over the past few weeks on this issue by phone, email, or by leaving feedback at my www.saskatoonfirepits.ca page.
I sincerely hope you and your family had a restful and fun Christmas season. Despite the bitter cold we experienced over the holidays, I hope you had a chance to get out and experience some of the great winter activities in our city. From the Enchanted Forest at the Forestry Farm to the Meewasin Rink downtown, we are lucky to have great outdoor opportunities in a community that experiences all four seasons!
Neighbourhood traffic safety is an important issue in our community. I am happy to report that both Willowgrove and Silverspring have had full traffic reviews with the recommendations being implemented this year. Erindale and Arbor Creek are currently being reviewed and if you’re interested in more details for those neighbourhoods, the next review meeting is being held on Tuesday, September 19th from 7pm to 9pm at Father Robinson School. These reviews help improve pedestrian safety and traffic flow in our community.