The City of Saskatoon Traffic Department has asked HVCA to share the following information in regard to complaints about the recently installed temporary 3 way stop at the intersection of Henick Crescent and Henick Lane.
Because a section of McClocklin Road is currently closed for construction there is an increase in traffic volume at the intersection of Hampton Gate North and Hampton Circle. This increase in traffic volume has led to traffic short-cutting through Henick Crescent and Henick Lane in order to access Hampton Circle.
To help deter traffic from short-cutting through these streets, the city has recently installed a temporary 3 way stop at the intersection of Henick Crescent and Henick Lane. This is a temporary measure and these temporary signs will be removed once the construction work on McClocklin road is completed.
This 3 way stop is NOT a permanent installation.
Thanks for your patience while McClocklin Road is improved.
Please also note… A representative from the city traffic department will be in attendance at the HVCA Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, October 11 to answer questions about traffic concerns.
Beginning this Monday, McClocklin Road between Claypool Drive and East Hampton Boulevard/Richardson Road will be closing for approximately 8-10 weeks in order for developers to undertake the installation of utilities and road re-construction. Road users looking to access Claypool Drive, will be detoured via Hampton Gate during construction.
Also of note, there are currently lane restrictions in effect on Claypool Drive from McClocklin Road to Hampton Gate due to gas line maintenance. These restrictions are expected to end on September 8, 2017.
The closure of McClocklin Road is necessary to accommodate the continued development of Hampton Village. Please visit saskatoon.ca/betterroads for more information about 2017 construction in Saskatoon.
Family Fest has been RESCHEDULED!
Sunday July 30 from 10am-4pm.
Come join Hampton Village Community Association for a fun day in the park. It is a fun day in the park open to the public (you don’t have to live in Hampton or have a membership). There will be food, drinks, games, face painting, balloon animals, glitter tattoos, petting zoo, pony rides, door prizes, crafts, panago pizza, hulahoopster, bouncy houses and obstacle course. Admission is 5$ per child at the event and food is sold separately. Come on out and enjoy this wonderful day and our great community.
You can still be part of the event! We are still looking for a DJ to provide music or if you would like to help out by volunteering please contact email@example.com for more information.
The City of Saskatoon has received an application for the proposed Hampton Village Business Park Concept Plan that may be of interest.
Please see the attached letter (pdf) outlying the proposal that will be going to City Council on July 26, 2017 at 1:00 PM. A public hearing notice is also being mailed out to adjacent property owners and advertisements will be placed in the newspaper.
The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport is continuing our Learn to Camp program in selected parks this summer! We will also be running Learn to Fish for a second year. We would like to thank you for your participation in these programs and for promoting general park use amongst your organization and community members.
Visit Saskatchewan Provincial Parks
Saskatchewan Provincial Parks are the perfect place to visit this summer season! You can relax with family and friends, enjoy recreation, explore nature learn about Saskatchewan’s history. With so many activities, our parks have something to offer everyone, including newcomers to Saskatchewan.
Consider coming to a provincial park to spend the day, have a picnic, hike the trails, or organize water activities. Pack Frisbees, footballs, soccer balls or baseballs for an afternoon of games or take part in any of the organized interpretive activities.
Learn to Fish
Learn to Fish return for a second season this summer at six popular fishing destinations across the province. This program is designed to introduce fishing to beginners over the age of 10 and to encourage proper fishing practices.
The program will begin with a teaching portion with an experienced angler introducing participants to the following topics: fish identification, tackle and accessories, rules and regulations, how to cast, proper fish handling and much more! The teaching portion will be followed by a hands-on casting lesson, and once participants have the basics of casting they will have the chance to try their luck at catching a fish! Program participants are not required to own/bring along equipment as everything will be provided.
Visit our website at http://saskparks.net/LearnToFish for dates and more information on this amazing program!
You can also contact us for more information by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn to Camp
This is great for those who are new to camping or inexperienced in camping, and are interested in planning their first trip into nature with the help of Saskatchewan Provincial Parks!
Overnight Camping Experience
Campers will join experienced leaders and fellow new campers on an overnight camping trip. Campers will learn how to set up a campsite, cook meals on a camp stove, build a fire, and enjoy all the park has to offer! No equipment? No problem, it’s provided! Programs are held in July and August at Echo Valley Provincial Park, Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park and Pike Lake Provincial Park. Visit our website at http://saskparks.net/LearnToCamp for program dates.
Community Outreach Program
Let us bring Provincial Parks and camping to your community! Learn about Saskatchewan’s provincial parks through a presentation and hands-on demonstrations. These family-oriented sessions provide an opportunity to learn how to plan and enjoy your first camping trip. These are also a great way to introduce newcomers to Saskatchewan Provincial Parks.