The 2020 Civic Election will be held on November 9th, 2020. Check out the information here, and on the City of Saskatoon’s Voting page. If you have any questions or would like help getting to the polling station to vote, don’t hesitate to be in touch:  or  306.291.7652

Each eligible elector can vote once for Mayor and once for their Ward Councillor. The same ballot is used for both.

We encourage you to consider now which voting method you'll use and make a plan based on how you feel most comfortable voting. 

There are three main ways to vote:

  1. By Mail-in Ballot. Request your mail-in ballot online by October 30th, or in person by November 8th. Find out how here:
  2. Vote in any Advance Poll between October 30th and November 5th. Locations and dates and times of advanced polls, including the new drive-thru advance poll on November 1st can be found here:
  3. On election day, November 9th, you can vote between 8am and 8pm at the poll station in your neighbourhood. Ward 2 polling stations can be found here:

Some convenient advance voting options for Ward 2 residents are:
Confederation Mall (and Market, Centre, Lawson malls): Oct 30, Nov 4, Nov 5, 11am-7pm ; Oct 31, 10am - 5pm
City Hall (committee Room E): Oct 30, 11am-7pm; Oct 31, 10am-5pm; Nov 3, 4 and 5, 11am-6pm
Station 20 West (1120 20th St W): Nov 1 & 2, 10am-5pm
All advance poll locations, dates, and times can be found here.

If voting on election day, you must vote at the polling station for your neighbourhood. During advance polls, you can vote at any of the centrally located polling stations across the city.

Find your Ward:

Ward 2 boundaries have not changed, but some ward boundaries have changed for the 2020 Election - to find out which ward you live in, enter your address here:

Ward 2 is: Caswell Hill |  Westmount | Riversdale | Pleasant Hill | Meadowgreen | King George | Holiday Park | West Industrial | Montgomery Place

Voting Requirements:

All voters must show ID to vote to provide proof of identity and to establish residency. Government-issued photo ID is simplest. However, if you do not have one, there are alternatives listed here:

Voting Eligibility:

You may vote once in the civic election if:

  1. are a Canadian citizen
  2. are at least 18 years old
  3. have resided in the Province of Saskatchewan for at least six consecutive months immediately preceding Election Day and
    1. have resided in the City of Saskatoon, or on land now in the city, for at least three consecutive months immediately preceding Election Day OR
    2. are the owner of assessable land in the City of Saskatoon, or on land now situated in the city, for at least three consecutive months immediately preceding Election Day