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The Varsity View Community Association is a vibrant, volunteer-driven group that is always happy to welcome new members. Located near the University of Saskatchewan and encompassing the neighbourhood of Grosvenor Park, the area's population includes seniors, growing families, and university students. The Association works to meet the needs of all residents. It organizes events, delivers recreational and leisure programs, coordinates sports programs for children/youth and maintains the outdoor rink at Brunskill School.


Your Community Association
Community Association Contact Information
Roy Dobson
1215 Osler St
Saskatoon SK S7N 0T8
Executive Committee Members
Community Associations are organized and operated by a dedicated group of volunteers. Click link to view the current list of Executive Committee memebers.

Your Neighbourhood
Varsity View Map & Profile (PDF)
Information compiled by the City Planning branch including demographic information and a map. Click here to learn more about the people and places in your neighbourhood.

Transit Routes
Choosing to use Saskatoon Transit Services is a smart move - both for your pocket book and for the environment.  Click here for route information for your neighbourhood.

Garbage Collection
The City of Saskatoon has implemented the pick-up schedules for homes, which have automated garbage collection of wheeled containers. Click here for a garbage collection schedule for your neighbourhood.

Park Locations & Amenities
Saskatoon's park system offers a diverse range of recreation opportunities: play grounds, picnic sites, walking trails, sporting facilities, and the list goes on. Click here for a listing of parks in your neighbourhood.

 Things to do in Your Neighbourhood
Community Association Programs
Your Community Association offers programs for people of all ages during the fall and winter months. Outdoor rinks, weeknight Youth and Girls on the Move programs, Smart Start adult beginner fitness classes, drop-in sports, arts and crafts - there's something for everyone.

Fall 2006
All Classes
Neighbourhood Outdoor Rinks
Smart Start Adult Beginner Fitness
City of Saskatoon Summer Programs
The City of Saskatoon offers FREE programs for children and youth during the summer months.  Playground programs, Paddling Pools, Spray Parks, along with Youth Centres, ME TA WE TAN, and Skateboarding programs, are open to everyone.

Click here for your nearest locations
Go to information

City of Saskatoon / 222 3rd Ave. North / Saskatoon, Saskatchewan / S7K 0J5
e-mail the Leisure Services Branch