Building on the results of the P4G Drainage Pilot Project that was completed in 2018, this phase of refinement for the P4G Green Network Study Area (GNSA), will comprise conducting a Natural Areas Screening which is an analysis and inventory of data on wetlands, significant wildlife and plant species, and important heritage resources.
An area in the northern part of the R.M. inside and outside the P4G study area was selected for the study. The work was done by the City of Saskatoon Utilities & Environment Department in conjunction with P4G.
This study, when combined with the results from the P4G Drainage Pilot Project, will allow the P4G partners to make informed decisions about the location and design of development proposals within and adjacent to the GNSA within the study area. It will also enable the portions of the boundary of the GNSA to be confirmed or refined. This refinement is anticipated to be combined and reviewed in 2021 or later as the priority is creating the new P4G Planning District.