The tributes continue to pour in for former Saskatoon mayor Cliff Wright who died Tuesday at age 87.

Flags are being flown at half-mast at all city facilities and a book of condolence has been set up at city hall to allow people to share their thoughts with the Wright family

Wright, who is credited by many for making Saskatoon the city it is today, was one of the city’s longest serving politicians. He was a member of city council for 22 years after first being elected in 1966 and served 12 years as mayor until he retired from civic politics in 1988.

A date has not yet been set for Wright’s set for the funeral, but the city says the book of condolence will remain available to ensure the public has plenty of time to sign it.

Following the funeral, the city says it will present the book to Wright's family.