The City of Prince Albert is midway through a major riverbank stabilization project at Little Red River Park. The project started in mid-September to address significant erosion of the riverbank that was encroaching on park amenities including safe access to walkways and park space. Using natural vegetation in the process, 800 metres will be rebuilt to ensure the long-term, future stability of the riverbank and the integrity of the river system which is an integral feature of the Park and habitat for a variety of aquatic and wildlife species.
What: Road closure
What: Road Closed
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What: Eastbound Lanes, two way traffic will be accommodated
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What: Eastbound Lanes Closed, two way traffic will be accommodated
Prince Albert, Sk. – The City of Prince Albert would like to advise that the East entrance to Little Red River Park from Highway 55 will be closed until further notice due to the construction to stabilize the riverbanks in the Park. The public is asked to remain clear of the heavy equipment on site from the east entrance up to the Cosmo Lodge.
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK