Prince Albert City Council has approved the 2019 Municipal Budget in another challenging year. The total approved general fund budget for 2019 is $67.6 million which represents a $1.8 million increase from 2018. Once all revenues and expenses are accounted for, the City of Prince Albert will require an additional $1.2 million from property taxes which represents a 3.9% mill rate increase.
Residents are reminded to “Wing in the New Year” by taking the free public transit offered from 7:45 p.m. Monday, December 31, 2018 until approximately 3:15 a.m. January 1, 2019.
City encouraging builders and anyone considering building to review the new regulations
The City or Prince Albert would like to advise that, in cooperation with the Prince Albert Royal Canadian Legion, the bells at the Prince Albert Arts Centre, located at 1010 Central Avenue, will toll on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 5:00pm as part of the Royal Canadian Legion’s Bells of Peace initiative which commemorates the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
Mayor Greg Dionne was on location at the North East corner of 2nd Avenue West and 15th Street to make a third and final announcement as part of the new Husky Energy and the City of Prince Albert three year partnership for community enhancement projects in the city.
Mayor Greg Dionne would like to announce that Husky Energy and the City of Prince Albert have formed a three year partnership for community enhancement projects in the city. Today, Mayor Greg Dionne was in attendance at the Rotary Club meeting to express thanks to the Club for their work on the Rotary Trail and to make the first announcement.
Prince Albert, SK.
Fire Prevention Week October 7-13
Photos of winning yards available at www.citypa.ca
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