During the month of April individuals visiting or phoning City Hall will be able to share their experience with the City of Prince Albert. The City has launched “We’re All Ears,” a campaign to encourage feedback about customer service at City Hall. The survey is now available online and in paper format at City Hall. “The City is in the business of serving residents and we want to ensure our service level is living up to their expectations and to the City’s Strategic Plan” said Ken Leclaire, Director of Corporate Services for the City of Prince Albert. “In order to develop a course of action we need to first get an understanding of what residents are experiencing during their interactions with City Hall.”
11,217 residential and commercial meters to be replaced
Residents, Businesses and Organizations Encouraged to register their events at http://pitch-in.ca/
Prince Albert, Sk. – The City of Prince Albert’s Kinsmen Water Park staff are preparing for another fun, exciting summer at the newly renovated facility. With the new pool opened last summer, the staff is excited to announce dates for swimming lessons, school bookings and after hour rentals at the Kinsmen Water Park for the summer of 2019.
Unprecedented frost depths this year are causing a number of issues relating to the City’s underground water collection and distribution system. Lengthy periods of extreme cold temperatures this winter have made typical conditions worse.
Regional partners have come together to officially form the Prince Albert Regional Economic Development Alliance (PREDA). The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been formally adopted by founding member communities and organizations which represents the region’s first grassroots driven approach to regional community economic development. Founding members include the City of Prince Albert, the Rural Municipality of Prince Albert, the Rural Municipality of Buckland, the Town of Shellbrook, Muskoday First Nation and Peter Ballantyne Developments LP.
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
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