The City of Prince Albert would like to invite members of the public to attend one of two community meetings scheduled in this week. These engagement meetings are intended to provide residents with an informal opportunity to talk to City administration about current projects, plans for the future and share feedback on issues of concern.
Photos of winning yards available at www.citypa.ca
Residents are advised that weekly garbage collection will be discontinued starting in October. Starting the week of October 7th for Area No. 2 & 3 and October 1st for Area No. 1 & 4 garbage collection will return to the bi-weekly schedule.
Many creative and free family friendly events planned
The City of Prince Albert would like residents in Zone 2 (properties located south of 19th Street) to take note that hydraulic flushing will be done again this year starting Monday, September 9, 2019. The work is scheduled to occur from 7am-7pm, Monday through Friday over the next 4-6 weeks.
The City would like to advise that street sweeping will be occurring in the Central Business District starting at 5:00 a.m. until approximately 8:00a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, July 24, 2019. The street sweeping is in preparation for the Exhibition parade.
Starting Monday, July 22, the City will be starting construction on the front parking lot at the Alfred Jenkins Field House. The work will reconfigure the lot so there is parking and drop off spaces closer to the main entrance. This work is being done in conjunction with recent improvements to the facilitiy and will improve accessibility to the building for those with mobility limitations.
In the spirit of waste reduction, the City of Prince Albert is now offering retrofitted garbage and recycling bins for sale as compost bins. Old bins that are no longer of use have been customized by Kin Enterprises to work as backyard compost bins.
Please be advised that the fire ban for areas within the City of Prince Albert north of the North Saskatchewan River has been lifted. This includes Little Red River Park and the Hazeldell and Nordale residential areas.
Due to dry conditions currently experienced in the area, the City of Prince Albert has implemented a fire ban in the Little Red River Park and to all residential property north of the Saskatchewan River effective immediately. Open fires will be prohibited until further notice. This also applies to fireworks within these areas. Properly maintained fuel gas appliances are still permitted.
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK