City will dispose of trees at no cost
In order to limit disruptions, the City of Prince Albert is asking residents, customers and suppliers to take note of the following:
The City would like to advise that the Marquis Road water crane will be temporarily out of service to accommodate pumphouse upgrades currently in progress. The temporary shut down will start September 27 and is anticipated to be back in service on October 1.
Deadline to apply is Wednesday, October 17, 2018
221 vehicles, over 9,000 kilograms of waste collected
Residents are advised that weekly garbage collection will be discontinued starting in October. Starting the week of October 1st for Area 1 & 4 and October 8th for Area 2 & 3.
Effective September 17, 2018, the Prince Albert SPCA will be taking over Animal Control Services from the Prince Albert Bylaw Enforcement Unit. The new agreement will be for a trial period with the SPCA appointing Animal Control Officers to handle services as outlined in the City of Prince Albert’s Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw.
Prince Albert, SK - The City of Prince Albert would like to advise residents that the ban on pruning elm trees has now been lifted. A ban from April 1st, 2018 to August 31st, 2018 was in effect in accordance with provincial regulations. The ban ensures that elm bark beetles, which transmit Dutch elm disease (DED), are not attracted to the pruning cuts when these beetles are most active.
The City would like to advise that the Marquis Road water crane will be back in service on Monday, August 27, 2018. The crane was temporarily unavailable due to activities related to pumphouse upgrades.
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK