The City of Prince Albert would like to advise that the pedestrian bridge located between Sanderson Crescent and Grey Owl Crescent will be closed to the public pending a structural inspection. Further updates will be provided when available.
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 June 7 and is anticipated to be back in service on June 18.
With recent precipitation and more expected this week, 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.
The Public Works Department would like to remind residents that weekly garbage collection begins June 4th, 2018, as opposed to bi-weekly pick-up in the winter. The blue recycle container will continue to be picked up bi-weekly.
Fines start at $500
The City of Prince Albert would like to advise that the pedestrian bridge located in Prime Ministers’ Park will be removed on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. The bridge structure has deteriorated and is no longer considered safe. There are two other access points in the park that allow for north and south pedestrian access. There are no immediate plans to replace the bridge at this time.
Prince Albert, Sk. –The Prince Albert Fire Department would like to advise the public that controlled burns will be taking place in the drainage channel in the city starting today, Thursday, May 17, 2018. The controlled burns will start at Muzzy Drive working through the channel to 6th Avenue East.
Prince Albert, SK - The City of Prince Albert will once again be offering the Anti-Graffiti Paint Program. This program encourages citizens to help reduce graffiti vandalism by REPORTING IT, RECORDING IT and/or REMOVING IT.
Thank-you to residents who participated
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK