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.
Prince Albert, Sk. –The Prince Albert Fire Department would like to advise the public that a controlled burn will be taking place in the drainage channel in the city starting today, Wednesday, April 24, 2019. The controlled burns will start at Muzzy Drive working through the channel to 6th Avenue East.
Prince Albert, SK - Residents are reminded to prune their elm trees by March 31st, or to delay until early fall, as the provincial ban on pruning elm trees will be in effect between April 1st and August 31st. 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 of Prince Albert would like residents to be aware that a section of the Rotary Trail, at the base of 6th Avenue West, just off River Street, will be closed until further notice. An underground storm water pipe has collapsed creating a 10 foot wide sinkhole that poses a danger to the public. The affected area is being barricaded off and a detour will be in place.
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.
Rotary Trail Closure
The City of Prince Albert is once again extending appreciation to the Pine Needle Mountain Bike and Music Festival for their 2018 contribution of $5,000 to the City for improvements at Little Red River Park. Funds are raised by the festival annually with $30,000 raised to date. Projects at Little Red have included:
Prince Albert, Sk. – The City of Prince Albert Community Services Department is pleased to offer the Summer Playground Program for 2018, continuing a summer-time tradition. Starting Tuesday, July 3rd the City of Prince Albert Playground Program will kick off for a seven week period through August 17th at 10 playground locations.
Many Free events offered Saturday
Fines start at $500
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK