The City of Prince Albert and the Ministry of Government Relations will be holding a Flood Plain Update meeting to provide property owners in the Flood Plain with information on the proposed amendments to the Official Community Plan that recognizes a 1:500 year flood plain, and that minimize and mitigates its impact. The meeting will be held on:
Application for lots due July 25
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As of July 1, 2017 the province of Saskatchewan will be adopting the 2015 edition of the National Building Code. Those who are building or renovating in the City are encouraged to take note of the changes and pick up an information package created by the City of Prince Albert Building Department.
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.
Prince Albert Sk. - The City will be hosting two webinars on property taxes and is inviting property owners interested in learning more about their 2017 property taxes to register and take part on the following dates:
Prince Albert, SK. – The City of Prince Albert’s discounted lot program for all R2 and R3 zoned residential lots will be in effect until March 31, 2017. All lots will be discounted 15 per cent. A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure a lot. All other standard rules and regulations apply.
The Department of Planning and Development Services would like to invite you to their 2nd public come-and-go Community Engagement Session as a final opportunity to provide input on the City of Prince Albert Housing Plan Action Strategy.
The Department of Planning and Development Service would like to invite the public to a come-and-go Community Engagement Session to provide input on the City of Prince Albert Housing Plan Action Strategy.
Prince Albert City Council has approved amendments to the Property Amenities Bylaw No. 14 of 2007 which will expand the legislative power for Bylaw Enforcement Staff to deal with Vacant and Boarded Buildings. The ultimate intent of the changes is to deter vacant and/or boarded buildings from being left long-term by requiring property owners to begin the process of rehabilitating residential properties so as to encourage re-occupancy in a timely manner.
“This has been a longstanding issue for City Council,” said Mayor Greg Dionne. “These properties can become a burden on a neighborhood. I’m looking forward to our staff taking on a proactive approach to this problem and getting the enforcement process started sooner.”
To achieve this, the bylaw has an expanded definition of what constitutes a nuisance to specifically include boarded and unoccupied buildings. “Without elaborating on this definition, these properties might arguably not be consid ...
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