Prince Albert City Council has approved the 2019 Municipal Budget in another challenging year. The total approved general fund budget for 2019 is $67.6 million which represents a $1.8 million increase from 2018. Once all revenues and expenses are accounted for, the City of Prince Albert will require an additional $1.2 million from property taxes which represents a 3.9% mill rate increase.
Final budget to be set following budget deliberations on November 7 & 8
Annual report recognized fourth year in a row for excellence in governmental accounting and financial reporting
Programs, services remain intact following challenging budget year
Final budget to be set following budget deliberations in November
System reduces duplication and streamlines services for participating cities
Prince Albert has the lowest tax increase in the Province despite deep funding cuts from the Provincial Government this year. Mayor Greg Dionne attended the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association Mayor and City Manager’s Caucus meetings in Regina Tuesday where he learned of the final tax increases for Saskatchewan cities.
Operational cuts, surplus used to balance 2017 budget
Annual report recognized third year in a row for excellence in governmental accounting and financial reporting
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK