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Prince Albert’s 2017 Budget Increase Lowest In Saskatchewan

By Communications on 5/11/2017

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.

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City Achieves No Further Increases to Property Taxes Despite Deep Funding Cuts from Provincial Government

By Communications on 4/12/2017

Operational cuts, surplus used to balance 2017 budget

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City Receives Canadian Award for Financial Reporting

By Communications on 2/9/2017

Annual report recognized third year in a row for excellence in governmental accounting and financial reporting

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Budgets for Airport, Sanitation, Water and Sewer to be presented to City Council Saturday

By Communications Department on 12/13/2016

Administration for The City of Prince Albert have released the proposed 2017 Water and Sewer Utility Fund Budget and the Sanitation Fund Budget.  Administration is proposing an increase of 2 per cent for both an average residential and commercial user.

In addition, the City has released the 2017 Airport Fund Budget.

The Budget Documents, are available online at www.citypa.ca.

“As always we need to stress that these are proposed budgets and is subject to change,” said Steve Brown, Director of Financial Services. “City Council will take into account public input and its own priorities when reviewing the budgets,” he added.

The Budget Committee is scheduled for Saturday, December 17, 2016 commencing at 8:30 a.m. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 1084 Central Avenue. The budget session is open for the public to attend.

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Residents Reminded to Sign-up for Tax Payment Plan Before December 10

By Communications on 11/30/2016

The City of Prince Albert would like to remind residents that they can sign up for T.I.P.P.S – a tax payment option that allows residents to pay taxes on a monthly basis rather than in one lump sum. By signing up before December 10, the monthly payment plan will be in place for January 2017.

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City Releases Proposed 2017 Budget

By Communications on 11/4/2016

Final budget to be set following budget deliberations in November

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City Releases Proposed 2016 Budget

By Communications on 11/2/2015

Final budget to be set following budget deliberations in November

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City of Prince Albert Receives $221,000 rebate through WCB surplus distribution

By cityhr on 8/4/2015

Safety performance considered in rebate calculation

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City of Prince Albert Releases 2014 Annual Report

By Communications on 7/15/2015

The City of Prince Albert has released the 2014 annual report which presents the audited financial statements from the past year as well as some of the highlights from eight areas of the City’s operations. This year several changes were made to the Annual Report to make the City’s finances more understandable for average readers.

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Airport Passenger Facility Fee to Increase Starting July 15

By cityhr on 6/11/2015

Fees fund renovations at airport terminal building and future improvements

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Corporate Communications
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK
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Email:  communications@citypa.com