The City would like to advise that street sweeping will be occurring in the Central Business District starting at 5:00 a.m. until approximately 8:00a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, July 24, 2019. The street sweeping is in preparation for the Exhibition parade.
Starting Monday, July 22, the City will be starting construction on the front parking lot at the Alfred Jenkins Field House. The work will reconfigure the lot so there is parking and drop off spaces closer to the main entrance. This work is being done in conjunction with recent improvements to the facilitiy and will improve accessibility to the building for those with mobility limitations.
The City of Prince Albert is exploring the feasibility of banning single use plastic retail checkout sales bags in Prince Albert and is seeking public input on the issue. A short, three question survey is now available at www.citypa.ca and is open to all residents in the Prince Albert shopping area.
In the spirit of waste reduction, the City of Prince Albert is now offering retrofitted garbage and recycling bins for sale as compost bins. Old bins that are no longer of use have been customized by Kin Enterprises to work as backyard compost bins.
A new neighbourhood playground on Muzzy Drive is officially open. The playground, located between Damour Terrace and Kernaghan Crescent in Crescent Acres, will provide much needed recreation space for the growing community.
On behalf of City Council, Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne would like to express condolences to the friends and family of former Mayor of Prince Albert, Jim Stiglitz. “It is with sadness that we learned of Jim’s passing,” said Mayor Dionne. “He served Prince Albert for many years and we were Councillors together before he was elected as Mayor.”
The Prince Albert Fire Department (PAFD) is now accepting applications for the 2019 Recruitment Competition. All interested Candidates are invited to submit a resume with all supporting documents through the City of Prince Albert online application process at www.citypa.ca.
On behalf of the Prince Albert Regional Economic Development Alliance (PREDA), the City of Prince Albert would like to announce that all positions on the PREDA Board of Directors have been appointed.
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.
Nominations are now being accepted for the annual Prince Albert Municipal Heritage Award. This award recognizes excellence in projects or buildings that provide outstanding heritage value to the City of Prince Albert. An award plaque will be presented to the chosen recipient.
City of Prince Albert
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