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.
Due to dry conditions currently experienced in the area, the City of Prince Albert has implemented a fire ban in the Little Red River Park and to all residential property north of the Saskatchewan River effective immediately. Open fires will be prohibited until further notice. This also applies to fireworks within these areas. Properly maintained fuel gas appliances are still permitted.
Ride the bus for free on Clean Air Day
Prince Albert, Sk. –The fourth annual Prince Albert and Area Community Economic Development Forum will be on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at My Place Bistro (2345 10th Ave West). The theme for the Forum this year is “Less Talk, More Action” in recognition of the keynote speaker Cherylynn Walters who will guide participants in a "strategic doing" session.
Strategic Doing is the step by step process that allows people to implement the action steps of a priority in 30, 60, and 90 day cycles and identify the person or people who will complete that action. It ensures that each priority is broken down into small doable steps so that progress can continue to be made towards the completion of the priority.
Attendees will be asked to identify what they feel are priorities for Economic Development for the City of Prince Albert and the surrounding region. This session will be interactive with attendees being asked for their input.
This forum is a joint partnership initiativ ...
The work of the Prince Albert Regional Economic Development Alliance (PREDA) was recognized last week in the 2019 Affinity Credit Union Reconciliation and Partnership Awards. The Awards were handed out at the 2019 Intersections for Growth Conference in Regina. The Partnership Award recognizes the collaborative efforts of First Nation and municipal government on reconciliation efforts and economic development.
The City of Prince Albert would like to advise residents and businesses that over the next several weeks, Corix, the company hired to install new water meters on behalf of the City of Prince Albert, will rebrand and transform to ICONIX Waterworks. The rebrand will not impact the operations of the company or the project, but the City would like residents to be aware of the change when they go to make appointments for their water meter replacements.
Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne has officially proclaimed May 3 and 4, 2019 as Raider Days in Prince Albert in conjunction with the first two games to be played in Prince Albert in the Western Hockey League Rogers Championship Series against the Vancouver Giants.
Groups can register with http://pitch-in.ca/, bags and gloves available at City Hall
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK