The City of Prince Albert has a busy construction season ahead in 2015. Below is a list of some of the projects. Information will be updated as it becomes available.
Page last updated: June 5, 2015
2nd Avenue West and Diefenbaker Bridge Construction
Update: The 2nd Avenue project will begin Monday, June 8, 2015. For a detailed list of restrictions in place for the 2nd Avenue Repairs please see the Daily Road Report page. The Diefenbaker Bridge project schedule is expected in July. A press conferences will be held to announce details.
The City of Prince Albert will be starting an Underground Utility Replacement project on 2nd Ave West and Diefenbaker Bridge repairs this summer. Work is expected to start after the May long weekend and be complete by the September long weekend.
With no alternative river crossing, detours and delays are unavoidable. It is the City’s intention to do everything it can to coordinate the two projects in order to mitigate traffic congestion. For the duration of the projects it is expected that north-south traffic will always be flowing (although will be restricted to one lane each way). East-west traffic will also be restricted at times at 12th and 15th Street and closed at 13th and 14th Street.
The City is currently in the process of securing contractors for these projects and more conclusive schedules will be made available once finalized.
Lift Station Upgrades
Three of seven lift stations will be upgraded this year (four were completed in 2014). The total project cost is $6.9 million with support from the Federal Gas Tax Program.
2016 Paving Program
The City will once again be pursuing paving through the annual $4 million Paving Program ($189 Base Tax introduced in 2013 to annually fund roadways paving). 152 blocks have been paved in Prince Albert to date. This will also include some water and sewer main replacements and repair. Please check back for updates on the streets targeted for completion this year.
For a complete list of streets and a map, please see the Paving Program page.
Road Closure Notifications
Motorists are asked to consult the City's website for traffic restriction notifications. Individuals can sign-up to receive email alerts when a new traffic restriction is announced. To subscribe to the traffic notification list please visit the email subscription page. To subscribe, click on traffic restrictions and provide your name and email address. You can also check the daily road report for closures that are in effect on that particular day.