The City of Prince Albert recognizes that privacy and confidentiality of all person’s personal information is important and respects the privacy of all our visitors. As a local public body, the City of Prince Albert is subject to Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Legislation. All personal information is managed according to the Saskatchewan Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. We do not collect identifiable information about any individual unless you choose to provide that information to us via email, or registering in a secure portion of the site. The City will use all reasonable steps to ensure the security of the information once received and will not distribute it to any third party unless required by law to do so.
If you choose to provide the City with personal information in an email or by filling out an electronic form and submitting it to the City through our website, the City will use that information to respond to your message and to assist us to provide you the requested information and service. The personal information you share with the City will be provided only to those areas that are required to carry out the business that relates to your matter. All email messages sent or received are the property of the City of Prince Albert and may be accessed by authorized City representatives for that matter without further consent of the author. All email messages are managed through a records management process and retained in accordance with the City’s Records Retention and Disposal Schedule.
The City considers the individual information to be confidential; our policy is to not disclose any personal information gathered online to third parties unless disclosure is required by law or for the purposes of criminal investigations. The City of Prince Albert does not sell, rent or transmit personal information to other organizations.
Security measures are implemented in order that web services remain available to all users. The City of Prince Albert computer system employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify attempts to tamper with information, or to otherwise cause damage.
For questions or comments regarding these practices or for more information regarding the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, contact Legislative Services at (306) 953-4346.