Did you know that...
- The Saskatchewan Disease Control
The Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory will provide free bacteriological testing for citizens with a private water supply who are concerned that their water has been contaminated by flooding. For more information you can contact Saskatchewan disease control @ 306-787-7138.
- Agricultural Exemptions
Taxable agriculture land can be applied as an exemption to your taxable residence.
- Vacant residences
Vacant residences can be exempt from taxes if you provide us in writing of that fact.
Recycling for Free
RM of Prince Albert ratepayers are encouraged to recycle the following products/items at the North Central Saskatchewan Waste Management Corporation Shop:
460 – 40th Street East
Please call for hours of operation
- Plastic Bags
- Tin Cans
- Plastic Milk Jugs
There are large collection bins on site to accept this material at no charge.
Please see attached brochure for an easy guide to recycling.
Pop bottles, pop cans and other beverage containers, can be recycled at SARCAN at
3865 – 5th Avenue East
44 North Industrial Drive
For more information, please contact the RM office at 306-763-2469. Recycling Brochures are available.
CFIB NEWS RELEASE
CFIB ranks best & worst property tax gaps in 32 Saskatchewan RMs
Eight RMs shared lowest municipal property tax gap in 2014; Mervin the highest
Regina, November 19, 2015 - The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released its comparison of property tax gaps between 32 Saskatchewan Rural Municipalities (RMs) with a population of 1,000 or more and the results are concerning for business owners. The overall results for RMs in 2014 were mixed across the province. On average, small business owners paid 3 .86 times the municipal property taxes of residential property owners in 2014.
FIB's 8th annual research report, Wanted: Property Tax Fairness in Saskatchewan examines municipal and total property tax gaps for 69 municipalities and 32 Rural Municipalities (RMs) with a population of 1,000 or more. The gap measures the ratio of commercial and residential property tax bills for properties assessed at $200,000.
"The good news is some RMs do a better job than others in making municipal property taxes more fair for small businesses," said Marilyn Braun-Pollon, CFIB's Vice-President, Prairie and Agri-business. "However, the bad news is many Saskatchewan business owners continue to pay more than their fair share and get the shortend of the property tax stick."
In fact, commercial property owners in Saskatchewan's largest 32 RMs paid from $1.43 to $18.81 for every dollar in municipal property taxes paid by residential property owners, with an average of $3.86 (see Backgrounder).
Eight RMs shared the lowest municipal property tax gap; The RM of Mervin had the highest
- The lowest municipal property tax gap in 2014 was shared by eight RMs; Lumsden, Buckland, Prince Albert, South Qu'Appelle, Dundurn, Moose Jaw, Hudson Bay, and Battle River with a gap of 1.43
- The RM of Moose Jaw had the lowest commercial municipal property tax bill of $850
- The RM of Wilton had the highest commercial municipal property tax bill of $15,400
When provincial education property taxes are factored in, commercial property owners in the largest 3 2 RMs are paying on average 3.03 times the property taxes of residential property owners.
This report should be required reading for all municipal leaders as they determine their 2016 operating budgets in the coming weeks. "We worry many RMs may continue to hike property taxes to fund unsustainable spending," added Braun-Pollon.
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Clean Farms offers an obsolete collection campaign. You can return unwanted and obsolete pesticides and livestock medications to locations on dates identified on the poster and brochure below.top
Public Notices & Information
CURRENT ROAD CONDITIONS
Please drive with caution when traveling on ALL RM of Prince Albert roads.
Culverts may be undermined.
Report any washouts or concerns to the RM Shop at 306-922-8283, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Do I need a burning permit and if so, for what type of burning...
A burning permit is required for all types of burning within the RM of Prince Albert. There are two types of burning permit, one is a seasonal permit for a burning barrel and/or barbeque pit. The second type of burning permit is for a controlled burn such as burning a brush pile or slough edges, this is a one week only permit and may be extended by contacting the RM office at 306-763-2469. Permits are required from April 1 to November 30.
For one week permits you must call the City of Prince Albert at 1-866-404-4911 before you burn and again when the fire is out. *Please call this number if you are burning from December 1 to March 31 to advise the fire department that you are burning.*
Hours of Operation
We are open Monday to Friday
9:00 am to 12:00 noon
1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
|You can submit concerns / comments to
|RM of Prince Albert #461
99 – River Street E.
Prince Albert, SK S6V 0A1
|Administrative Assistant||Shelley Jasnoch|
Foreman: Fran Lucyshyn
|Prince Albert District Planning Commission|
|Planning Officer||Jason Kapteinemail@example.com|
|Prince Albert Rural Water Utility|
|General Manager||Ken Dangerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Pest Control Officer||Allan McKay||306-763-2469|
2017 Poison Dates – to be announced.
(Please contact the R.M. office for any issues with stray animals.)