Downtown parking cards are the easiest and most cost effective way to park downtown.
You can purchase Parking Meter Cards from the Cashier Counter at City Hall that provides a convenient way to pay for parking at downtown parking meters. Parking meter cards are $25 ($5 activation fee and $20 preloaded value.) You can purchase $10 increments, up to $100 maximum value.
Reuse the same card to avoid paying the $5 activation fee. The same card can be preloaded multiple times.
They are easy to use:
You need to insert your card into the meter, in order to log IN to your account. Once you are logged IN, the meter will start using up your preloaded value. Before you leave your parking spot, PLEASE REMEMBER … you must re-insert your card into the meter to log OUT.
You must always log your card OUT before you can use it again.
Instructions to log IN:
Instructions to log OUT:
By using a parking card you are only paying for the time that you are parked there. Stop by City Hall to purchase your parking card. Also, note that there are 2 hour and 5 hour parking stalls. If you will be spending some time in the downtown choose a five hour lot to save time and money. Click on the brochure below for the map.
Do you know that annually $40,000 from parking meter fees goes into the Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District reserve fund? That fund is used for a variety of purposes, such as events, signage, grants, and capitol projects.
Thank you for supporting and shopping local!
Willie Ermine the Plains Cree Knowledge Keeper shares a brief story from the Plains Cree.
Each of the 6 signs tells a breig of the history from each Nation in English and each Indigenous Group traditional language and their relationship to Kistapinanihk (gathering place).
The project was guided by the First Nations and Métis Knowledge Keepers from each Indigenous group in our City. The project was organized by the Prince Albert Historical Society, Municipal Cultural Action Plan, the City of Prince Albert & the Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District.
A special thank you to the organizations that funded this project: the Northern Lights Community Development Corporation and the Municipal Cultural Action Plan.
Closing prayer from Dr. Leo Omani.
Father's Day is Sunday, June 21, find something special for Dad at a local shop downtown! Click on the business name for the link to their website or social media to check out their Father's Day sales.
Here are a few suggestions:
This information is what was available on Monday, June 8, 2020. For updated information you can click on the underlined area to visit their website or social media.
Cafe & Bistros
Carolyn Carleton - Executive Director