Prince Albert City Council

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Prince Albert City Council is the governing body of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Composition[edit]

The Council consists of the City's Mayor and eight elected City Councilors, with City Councilors representing the interests of each of the eight wards of the City.

History[edit]

The Council's history dates back to the incorporation of Prince Albert Settlement as a town in 1885, under its first mayor; Thomas McKay.

Council members[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Greg Dionne is the current mayor of Prince Albert, and head of the City Council.

Ward 1[edit]

Charlene Miller is the current councillor representing Ward 1, which encompasses the West Flat area of the City.

Ward 2[edit]

Rick Orr is the current councillor representing Ward 2, which encompasses Prince Albert's downtown core, as well as Hazeldell, Nordale and the North Industrial district north of the North Saskatchewan River.

Ward 3[edit]

Lee Atkinson is the current councillor representing Ward 3 which includes the Midtown area of the East Flat portion of the City.

Ward 4[edit]

Past mayor Don Cody is the current councillor representing Ward 4 which encompasses the eastern portion of the East Flat area of the City.

Ward 5[edit]

Tim Scharkowski is the current councillor representing Ward 5 which encompasses the Crescent Heights area of the City, as well as parts of the Carlton Park neighbourhood.

Ward 6[edit]

Martin Ring is the current councillor representing Ward 6 which encompasses the Crescent Acres and Carlton Park neighbourhoods on the southeast side of the City.

Ward 7[edit]

Mark Tweidt is the current councillor for Ward 7 which includes the East Hill neighbourhood of the City.

Ward 8[edit]

Ted Zurakowski is the current councillor for Ward 8 which encompasses the West Hill neighbourhood of the City.

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