The Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District (PADBID) is a non-profit corporation established in March of 2004. Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of property and business persons from within the designated Business Improvement District.
Our neighbourhood is home to nearly 300 businesses, one third of all in Prince albert, which include the following: civic, provincial and federal government offices, financial, institutions, 4 major medias companies, professional firms such as: investment, accounting and legal, quality retail, dinning, 5 art galleries, Historical Museum, E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts, Art classes, visitor accommodation and convention facilities, beauty and personal care, pharmacies, doctors offices and a variety of residential including a number of senior citizen housing complexes, affordable housing options, as well as executive suites.
The campaign to secure $40,000 for new wayfinding signs downtown has received a boost of support thanks to the Municipal Cultural Action Plan (MCAP). The MCAP has confirmed it will match donations to the “This Place Matters – Find Your Place Downtown” competition up...Read More
You'd better watch out, you'd better not cry, the Santa Claus parade is coming back to Prince Albert. After a roughly six year hiatus, there will be a parade in the city this fall. PADBID Vice-Chair Evert Botha said the idea for the event came from the Prince Albert Downtown Business...Read More
Beginning October 4, 2016, the Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District (PADBID) launched the “Find Your Place Downtown” crowdfunding project, to direct people to and identify with the historic, cultural, and social centre of our city and the region. This initiative will provide a...Read More
Prince Albert Downtown is the ONLY Community in Saskatchewan in this year's #ThisPlaceMatters Competition. Our fundraiser is for wayfinders and signage along our main roads into Prince Albert, Saskatchewan that will draw more visitors to Prince Albert Downtown. You can vote once a day, and...Read More
The Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District has entered an on-line competition, with hopes of winning $40,000 to create new wayfinding signs for the City with a project entitled “Find Your Place Downtown.” The National Trust This Place Matters Crowdfunding campaign began today online...Read More
Don't forget, you can drop any non-perishable food items at participating businesses on Central Avenue this week! The Prince Albert Downtown Food Bank drive will wrap up on Wednesday, but the Prince Albert Food Bank will always be in need of our continued support. You...Read More