On Friday, November 17, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing a water leak on Lewvan Drive just south of the Sherwood Drive intersection.
As temperatures drop and we switch from road graders to snowplows, the City of Regina’s 2017 construction season has come to an end. Major construction projects have proceeded both on schedule and on budget, with $88 million invested in infrastructure projects across the City’s 10 wards.
On Wednesday, November 15 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will repair a guardrail damaged in a vehicle accident on Ring Road under the rail tracks between Dewdney Avenue and Ross Avenue.
From November 20, 2017 to March 30, 2018, curbside garbage collection will be picked up every other week. During the holidays, garbage will move back to weekly collection for the weeks of December 24 and December 31 (collection days - December 23 to January 5).
The City and Regina Police Service (RPS) today announced that the former Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) bus depot and head office will be home to a new downtown headquarters complex, pending Council approval November 27, 2017.
A vehicle accident last week on Arcola Avenue eastbound over the Ring Road damaged a traffic signal. Since this accident occurred, a lane restriction was put in place along with a temporary traffic standard.
On Thursday, November 9 construction at the following locations will require traffic restrictions.
The City of Regina saw an increase in the overall number of building permits issued for the month of October over the same time last year. The year-to-date figures remain strong when compared to historical trends as well.
The following is a list of City services provided on Saturday, November 11 and Monday, November 13, 2017.
On Wednesday, November 8, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing a water leak on Regina Avenue between Pasqua Street and Lewvan Drive.
We want to hear from you. The City of Regina is reviewing the cultural, economic and historical drivers that shaped our community. These important themes in our history will assist in identifying places that matter. Residents are invited to learn about how the City of Regina identifies and assesses the significance of its historic places at a come-and-go open house:
The City of Regina has declared its first Snow Route for the pilot program. This means there is no parking along designated snow routes for a 24-hour period to allow crews to clear these primary roads from curb-to-curb, improving traffic flow along the busy roadways. As well, this will help ensure roads are passable for emergency response vehicles.
Members of the Water and Ice Rescue Team from Regina Fire & Protective Services and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Paramedics responded to A.E. Wilson Park at 7:08 this morning in response to a call for a person in the creek. Upon arrival, emergency responders found the victim on the creek bank. It appears he may have fallen through ice forming on the creek. The male victim was transported to hospital by EMS.
Starting Sunday, November 5 drivers should consider alternate routes as sewer relining work along 7th Avenue will cross Lewvan Drive.
Starting Saturday, November 4 a contractor will be doing water/sewer work at 755 Broad Street. This work requires a traffic restriction on Broad Street between 2nd Avenue and 1st Avenue.