The City wants to encourage residents to leave their cars at home and take advantage of the free, fun and safe ways to get to and from the new Mosaic Stadium, starting with this Saturday’s “Regina Rocks” concert.
Reminder to residents that starting tonight through Friday, June 2, Ring Road under Wascana Parkway will be closed nightly between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. as crews begin demolition of the overpass.
Starting Friday, May 26, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be doing sewer rehabilitation at the intersection of Albert Street and 7th Avenue.
Drivers will need to consider an alternate route on Friday, May 26 as crews will repair a water leak on Cannon Street between the north and south entrances to Scrivener Crescent.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, May 25 as crews will repair a water main leak on Dalgliesh Drive between Kyle Street and Wells Street.
Because of the City’s strong financial management, solid budget performance and relatively low debt levels, Standard & Poor’s confirmed the City of Regina’s long-standing AA+ credit rating with a stable outlook.
Starting today, crews will begin replacing water connections along Rink Avenue between McCarthy Boulevard and the train tracks. The work will be completed one block at a time to reduce impact on residents and motorists.
Regina residents and visitors alike will be treated to a memorable set of festivities this summer as Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation celebrations continue.
We’re exploring options for housing development and outdoor recreational facilities on the Regent Par 3 Golf Course site and we need your help doing this.
Starting the week of May 23, the City of Regina will be required to close and restrict streets for contractor work on behalf of SaskPower.
Regina property tax notices will be mailed out starting today.Property taxes are due for payment to the City of Regina by Friday, June 30.
With mosquito season upon us, the City is beginning its environmentally friendly and preventative control program to keep the blood suckers at bay so you can enjoy the outdoors this summer.
Starting the week of May 23, Dewdney Avenue will be closed or restricted at various times between Elphinstone Street and Albert Street as crews begin replacing concrete. This is the completion of work which started in the fall with repairs to the water system.
Starting Monday, May 22, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will remove and replace the asphalt surface on Albert Street between 6th Avenue North and 9th Avenue North in the southbound lanes.
Schedule of City services open on Monday, May 22, 2017.