The City is undertaking a project to replace two bridges on Victoria Avenue over Pilot Butte Creek and widen Victoria Avenue between Coleman Crescent and Prince of Wales Drive. The proposed changes have created access concerns on Eastgate Drive for businesses and residents in the area.
Starting Sunday, October 4, crews will be working on a sewer connection on Victoria Avenue between Hamilton Street and Scarth Street. The work is expected to one day to complete depending on weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
The City of Regina’s debt is well-managed, according to the annual status report on City debt which will be presented to the Finance and Administration Committee on October 6.
Starting Saturday, October 3, crews will be doing sewer repairs on University Park Drive from Arcola Avenue to Truesdale Drive. The work is expected to take two days to complete depending on weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
Starting Monday, October 5, City crews will be installing a manhole at 972 McCarthy Boulevard. The work is expected to last about five days depending on weather and any other unforeseen circumstances.
Bring your household hazardous waste to the City’s Public Works Yard at 2425 4th Avenue on Saturday, October 3 from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. (gates close).
Starting Wednesday, September 30, crews will perform emergency repairs to the water system in two locations.
Starting Wednesday, September 30, crews will be doing upgrades to the water system on Hill Avenue from Rae Street to Retallack Street. The work is expected to take one day to complete.
Recipients of the 2015 City of Regina Henry Baker Scholarship Program were honoured at the September 28 City Council meeting.
Starting Tuesday, September 29, crews will be doing emergency repairs on Dalgliesh Drive from Wheeler Crescent to Pasqua Gate West. The work is expected to one day to complete.
Bring leaves, twigs and pumpkins to one of the City’s leaf and yard waste depots open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. from September 26 to November 7.
The City of Regina’s Graffiti Management Program works to eradicate graffiti through education, engagement and enforcement.
Starting Tuesday, September 22, crews will be doing upgrades to the water system on Dewdney Avenue between McTavish Street and Princess Street. The work is expected to take two days to complete.
As the weather forecast indicates a warm weekend is upon us, the City of Regina is pleased to keep most of the spray pads open to allow families a final weekend of fun.
The City of Regina has been approved for Provincial Disaster Assistance (PDAP) which will allow Regina residents who experienced damages due to the heavy rainfall of July 27/28, 2015 to apply for financial assistance for un-insurable losses.