Thanks to Mother Nature, thirteen of the City’s outdoor spray pads will open on Saturday, May 28 – four days earlier than usual.
Minor traffic restrictions will be in place
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting Wednesday, May 25 as crews will be repaving Regina Avenue between Montague Street and Albert Street.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting on Wednesday, May 25 as crews will be doing upgrades to the water system on Broadway Avenue between Wallace Street and Atkinson Street.
The City of Regina has maintained a strong AA+ credit rating with a stable outlook, according to Standard & Poor’s latest Credit Rating Report.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting Tuesday, May 24 on Pasqua Gate West between Dalgliesh Drive and Pasqua Street.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting on Tuesday, May 24 as crews will be starting work on Pasqua Street between Gordon Road and Parliament Avenue.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, May 24 as crews will be doing upgrades to the water system on Broadway Avenue between Winnipeg Street and Wallace Street.
Residents are asked to do their part to keep Regina clean by using designated waste containers for all garbage and ensuring all loads to the landfill are tarped and secured.
Starting Tuesday, May 24 drivers should consider alternate routes on 14th Avenue between Toronto Street and Wallace Street as SaskPower crews will be upgrading underground utilities. Work will be done in phases and will include the closure of the intersection of Winnipeg Street and 14th Avenue when work progresses to that location.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, May 19 as crews will be doing upgrades at the following locations:
Please see the following schedule of what City services are open on Monday, May 23.
Mayor Michael Fougere and Council invite Regina residents to the Mosaic Stadium Farewell Season Kick-off Celebration on Saturday, May 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A formal program starts at 10:30 on the field.
The 2016 City of Regina Henry Baker Scholarship Program applications are due June 1, 2016.
Have you ever seen a piece of City equipment and thought, “What is that for?” On Thursday, May 19, residents are invited to an open house between 1 and 4 p.m. at the Public Works Yard, at Albert Street and 5th Avenue. The City of Regina is hosting the event as a way to help residents understand how the City runs.