This year’s I Love Regina Day celebration is being postponed after multiple weather forecasts have predicted inclement weather overnight and for much of Saturday.
To help combat algae and improve overall water quality, the City of Regina has planted native vegetation along the edge of Lakewood Retention Pond.
Residents are invited to enjoy the Disney movie “Zootopia” on the SaskTel MaxTron on Sunday, July 24 as part of the farewell season celebration at the current Mosaic Stadium.
Regina residents are invited to show their love for our city on I Love Regina Day. Celebrations will take place on Saturday, July 23 in Victoria Park.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, July 19 as crews will be doing upgrades to the sewer and water systems at the following locations:
Work on Graham Road is cancelled for today and postponed to tomorrow. Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, July 16, as crews will be repairing the water system on Graham Road between Hall Avenue and Downey Crescent.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Friday, July 15 as crews will be repairing the water system on Graham Road between Hall Avenue and Downey Crescent.
Starting Monday, July 18, Condie Road between Dewdney Avenue and 9th Avenue North will be closed for road construction. The construction is expected to be completed by the end of August 2016.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, July 14 as crews will be doing upgrades to the water system on Dalgliesh Drive between Cooper Crescent and McIntosh Street.
Installation of the playing surface at new Mosaic Stadium has begun.
City crews are always on standby during a storm event to monitor and clear catch basins. Storm channels and detention/retention ponds are also monitored.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, July 12 as crews will be repairing the sewer system on Dewdney Avenue between Dove Road and Brown Street.
Traffic advisory - road closed Courtney Street - Armour Road to Whelan Drive
Starting Monday, July 11, the City of Regina will continue the Victoria Avenue paving project. Crews will be working from Coleman Crescent to Park Street. Work is expected to take four weeks to complete, depending on weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
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