Today, Mayor Michael Fougere recognized local caring volunteers for helping to clear snow from their neighbour’s pathways this winter.
Starting March 31, City crews will be replacing lead water lines on Dewdney Avenue between Forget Street and McIntosh Street. The work is expected to take two days to complete.
Earlier today, City crews removed the stop logs in the weir at the Albert Memorial Bridge to help get water and ice moving quickly through Regina. The creek is experiencing a surge of water at this time but is not expected to go much higher and should start to subside quickly.
Starting Sunday, March 29 City crews will remove trees along Gordon Road between Pasqua Street and Lewvan Drive.
On Monday, March 30 starting at 8:30 a.m., City crews will remove the stop logs in the weir at the Albert Memorial Bridge to help get water and ice moving quickly through Regina.
City crews are out in force tackling the snow that started falling this morning.
Construction on the new stadium is on-time and on-budget. The $278.2 million stadium is scheduled to be complete as planned for the 2017 opening.
From March 20 to 22, SaskPower will be working on Pasqua Street – England Road to Sherwood Drive. Southbound traffic will be restricted to a single lane.
Regina’s Mayor Michael Fougere says the 2015 Provincial Budget announced today is good news for the City of Regina and all urban municipalities.
The City’s snow storage site at Fleet Street and McDonald Street will close for the season on Wednesday, March 18 at 11 a.m. due to fewer users and deteriorating conditions.
The City’s snow storage site will operate restricted hours effective Thursday, March 12, due to warmer temperatures creating unfavourable ground conditions. The site will be closed from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
Starting Thursday, March 12 at 7 a.m., City Square Plaza will be closed to vehicle traffic for the Rogers Hometown Hockey event.
City of Regina crews are busy preparing for spring. The following is an update on the status of these activities and what residents can do to help.
On Thursday, March 12 residents will have the opportunity to attend an Open House at the North West Leisure Centre to provide their feedback on a proposed concept plan for an accessible spray pad, seating area and play space at the North West Leisure Centre.
Applications for the 2015 City of Regina Henry Baker Scholarship Program are available.