With the holiday season upon us, the City is offering alternatives for residents to reduce their environmental impact and keep the holidays green.
This afternoon Mayor Michael Fougere received a model of the MV Ultra Regina vessel from Canpotex Limited.
On Friday, December 19, most City of Regina outdoor ice rinks will open and remain open until approximately February 20, 2015, depending on the weather.
On January 1, 2015 Transit and Paratransit fares will change as Regina Transit implements the fare structure approved by City Council.
The City of Regina’s Fire & Protective Services Department wishes everyone a happy fire-safe season. Residents are encouraged to use these tips to keep the holidays merry:
A joint proposal to address the challenges of the Civic Employees’ Pension Plan has been submitted to the Superintendent of Pensions.
Starting Saturday, December 13, City crews will be repairing a water main break on Dewdney Avenue at Pasqua Street. The work is expected to last two days.
Cathy Lauritsen Memorial Off-Leash Dog Park - Closed for Maintenance
Starting Wednesday, December 10, City crews will be repairing a water main break on the 2000 block of Elphinstone Street.
Starting Tuesday, December 9, City crews will be repairing a water service break at 1120 Albert Street.
The November Building Permit report released on December 3, 2014 contained an error. Construction on the new stadium ($6 million) was incorrectly identified as alterations on Casino Regina. This error does not impact the value of the permits for November.
Regina Transit and SGI are partnering to offer free transit and paratransit services for residents on New Year’s Eve with the 27th annual Ding in the New Year. The free bus service will run from 7 p.m. on December 31 to 2:15 a.m. on January 1.
Fire investigators have determined that the Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC) fire on December 24, 2013 was a result of a ruptured bypass line.
Regina continues to see an increased level of investment into existing properties this year. The value of all building projects tops $578.6 million for the first eleven months of 2014, with strong increases in residential, industrial and government alterations.
Mayor Michael Fougere and City Council invite residents to the annual “Light the Lights” event at City Hall on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 from 6 to 8 p.m.