Beginning April 22 thru May 5 a transport company will be moving oversized module units through the community. These units will be used in apartment construction located at McEachern Drive and Narcisse Crescent.
Notice of Intention to Amend Regina Zoning Bylaw No. 9250
The purpose of the proposed closure is to subdivide the lane that has never been developed and consolidate each half with the adjacent parcels. .
On Tuesday, April 22, construction will begin on Truesdale Drive and Victoria Avenue East and will take approximately one week, depending on weather.
Regina’s new Transportation Master Plan is ready for review and we’re looking to get your feedback on the policies and networks that will guide how we get around the city over the next 25 years.
Easter Holiday Schedule - Friday, April 18 to Monday, April 21
Street sweeping has been postponed this week due to the weather. The sweep is expected to continue next week when the forecast calls for warmer temperatures.
Time to band your trees - demonstration is open to the media
Following an extensive search, Ed Archer has been selected as the City of Regina’s new Chief Financial Officer effective May 12, 2014.
Beginning Monday, April 14, a new water main will be installed on Elphinstone Street. Traffic will be closed on Elphinstone Street from Saskatchewan Drive to just south of Dewdney Avenue.
Site Preparation Continues
Track hoe being moved to Albert Memorial Bridge
Regina Revitalization Initiative Stadium Project - Site preparation update
As the snow melts, litter reveals itself around the city. We are on the job, cleaning up the litter that has accumulated over the winter months. We encourage everyone to assist in this effort by securing loads as they travel to the landfill and by using proper garbage receptacles. Together we can all help keep Regina beautiful!
Local poet selected to read at April 14 Council meeting.