It’s time to spring into action to protect your trees from cankerworms, and we especially need your help this year. Based on forecasts, we are expecting more cankerworms in 2017. We all have a part to play to keep them under control. The strategy is tree banding.
Regina City Council will consider the recommendations of City Administration regarding the 2017 amended budget at a special council meeting on Monday, April 10 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will take place in Henry Baker Hall.
The amendment will allow for a Medical/Dental Laboratory to be permitted in the MS–Mainstreet Zone under 500 square metres and Discretionary over 500 square metres.
The purpose and effect of the proposed amendment is to amend Part B of the Official Community Plan by adopting a new Secondary Plan (“Coopertown Neighbourhood Plan”) as Part B.17. The Secondary Plan will provide direction for subsequent concept plan preparation, rezoning, subdivision and development.
The first non-sporting event in new Mosaic Stadium will be a music concert headlined by Canadian artist Bryan Adams on Saturday, May 27, 2017.
City crews remain on scene at an oil spill that occurred on Sunday in the north area of the city.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Sunday, April 2 as crews work to update the water system on Dewdney Avenue from Albert Street to Angus Street.
As the weather continues to warm, Regina Fire & Protective Services urges you to be vigilant and respectful when using backyard fire pits and barbecues.
Drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews replace water connections on Dewdney Avenue between Albert Street and Elphinstone Street. Work will typically start at 8 a.m. and be finished by 5 p.m. depending on weather or unforeseen circumstances.
From March 30 to April 30, the City of Regina is encouraging residents to join Utility eBill and go paperless for a chance to win a $500 credit on their utility bill.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, March 30 as crews will be upgrading the water system on Woodhams Drive between Prince of Wales Drive and Renfrew Crescent.
With spring upon us, the City of Regina has started to clean up litter. Various types of litter, both big and small, have accumulated in many areas of the city, such as ditches, parks, boulevards, playground, fields and back alleys.
The City of Regina begins the 2017 spring street sweeping program on Sunday, April 2. Like spring cleaning your house after a long winter, clearing away the winter salt, sand and debris is better for the road surface. When you move your vehicle so our crews can sweep, you are helping to preserve our streets and roads.
Expressing concern about unexpected funding cuts and downloading costs from the provincial government, City Council has directed City Administration to reopen the 2017 budget.
The City of Regina Municipal Heritage awards were presented to recipients of community heritage conservation projects at tonight’s City Council meeting.