The City of Regina is putting in a detention pond at Queen Street Park by Ethel Milleken School to prevent future storm drainage issues.
Restriction Winnipeg Street and 9th Avenue North
To ensure the city’s population is distributed evenly amongst each of Regina’s 10 city wards during municipal elections, the Municipal Wards Commission has developed a proposal to update the current ward boundaries.
A contractor will begin doing underground utility work at 100 McDonald Street on June 6 at 6 p.m. until June 8 at 5 p.m.
On June 4, Elphinstone Street between Dewdney Avenue and Saskatchewan Drive will reopen.
May 2014 building permits were issued for projects valued at $38.9 million, bringing the year-to-date total to $223.6 million.
The City of Regina’s Planning Department is currently reviewing an application for a new neighbourhood, “Westerra,” located on a 198 hectare tract of land on the City’s west side.
The City of Regina Transit Department is implementing recommendations from the Downtown Transportation Study related to Transit.
Starting June 2, City crews will be repairing streets in the Douglas Park area.
The City of Regina has maintained its AA+ credit rating according to the latest report from Standard & Poor’s.
Greener Regina reminder - Leaf and yard waste depots open two more Saturdays
Today the City of Regina announced that EPCOR Saskatchewan Water Partners has been chosen as the preferred proponent to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the City’s new Sewage Treatment Plant.
Regina Fire & Protective Services, in partnership with Albert Library and four North Central community schools, celebrates a decade of the Community Stories Program.
Mayor Michael Fougere officially launched 2014 Crime Prevention Week in Regina, which runs May 25-31. Regina Crime Prevention Week is an annual event aimed at increasing awareness on how to prevent crime while encouraging citizens to help make Regina communities safer. A number of free community events are planned by partner organizations during the week.
Crime Prevention Week, occurring in Regina May 25-31, is an annual event aimed at increasing awareness on how to prevent crime, while encouraging citizens to help make Regina neighbourhoods safer.