Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, March 22, as crews will be doing underground utility work on 13th Avenue between McTavish Street and Elphinstone Street. 13th Avenue eastbound will be closed for four days and Argyle Street between 13th Avenue and 14th Avenue will be closed in both directions.
Cankerworm banding is an inexpensive, environmentally friendly and effective way to help stop cankerworm invasions. Band your elm, Manitoba maple and fruit trees now. Cankerworm bands should be kept in place until the end of May.
Regina Fire & Protective Services (RF&PS) Investigators have completed an investigation into the fatal house fire that claimed the life of a sole occupant.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Monday, March 21, as crews will be doing upgrades to the water system on 25th Avenue between Garnet Street and Millar Crescent. 25th Avenue westbound will be closed for one day with one lane open eastbound.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, March 22, as crews will be lifting the new pedestrian bridge over Wascana Creek into place. 17th Avenue will be closed for one day from Wascana Street to Coronation Street and traffic will be detoured to Qu’Appelle Drive during the closure.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, March 19, as crews will be repairing a water leak on Grant Road between Marsh Crescent and Gordon Road. Grant Road northbound will be closed, with one lane open for southbound traffic. Durham Drive between Grant Road and Dogwood Place will be closed in both directions for one day.
Holiday Schedule Friday, March 25 to Monday, March 28
This morning, the City of Regina and PCL Construction provided an update on the progress of the Regina Revitalization Initiative (RRI) Stadium Project.
On Wednesday, March 16, starting at 10 a.m. drivers should consider alternate routes as an over-sized load moves through Regina as follows:
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Sunday, March 13, as crews will be installing a hydrant on the northeast corner of the intersection of McCarthy Boulevard and Dewdney Avenue. The northbound lanes of McCarthy Boulevard will be closed. Motorists should follow the detour.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Friday, March 11, as crews will be doing repairs to the sewer system on 4th Avenue from Albert Street to one block east. 4th Avenue will be closed eastbound for one day with two-way traffic maintained in the westbound lanes.
The applicant proposes to develop two mixed–use buildings. Building A is proposed to contain retail and a clinic on the main floor, long-term care programming support on the third floor and residential units above. Building B is proposed to contain retail and a daycare on the main floor, long-term care programming support on the second floor and residential units above.
The is a text amendment to the zoning bylaw with the purpose of introducing regulations for Live/Work Units as a new land use classification in residential zones.
City Manager Chris Holden announced today that Chief Financial Officer Ed Archer has resigned his position to take on a new opportunity as City Administrative Officer in the City of Greater Sudbury.
It looks like spring is arriving early in 2016. City of Regina crews are busy getting ready. Here is what we are doing and what you can do to help: