Parking rules in every city are unique. Due to the large number of questions and concerns about parking enforcement raised by residents, particularly in the downtown area, the City of Regina is refocusing its parking enforcement strategy to put a larger emphasis on education. This will include a new parking ambassador program starting Tuesday, August 11.
Pat Wilson, Director of Water Works Services provided an update on the McCarthy Boulevard pumping station bypass which occurred during the major rain event on Monday, July 27, 2015.
The City of Regina, supported by funding from the Government of Canada, unveiled a commemorative garden and art mural in honour of the legendary baseball player Mary ‘Bonnie’ Baker.
Starting Saturday, August 8, crews will be repairing the sewer system on Dewdney Avenue between Winnipeg Street and Reynolds Street. A full street closure is required in order to complete the work. It is expected that the road will be reopened in the afternoon on Sunday, August 9.
The public is invited to the unveiling of a new commemorative garden and art mural dedicated to the legendary baseball player Mary ‘Bonnie’ Baker.
Starting Monday, August 10, paving will be begin on Albert Street from Dewdney Avenue to 7th Avenue. This work is expected to take one week to complete, depending on weather and any other unforeseen circumstances.
In support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s, Annual Paint Canada Pink Week we are pleased to advise that the flag will be raised from August 17 – 23 inclusive.
The monthly building permit values for July are up from 2014 with commercial construction leading development at over $117.3 million and residential development permits totalling over $30.8 million.
The 2015 Fall Leisure Guide will be delivered to Regina households beginning Tuesday, August 4.
Holiday Schedule - Saskatchewan Day
Starting the week of August 4, 2015, construction is scheduled to begin at the intersection of Ross Avenue and Sioux Street. Construction is expected to take six weeks to complete, depending on weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
Starting Tuesday, August 4, City crews will replace water connections and catch basins along Dewdney Avenue between Lewvan Drive and Elphinstone Street. This work is expected to take seven weeks to complete.
On Wednesday, July 22, the Canadian National (CN) Railway will be completing track repairs. McCarthy Boulevard will be closed between Mikkelson Drive and 1st Avenue North.
Today, City Manager Glen Davies announced his retirement from the City of Regina effective November 2, 2015.
Starting Monday, July 20, maintenance work will begin along the Riverside Dike between Elphinstone Street to the Albert Street Bridge.