Effective April 7, parking meter rates will increase to $2 per hour.
Starting April 7, traffic will be restricted on the Ross Avenue overpass over the Ring Road for rehabilitation work.
The public is invited to a come and go Open House to learn about and provide feedback on a proposed low-rise, multi-family apartment building located at 5525 Dewdney Avenue.
Today, Mayor Fougere recognized local volunteers for helping to clear snow from their neighbour’s pathways this winter.
The City’s snow storage site at Fleet Street and McDonald Street will close for the season March 26, 2014 at noon due to inactivity and deteriorating conditions.
Media are invited to the commencement ceremony for new firefighter recruits.
Regina’s Mayor Michael Fougere supports and welcomes the announcements and initiatives contained in the 2014 Provincial Budget announced today.
The public is invited to an Open House to learn about and provide feedback on a proposed mixed-use development at 2067 Retallack Street.
After a record-setting winter with more than twice as many water leaks as usual, the City is hard at work repairing the leaks and thawing frozen lines.
The City of Regina is preparing all City parking meters for the meter rate increase effective April 7.
The City of Regina hereby gives notice of its intention to consider amendments to The Regina Revitalization Initiative Debenture Bylaw, 2014.
The City of Regina announced that PCL Construction Management Inc. has been chosen as the Preferred Proponent by the Stadium Project RFP evaluation team. The City of Regina and PCL Construction Management Inc. now move to the next phase of the procurement process, which is contract execution and financial close.
City of Regina Clean Property Bylaw, No. 9881 and Traffic Bylaw, No. 9900
Pursuant to The Cities Act Section 101(2), the Council of the City of Regina hereby gives notice of intention to lease without a public offering, and at less than market value the property legally described as...
The City of Regina hereby gives notice of its intention to consider amendments to The Regina Administration Bylaw.