The upgrade at the plant will increase the City of Regina’s wastewater treatment capacity and modernize the facility through improvements to the plant to respond to increasing population and economic growth demands.
The City of Regina’s Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrade was recently named one of the top five projects in the nation by Water Canada.
The subject property will be sold on an "as is" basis. There shall be no public viewing, and no warranties offered or implied on the condition of this property.
The Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant was shutdown at 8 a.m. Monday morning until approximately 3 p.m. due to power failure. Operations are now returning to normal.
On Sunday, January 18, crews will replace a hydrant at Albert Street and 8th Avenue North.
The purpose of the proposed closure is to create and formalize a utility parcel from a registered lane that was never used as a right of way.
Mayor Michael Fougere has officially kicked off this year’s Snowbuster program, Regina’s annual snow shovelling volunteer recognition program.
Notice of intention is hereby given by the City of Regina, pursuant to section 207 of The Planning and Development Act, 2007, for City Council's consideration of a bylaw(s) to amend Regina Zoning Bylaw No. 9250.
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Residents are reminded that Treecycle bins are available until January 31 at Superstore East (2055 Prince of Wales Drive), Joanne Goulet Golf Course (8045 Kestral Drive), Kinsmen Park South, (3310 Lakeview Avenue) and at the Landfill.
On Monday, January 5, work will begin to replace the Walker pedestrian bridge north of Dewdney Avenue at Wascana Creek.
During the week of January 5, contractor crews will begin investigating and repairing a water main break on the northwest corner of Pasqua Street and Pasqua Gate.
The purpose of the proposed closure is to subdivide the lane that has never been developed and to create a new parcel for sale.
Residents are reminded to stay off the ice, including Wascana Lake and Creek, storm channels, retention ponds and recreational lakes in residential areas.
Notice of intention is hereby given by the City of Regina, pursuant to section 44 of The Planning and Development Act, 2007, for City Council's consideration of, and by resolution, to adopt or amend the following concept plans as described below. Concept plans provide a framework for future development and land-use distribution within their respective areas.