Starting Monday, July 11, the City of Regina will continue the Victoria Avenue paving project. Crews will be working from Coleman Crescent to Park Street. Work is expected to take four weeks to complete, depending on weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
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Residents can speak to the proposed Bylaws No. 2016-39, 2016-49, 2016-51, 2016-55 and 2016-56 at a public hearing during the City Council meeting on July 25, 2016.
The purpose of the proposed closure is to close and consolidate the legal laneway with adjacent lots as referenced on subdivision plan.
The proposed amendment to Design Regina: The Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 2013-48 – Part B.6 Cathedral Area Neighbourhood Plan, Section 6.0 (Exceptions) would allow City Council to approve a Zoning Bylaw Amendment to rezone the subject property on 2064 Elphinstone Street to accommodate the development of a mixed-use building.
Proposed Concept Plan Amendment for SomerSet involve phasing changes and land-use changes that are considered minor in nature.
Starting Friday, July 8 at 7 p.m., Victoria Avenue, under the Ring Road, will be closed for final removal of the overpass girders. Barring unforeseen circumstances, the work is anticipated to take the weekend to complete. Victoria Avenue is expected to be reopened before Monday, July 11 at 6 a.m.
In June 2016, building permits were issued for projects valued at $117.3 million, bringing the year-to-date total to $301.4 million. This represents a month-over-month increase of 308 per cent and year-over-year increase of 2.5 per cent.
Starting Wednesday, July 6, some bus stops will be closed for two days, weather dependent, due to roadway and concrete construction.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, July 6, as crews will be repairing the sewer system on Albert Street between 4th Avenue and 3rd Avenue.
On Tuesday, July 5, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be doing water system repairs at the following locations:
On Monday, July 4, Regina Fire & Protective Services (RFPS) responded to a commercial fire at 1311 Saskatchewan Drive. The 911 call was received by dispatch at 1:29 a.m. and crews were on-scene within six minutes.
Starting Tuesday, July 5 City crews will be doing bridge repairs on the Assiniboine Overpass. Ring Road northbound under Assiniboine Avenue will be restricted to one lane.
Starting Monday, July 4, crews will be repaving Dewdney Avenue. Dewdney Avenue will be closed in both directions, in phases, between Grosvenor Street and Fleet Street. Work is expected to take five days to complete.
As you celebrate Canada Day, Regina Fire & Protective Services wants you to be fire safe and keep in mind the following safety tips for using fireworks, enjoying your fire pit and cooking some great food on the barbeque.