The public is invited to attend an open house to review and comment on the proposed zoning bylaw amendment.
Starting Wednesday, August 19, SaskPower will be doing work on 13th Avenue between Halifax Street and Broad Street. The work is expected to last about two weeks.
On Saturday, August 15, at 7 a.m., 1st Avenue North between Albert Street and McIntyre Street will be closed for emergency hydrant repairs. Work is expected to take one day to complete.
Starting today, construction will be expanded along Regina Avenue from Pasqua Street to the bridge (west of Lewvan Drive). Construction is expected to be completed in two to three weeks, depending on weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
Starting the week of August 16, pavement rehabilitation will begin on McIntosh Street North.
The City of Regina is pleased to announce that the next stage of the approved land development strategy for the Regina Revitalization Initiative Railyard Renewal Project will be progressing with the award of the urban planning and design, and engineering consulting services contracts.
The proposed rezoning would allow for the first phase of development within the Westerra Concept Plan. The proposed development includes a range land uses including commercial lands intended for district and local markets, single family, townhouse, and apartment type development. Since the Westerra concept plan is in proximity to the Regina International Airport, zoning controls are also recommended to ensure structures do not conflict with aircraft and that development consider aircraft noise in design.
Proposed Concept Plan for Westerra (Lands within Part of N1/2 Sec 21-17-20 W2M, or generally located directly west of the RCMP Depot) - Proposed changes are minor in nature, involving changes to the local street network and reconfiguration of parcels. A medium density site intended for a townhouse condominium would now be accessed from a public street and would be freehold lots.
To amend Part B of the Official Community Plan by appending a new Secondary Plan (“Tower Crossing Secondary Plan”) as Section B.15. The Secondary Plan provides a policy framework for guiding the growth, development and servicing of a proposed new commercial district and residential area on the east side of the city (north of Victoria Avenue and west of Tower Road).
Starting Friday, August 14, construction will be expanded along Regina Avenue from Pasqua Street to the bridge (west of Lewvan Drive). Construction is expected to be completed in two to three weeks, depending on weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
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.