Starting Tuesday, September 22, crews will be doing upgrades to the water system on Dewdney Avenue between McTavish Street and Princess Street. The work is expected to take two days to complete.
As the weather forecast indicates a warm weekend is upon us, the City of Regina is pleased to keep most of the spray pads open to allow families a final weekend of fun.
The City of Regina has been approved for Provincial Disaster Assistance (PDAP) which will allow Regina residents who experienced damages due to the heavy rainfall of July 27/28, 2015 to apply for financial assistance for un-insurable losses.
Starting on Saturday, September 19, crews will begin traffic line marking of the Ring Road from Pasqua Street to Victoria Avenue. Shoulder grading of this section of roadway will also done during this time. The project is expected to take until the end of October, depending on weather and any other unforeseen circumstances.
Starting the week of September 21, asphalt rehabilitation work will begin on Broad Street from the Wascana Bridge to Broadway Avenue. This phase of the construction is expected to take one week to complete, depending on weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
Effective September 20, Regina Transit will have some schedule changes to their conventional transit routes.
Starting the week of September 21, Cornwall Street at 11th Avenue will be closed to allow roofing work by a private contractor. Local access for businesses and parkades will be from 12th Avenue.
Notice to close a public highway in the city of Regina is being given pursuant to The Cities Act and The Public Notice Policy Bylaw 2003-8. The proposed Bylaws No. 2015-56 and 2015-63 may be viewed at City Hall.
Starting Wednesday, September 16, crews will be repairing a water connection on 12th Avenue North between Rodenbush Drive and Alport Crescent The work is expected to take one day to complete.
Mayor Michael Fougere is reiterating City Council’s formal support of the provincial government’s Regina Bypass Project.
Fleet Street – 7th Avenue East to Hall Avenue
The City of Regina has received applications for a zoning bylaw amendment, discretionary use and Design Regina: The Official Community Plan amendment to accommodate the development of a mixed-use building at 2064 Elphinstone and 3504 13th Avenue.
The City of Regina has secured a replacement location for Pacer Park. The City-owned recreational area with 14 ball diamonds on the east side of Regina needed to be moved to accommodate the highway bypass project which was announced by the Province. The City has purchased land northeast of the existing Pacer Park location off Tower Road from Long Lake Investment Corporation (LLIC). LLIC was formed in 2012 by a group of Regina business leaders including Murad Al-Katib, Gaetan Bourassa, Kevin Stricker, Mark Kush and Kerry Heid.
Starting Monday, September 14, crews will work to replace the play structures at four City parks.
On Saturday, September 12, at 1:20 p.m., the public is invited to Queen Elizabeth II Court, City Hall to observe as military units seek to exercise their Freedom of the City.