Pursuant to The Cities Act, in subsection 101(2), the Council of the City of Regina hereby gives notice of intention to sell without a public offering the property civically known as 2301 – 11th Avenue
Starting Tuesday, December 2, City crews will be repairing an emergency water main break at Broad Street and 11th Avenue. The work is expected to take approximately two days.
Starting Tuesday, December 2, City crews will be repairing an emergency water main break at Broad Street and 11th Avenue
Residents and media are invited to attend the Tree of Memories ceremony at the Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, December 3.
City crews are out in force tackling the snow that started falling yesterday morning and continued throughout the night.
With the recent cold temperatures, ice is starting to form on all bodies of water in Regina. Residents are reminded to stay off the ice, including Wascana Lake and Creek, storm channels, detention ponds and recreational lakes in residential areas. Although it may look suitable, all ice surfaces in the city are unsafe.
Mayor Michael Fougere and City Council invite Regina residents to the annual “Light the Lights” event at City Hall on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Beginning Saturday, November 29, University Park Drive from Arcola Avenue to Truesdale Drive will be closed for underground utility work by a private contractor.
The City of Regina hereby gives notice, pursuant to section 275(3) of The Cities Act and The Public Notice Policy Bylaw, No. 2003-8 of its intention to implement the 2015 special tax for alley maintenance. A special tax is levied annually for the maintenance and reconstruction of alleys throughout the city.
The agenda for the Monday, November 24 meeting of City Council will be limited to the report regarding the Civic Pension Plan. An additional City Council meeting will be held on Thursday, November 27 to consider items moved from Monday’s meeting.
The City of Regina and the Pension & Benefits Committee are pleased to announce that a negotiated agreement has been reached on the sustainability of the Civic Pension Plan.
Now is the time of year to make sure your carbon monoxide detectors are installed and working properly. To date in 2014, Regina Fire & Protective Services has responded to 126 carbon monoxide (CO) calls.
Investigators have determined that the November 12 fire at 337 Royal Street was caused by an electrical cord that energized the block heater and vehicle interior warmer.
The City of Regina released the proposed 2015 Civic budgets today which invest in opportunities to strengthen our foundation and continue shaping the future of our community for the next 25 years.
Holiday Schedule Remembrance Day – Tuesday, November 11