Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, October 13 as crews will be doing repairs to the water systems at the following locations:
The Regina Police Service’s (RPS) Board of Police Commissioners has announced its selection for the City’s new Police Chief.
On Thursday, October 13 City crews will begin the fall leaf pickup in the Crescents, Cathedral, Lakeview and General Hospital areas.
Her Honour the Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, presented members of Regina Fire & Protective Services with the Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal.
Starting today, the City of Regina is selling Healthy Halloween Passes for a free child facility admission, public skate or leisure swim.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting Saturday, October 8 as crews will start pavement renewal at the intersection of Pasqua Street and 9th Avenue North (Ring Road). Work is expected to take seven days to complete, weather dependent.
From October 9-15, Regina Fire & Protective Services (RFPS) will join fire services from across Canada and the United States to mark Fire Prevention Week. This year’s theme, “Don’t wait… Check the Date” encourages you to check and replace your smoke alarms.
Schedule of City of Regina services:
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Friday, October 7 as crews will be doing crane work for the SGI building.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, October 11 as crews will be connecting water and sewer to the Golden Mile Shopping Mall on Rae Street between 25th Avenue and Parliament Avenue. Work is expected to take six days, depending on weather or unforeseen circumstances.
Elections Regina will hold Advance Polls at five (5) locations across the city between Wednesday, October 19 and Saturday, October 22.
Voters are reminded that tomorrow is the deadline to apply for a Mobile Poll.
New residential construction topped building activity in September with $20.1 million in building permits issued, an increase of 56 per cent from this time last year.
Initial feedback from the community has been overwhelmingly positive after the first game at new Mosaic stadium on Saturday.
To accommodate concerns that Eastview Community Centre is prohibitively distant to voters in the west part of the polling area, Elections Regina will run a special charter bus to shuttle voters to that location on Election Day, October 26.