Regina’s commercial construction activity remains strong for the first six months of 2015. The June figures bring the year-to-date total to $294 million, up by nearly $30 million from this time last year.
On Friday, July 10, a traveling museum exhibit dedicated to educating people about the September 11, 2001 terror attacks will be stopping at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Regina.
The rezoning of 1431 15th Avenue will enable the development of an 18 unit low-rise apartment building proposed for condominium ownership on the parcel of land that is currently vacant.
Starting Tuesday, July 7, Hamilton Street from 11th Avenue to 12th Avenue will be closed for six days for crane work.
Starting next week, construction will begin on Ross Avenue along the median. Construction is expected to be completed in two to three weeks, depending on weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
Starting Monday, July 6, crews will be making repairs to the Albert Street North Bridge over the Ring Road. This work is anticipated to take eight weeks to complete, depending on weather and unforeseen circumstances.
Regina’s newest spray pad located at the Sandra Schmirler Outdoor Play Space, opens for the season on Saturday, July 4. Spray Pad hours are: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Starting Thursday, July 2, City crews will be doing repairs to the drainage system. The work is expected to take one day to complete.
Holiday Schedule - Canada Day – Wednesday, July 1
On Saturday, June 27, Broad Street between 12th Avenue & Victoria Avenue will be restricted for crane work for one day. Two-way traffic will be maintained in the northbound lanes. If the weather conditions are not favourable on Saturday, the work will be delayed to Sunday, June 28.
Starting the week of June 29, 2015 sidewalk, curb and gutter replacement will begin on Broad Street from Quinn Drive to Broadway Avenue. This phase of the construction is expected to take six weeks to complete, pending weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
On Friday, June 26, Broad Street from Molloy Road to Fairview Road will be closed while crews repair a water leak. Motorists should follow detour signs.
Beginning June 26, the City of Regina is pleased to offer residents the option to pay their property taxes using the drive-through kiosk, located beside City Hall on Smith Street. Property taxes are due by Tuesday, June 30.
On Thursday, June 25, Elphinstone Street from Dewdney Avenue to 9th Avenue will be closed while City crews make emergency repairs to the sewer system. Motorists should follow the detour signs. This work is expected to take one day to complete.
Low oxygen levels caused by low water levels resulted in the death of a large number of fish at the Albert Street Memorial Bridge, Monday, June 22. The Water Security Agency successfully rescued an estimated 600-800 fish last night from that location and placed them into Wascana Lake where oxygen levels are higher.