Regina Revitalization Initiative Stadium Project - Site preparation update
As the snow melts, litter reveals itself around the city. We are on the job, cleaning up the litter that has accumulated over the winter months. We encourage everyone to assist in this effort by securing loads as they travel to the landfill and by using proper garbage receptacles. Together we can all help keep Regina beautiful!
Local poet selected to read at April 14 Council meeting.
Traffic restricted on Ring Road under the Ross Avenue overpass.
City crews have started the 2014 spring cleaning. This week crews are sweeping the boulevards. Cleaning the main streets and downtown will begin mid-April.
As of April 8, there are 16 running water leaks throughout Regina. Crews have fixed over 266 leaks this year.
As of April 7, there are 21 running water leaks throughout Regina. The City plans to address six of these leaks today.
The City of Regina apologizes for the inconvenience associated with the delays on the Pasqua Street water service project.
The City of Regina is launching a public awareness campaign to help residents and visitors avoid getting parking tickets particularly in suburban areas.
The public is invited to a come and go Open House to learn about and provide feedback on a proposed townhouse development located at 1033 Edgar Street (former Haultain School site).
As of April 4, there are 25 running water leaks throughout Regina.
Nominations are now being accepted for the Mayor’s Arts & Business Awards 2014 (MABA), celebrating Regina artists, arts organizations and volunteers who contribute to the creative and cultural fabric of our city. (Nomination deadline is Monday, April 7, 2014)
Effective April 7, parking meter rates will increase to $2 per hour.
Starting April 7, traffic will be restricted on the Ross Avenue overpass over the Ring Road for rehabilitation work.
As of April 2, there are 33 running water leaks throughout Regina. Crews repaired 114 water leaks in March.