After attending a successful Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association convention in Saskatoon, Mayor Michael Fougere will be attending the Federation of Canadian Municipalities' Big City Mayors Caucus meeting on Thursday, February 5.
The City of Regina’s Real Estate Branch invites submissions for the lease of farmland, that includes the portion of the NE/NW ¼ Sec 4-18-19-W2M and portions of Sec 9-18-19-W2M, totalling approximately 622 acres. In addition, portions of the NE/NW ¼ Sec 5-18-19-W2M and Sec 8-18-19-W2M, totalling approximately 747 acres.
Building permits for 2015 are off to a strong start with the City of Regina issuing permits valued at more than $31 million in January.
The first phase of the Regina Revitalization Initiative, new Mosaic Stadium, continues to be on schedule. Construction is approximately 22 per cent complete.
On Thursday, January 29, crews will repair a fire hydrant at the corner of Dewdney Avenue and Pasqua Street.
Starting at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, January 28, repair work will take place at two separate locations.
Beginning Wednesday, January 28, Broadway Avenue from Atkinson Street to Broder Street will be closed for underground utility work by a private contractor.
On Monday, January 26 media and Regina residents are invited to join City Council and the family of Jon Ryan for a special flag raising.
Investigators have determined that the fire at 3015 Parliament Avenue was caused by careless cooking.
The public is invited to an Open House to review and comment on the proposed Skywood Concept Plan.
Regina Transit launched a new trip planning tool through Google Maps transit for customer use.
Regina Transit is the first municipal transit system in Saskatchewan to have heated bus shelters.
Residents have until January 31 to treecycle their natural Christmas tree at one of four depots.
The upgrade at the plant will increase the City of Regina’s wastewater treatment capacity and modernize the facility through improvements to the plant to respond to increasing population and economic growth demands.
The City of Regina’s Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrade was recently named one of the top five projects in the nation by Water Canada.