Starting Monday, April 13, City crews will be replacing lead water lines on Dewdney Avenue between Connaught Street and Arthur Street. The work is expected to take three days to complete.
This bylaw would not change the regulations concerning front yard parking in residential areas but rather amend the wording in the Zoning Bylaw to ensure that the regulations are enforceable. The intent of the regulations is to make it clear where vehicles can not park within a front yard envelope.
Starting Friday, April 10, Hamilton Street between 11th Avenue and 12th Avenue will be closed to allow utility work by a private contractor. The work is expected to take three days.
MAC zoning contains a range of uses that will provide the property owner with more flexibility in considering future development plans for the site. The property is located within an area of the City that has property currently zoned MAC and has good visibility from Victoria Avenue and direct access from Eastgate Drive.
On Wednesday, April 8, City crews will be replacing a hydrant on the east side of McIntosh Street North between Bannister Avenue and Litzenberger Crescent. Two-way traffic will be maintained in the southbound lane. Work is expected to be completed in one day. Also beginning on Wednesday, April 8, connections will be replaced on the north side of the 4500 block of Dewdney Avenue. Two-way traffic will be maintained in the eastbound lane. Work is expected to take approximately three days.
Starting April 3, City crews will be replacing a water line on the 2000 block of Albert Street. The work is expected to take one day.
City crews will start the 2015 spring street sweep on April 5. Crews will sweep the boulevards first and then begin on main streets and downtown streets.
Permits for commercial, industrial, institutional and industrial construction are off to a strong start this year with $106.9 million compared to $69.2 million for the same 3-month period last year.
Easter Holiday Schedule - Friday, April 3 to Monday, April 6
Thursday, April 2 at 3 p.m., City Square Plaza will be closed to vehicle traffic to accommodate filming for a commercial
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Today, Mayor Michael Fougere recognized local caring volunteers for helping to clear snow from their neighbour’s pathways this winter.
Starting March 31, City crews will be replacing lead water lines on Dewdney Avenue between Forget Street and McIntosh Street. The work is expected to take two days to complete.
Earlier today, City crews removed the stop logs in the weir at the Albert Memorial Bridge to help get water and ice moving quickly through Regina. The creek is experiencing a surge of water at this time but is not expected to go much higher and should start to subside quickly.
Starting Sunday, March 29 City crews will remove trees along Gordon Road between Pasqua Street and Lewvan Drive.