This rezoning is proposed to develop Phase 2 which will accommodate multiple lots for various types of residential and commercial development within the approved concept plan of the Towns.
The proposed amendments to the Towns Concept Plan include replacement of high density residential blocks with low density; reconfiguration of a mixed-use node; adjustments to the design of two proposed new parks
Notice of intention to lease without a pubic offering the land on Lot 29, Plan 00RA12095 Ext 0
Notice of intention to lease without a public offering the property DO4561
Dewdney Avenue East – Bond Street to Rupert Street
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, March 8 as crews will be repairing a water leak on Dalgliesh Drive from Wells Street to Kyle Street.
Are you a local restaurant, bar, hotel, venue or event organizer in Regina? We want to hear your unique perspectives on outdoor smoking, including in commercially owned and operated spaces like patios, decks and eating places.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, March 7 as crews will be repairing the sewer system on McIntosh Street and the water system on Dewdney Avenue.
Regina has a new Acting Director of Fire and Protective Services – Layne Jackson.
Residential development was strong in February with $12.8 million in building permits issued. Total value of building permits so far in 2017 is $45.2 million.
Regina Fire & Protective Services (RFPS) responded to a house fire at 1729 Connaught Street on Saturday, February 25 that claimed the life of one person.
Residents are encouraged to join the thousands of people who have already had their say on smoking in Regina. Response during week one of our consultation on The Smoking Bylaw No. 19167 (smoking bylaw) has been very strong.
Regina Fire & Protective Services (RF&PS) responded to a fully involved house fire at 936 Argyle Street on Wednesday, March 1.
Through the Henry Baker Scholarship program, the City of Regina offers financial assistance to support students’ academic and career goals. Each scholarship is worth $2,000.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, March 1 as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations: