The City of Regina is selling Healthy Halloween Passes for a free facility admission, public skate or leisure swim. The passes are now available at the Sportplex, North West Leisure Centre, and Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre. Healthy Halloween Passes can be purchased in packages of 10 for $10.
The City of Regina was awarded the first ever Excellence in Planning Award from the Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute (SPPI), an affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners. The City received the award for its “Design Regina, Regina’s Official Community Plan.”
Her Honour the Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan presented seventeen members of Regina Fire & Protective Services with the Fire Services Exemplary medal.
Starting Tuesday, October 14, the City will begin landscape work on properties located on College Avenue from Broad Street to Elliot Street.
Holiday Schedule for Thanksgiving Day - Monday, October 13
Notice is hereby given under The Tax Enforcement Act that unless the arrears and costs appearing opposite the land described in the following list are fully paid before the 5th day of December 2014, a tax lien will be registered against the land.
Regina Mayor Michael Fougere has released the agenda and speaker list for the 2014 Mayor’s Housing Summit, being held in Regina on October 21.
Fire Prevention Week October 5-11
Projects overall top $458 million this year
Jason Carlston, Executive Director of the City Planning and Development Division, has notified the City that he is resigning his position to accept the position of Vice President, Land Development with Dream Developments. As a result of this transition, his responsibilities with the City have been assumed by Diana Hawryluk on an interim basis.
Mayor Michael Fougere is pleased to announce Wilf Perrault as the 2014 Mayor’s Arts & Business Awards Lifetime Achievement award winner.
Beginning Saturday, October 4, Dewdney Avenue between Albert Street and McIntyre Street will be closed for underground utility work by a private contractor. The work is expected to take two days to complete, weather permitting.
Regina City Manager Glen Davies announced today that he has invited the Employees’ Group to renew negotiations on the Civic Employees Pension Plan.
On Sunday, October 5, City crews will begin pavement rehabilitation on Dewdney Avenue between Courtney Street and McCarthy Boulevard.
On Saturday, October 4, northbound traffic on the Ring Road between Albert Street and Argyle Street will be restricted to one lane. On Sunday, October 5, southbound traffic on the Ring Road between Argyle Street and Dewdney Avenue will be restricted to one lane.