Drivers will want to consider alternate routes starting Thursday, August 18 the City will be completing some work on the sidewalks along 9th Avenue between McTavish Street and Elphinstone Street and McTavish Street between Dewdney Avenue and 9th Avenue. This work will be completed in three phases.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, August 17 as crews will be doing upgrades to the water system on 2nd Avenue North between Broad Street and Hamilton Street.
Construction is happening at the following locations: Whelan Drive - Maple Ridge Drive to Arnason Street 10th Avenue - Angus Street to Albert Street Winnipeg Street and 14th Avenue intersection
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Friday, August 12 as crews will be replacing the sidewalk and patching gutters on 11th Avenue.
EPCOR and the City of Regina are continuing efforts to eliminate the odour currently coming from a lagoon at the Wastewater Treatment Plant by applying a chemical treatment and using mechanical mixers to stir the residuals. This work is planned for Tuesday, August 9. The actions may cause further odour for a short period of time, however we expect it will improve the overall situation over the next week and in the longer term.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Monday, August 8 as crews will be doing maintenance work on Saskatchewan Drive eastbound off Broad Street.
The City of Regina and the Arcola East Community Association (AECA) invite you to the grand opening of the Sandra Schmirler Play Space. The project was made possible through various AECA fundraising activities and several private donations.
The City is excited to announce that work is beginning on the new pathway at Realtors Park.
Starting Friday, August 5 at 4 p.m., drivers in the downtown should consider alternate routes around the SGI building while it is getting a new roof.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, August 4 as crews will be repairing a water leak on Whelan Drive between Maple Ridge Drive and Devonshire Drive.
The City issued residential building permits valued at $164 million in the first seven months of the year – up 44.8 per cent compared to $113 million this time last year.
The City of Regina and EPCOR, the builder and operator of the new wastewater treatment plant, apologize for the re-occurrence of the odours from the plant in northwest Regina.
Regina residents can once again take advantage of hundreds of fun, interesting programs and activities across the city. The 2016 Fall Leisure Guide will be delivered to local households starting today.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, August 3 as crane work at 2625 Victoria Avenue will close the sidewalk and the eastbound driving lanes on Victoria Avenue between Angus Street and Albert Street. The work is expected to take two days.(Please note this work has been postponed and will be rescheduled)
Starting August 3, crews will be doing crack sealing on the Ring Road between Pasqua Street and Wascana Parkway including ramps.