Construction of the third sewage force main has required closing the pathway and pedestrian bridge in A.E. Wilson Park. This closure will be in place until Wednesday, July 26 depending on weather or unforeseen circumstances.
The amendments will permit the development of a specialty Medical Clinic in the existing building on the property
The purpose of the proposed closure is to close and sell a portion of the lane to increase the width of the property at 2524 Garnet Street. The portion of lane proposed to be closed is not currently used by the travelling public or service providers and will not impact traffic flow or circulation in the immediate area.
The reason for the amendments is the Zoning Bylaw requires periodic updates and clarifications to ensure it remains an effective tool to regulate development within the City of Regina.
Starting at 7 a.m. on Thursday, July 13, drivers should consider alternate routes as Lorne Street will be closed between 13th Avenue and 14th Avenue to allow repair work at 2153 Lorne Street.
We’re getting ready for a different type of guest in Regina and we want you to help us welcome them. Almost 300,000 ladybugs will be arriving in our city as part of our environmentally friendly pest control program. We’ll be releasing some in Victoria Park on Thursday, July 13, so come join us and learn about ladybugs. Kids are welcome and they can help us release the insects.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Sunday, July 9 as contractors will be working on an underground pipe on Pinkie Road between Dewdney Avenue and Sherwood Drive.
Starting Monday, July 10 crews will begin upgrading traffic signals, replacing sidewalks, curbs and gutters on Pasqua Street between 4th Avenue and 3rd Avenue. Upon completion of that stretch, work will move along 4th Avenue between Pasqua Street and Queen Street.
The free Rider Transit service begins tomorrow at 5:45 p.m. ahead of the Saskatchewan Roughrider home game vs. Hamilton at Mosaic Stadium.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Friday, July 7 as crews will be repairing a water leak on McCarthy Boulevard between Eden Avenue and 1st Avenue North.
The City of Regina has contracted Insituform Technologies Ltd. to complete sewer relining work in our community. See attached map of affected areas. The work started on June 30 and estimated completion date is the end of December 2017.
Building permits issued for June show growth in single family, multi-attached residential, and apartment units, with the total number of permits for new residential dwellings at 114 compared to 78 for the same month last year. The total value of building permits issued since January 2017 is $304.5 million.
We’re offering adults a chance to ride Regina Transit this summer in a promotion that lets them buy a regular monthly pass they can use for a longer period of time. It’s great for our current customers, and it’s a great opportunity for people who may be thinking of taking Transit.
Regina has its first case of Dutch elm disease reported for 2017, which the City confirmed today. The diseased tree is located on Wells Street in the 200 block. We are removing the city-owned tree today to prevent the spread of Dutch elm disease in Regina.
Starting at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, July 5, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will repair a water leak on Elphinstone Street between Dewdney Avenue and 8th Avenue.