Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, March 30 as crews will be upgrading the water system on Woodhams Drive between Prince of Wales Drive and Renfrew Crescent.
With spring upon us, the City of Regina has started to clean up litter. Various types of litter, both big and small, have accumulated in many areas of the city, such as ditches, parks, boulevards, playground, fields and back alleys.
The City of Regina begins the 2017 spring street sweeping program on Sunday, April 2. Like spring cleaning your house after a long winter, clearing away the winter salt, sand and debris is better for the road surface. When you move your vehicle so our crews can sweep, you are helping to preserve our streets and roads.
Expressing concern about unexpected funding cuts and downloading costs from the provincial government, City Council has directed City Administration to reopen the 2017 budget.
The City of Regina Municipal Heritage awards were presented to recipients of community heritage conservation projects at tonight’s City Council meeting.
Regina City Council has scheduled an emergency discussion tonight on the impacts to the municipality of last week’s Provincial Budget.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting Sunday, March 26 for up to five days as crews will be upgrading the water system on Dewdney Avenue between Robinson Street and Garnet Street.
Regina’s Mayor is pleased to see the province’s revenue sharing formula remains intact, but Michael Fougere notes there is uncertainty around other changes and downloading measures in the provincial budget that may significantly impact the city.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, March 22 as crews will be repairing a water leak on Grant Road from the west leg of Shannon Road to Wesley Road.
Construction work at the downtown Cornwall Centre on Sunday, March 26 will have an impact on motorists, pedestrians and transit users.
Starting April 2, the City of Regina Landfill will be open on Sundays as it switches to its spring and summer hours schedule.
The City of Regina is currently reviewing a Discretionary Use Application for a proposed Daycare Centre at 74 Duncan Crescent in Dieppe Place subdivision. The applicant proposes to repurpose the existing two-storey building for a Daycare Centre with a floor area of 412 square metres in size for up to 90 children, which is subject to discretionary use approval.
At 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21, the City’s Snow Storage Site at Fleet Street and McDonald Street will close for the season as we anticipate deteriorating conditions.
New developments in northeast Regina have resulted in increased traffic volumes on Prince of Wales Drive. To accommodate the increased traffic and future growth, the City will be extending the twinning of Prince of Wales Drive from Eastgate Drive to Dewdney Avenue. The public is invited to a come-and-go session to learn more about this project.
Traffic Advisory – Roads Closed at the following locations: McMurchy Avenue ¬– McInnis Crescent to Argyle Street 12th Avenue – Quebec Street to Winnipeg Street Hillsdale Street – Uhrich Avenue to Munroe Place