Mayor Michael Fougere today announced the nominees for the 2014 Mayor's Arts and Business Awards at the Artful Dodger.
Starting September 23, City crews will begin spraying Dursban™ Insecticide to control elm bark beetles and the spread of Dutch elm disease. The program is expected to be completed by middle of October depending on the weather.
On Sunday, September 21, City crews will begin pavement rehabilitation on Broad Street between 15th Avenue and Victoria Avenue.
Since the new Mosaic Stadium official ground breaking in June significant activity at the construction site has taken place, including the recent addition of two tower cranes in the NE and SE areas of the site. The cranes are 215 feet and 200 feet high respectively. Two additional cranes are scheduled for arrival next month and will be used on the construction site until October 2015.
Starting Monday, September 15, a new lift station will be constructed at the corner of Walker Street and Dewdney Avenue.
City crews started work today on the east side of McIntyre Street between 12th Avenue and Victoria Avenue to improve the sidewalk.
A recent news story reported that intact non-refundable glass containers have been going to the landfill. This is not correct. Intact glass containers have been and continue to be recycled.
The Regina region’s strong economic growth and the unique opportunities of planning for growth will once again be at the forefront at the 2014 Regional Planning for Growth Summit in Regina November 17 & 18.
The City of Regina will host information sessions about the proposed changes to the Regina Civic Employees’ Pension Plan. The proposed changes are intended to protect the pensions of past, current, and future employees as well as taxpayers.
Starting Tuesday, September 9, Rink Avenue between Church Drive and Markwell Drive will be closed for railway crossing repairs.
On Monday, September 8, crews will begin repairs on the Wascana Parkway overpass at the Ring Road.
In August 2014, building permits were issued for projects valued at $78.3 million, bringing the year-to-date total to $410.7 million.
Asphalt rehabilitation of the Ring Road entrance loop for southbound traffic at Albert Street North
Mayor Michael Fougere’s Housing Summit scheduled in Regina on October 21, 2014. Registration is now open to all interested in participating.
Regina Transit is improving Route #18 Harbour Landing – University