The 2016 Summer Leisure Guide will be delivered to Regina households starting next week! Regina residents can look to the Leisure Guide for information on hundreds of leisure programs and activities offered throughout the city between June and August 2016.
As the weather continues to warm and we experience drier than normal conditions, Regina Fire & Protective Services urges you to be vigilant and respectful when using backyard fire pits and barbecues.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, April 27 as crews will be doing underground utility work on Victoria Avenue between MacKay Street and McAra Street. Victoria Avenue westbound traffic will be restricted to one lane for three days depending on weather or any other unforeseen circumstances.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting Wednesday, April 27 for two days as crews pave bridge approaches on Eastgate Drive. Prince of Wales Drive is the alternate route for business and residential access in the area while the work is underway.
Drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be at work depending on weather or other unforeseen circumstances at the following locations:
City Manager Chris Holden is making changes at the City of Regina.
Four out of five City-owned golf courses will soon be open for the 2016 season. On Monday, April 25 the Lakeview Golf Course will open, weather permitting.
Residents will soon see sweeping equipment in the neighbourhoods as City crews start 2016 subdivision sweep on Monday, April 25.
For the start of the 2016 mosquito season, the City’s Pest Control Group is expecting mosquito numbers to start lower than normal due to the low spring melt. The City also warns that this can change rapidly with spring and summer storms.
Drivers should consider alternate routes beginning Monday, April 25 as crews will be repaving Winnipeg Street between Broadway Avenue and 19th Avenue.
Drivers should consider alternate routes during weekend construction on the SGI building this spring.
The Council of the City of Regina intends to pass a bylaw to designate Somerset Block as Municipal Heritage Property.
The Council of the City of Regina intends to pass a bylaw to designate Weston Bakery Building as Municipal Heritage Property.
The Council of the City of Regina intends to pass a bylaw to designate Old Number One Fire Hall as Municipal Heritage Property.
The Council of the City of Regina intends to pass a bylaw to designate Frontenac Apartments as Municipal Heritage Property.