Low oxygen levels caused by low water levels resulted in the death of a large number of fish at the Albert Street Memorial Bridge, Monday, June 22. The Water Security Agency successfully rescued an estimated 600-800 fish last night from that location and placed them into Wascana Lake where oxygen levels are higher.
On June 24, Broad Street from Quinn Drive to Wascana Drive will be restricted for one day while City crews make upgrades to the drainage system.
At the June 22 City Council meeting, the 2014 Annual Report was approved. This approval closes the 2014 fiscal year.
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The City of Regina honours the memory of all fathers on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21 with complimentary carnations.
The public is invited to participate in the next public engagement session to learn about and provide feedback on laneway and garden suites.
Roughrider football fans can travel to and from each home game using Regina Transit’s Football Express. It’s quick, convenient and you don’t have to worry about parking.
Wascana Pool and Massey Pool will both open June 18, 2015 at noon.
The City of Regina is advising residents to stay out of the water and away from the algae at Lakewood’s retention pond due to the presence of blue-green algae.
The City of Regina and Albert Park Community Association invite you to kick off summer with Welcome Night at the South Leisure Neighbourhood Centre.
Starting Thursday, June 18, City crews will be doing upgrades to the sewer system. The work is expected to take one day to complete.
On Monday, June 22, the City of Regina will begin widening Victoria Avenue between Coleman Crescent and Prince of Wales Drive and replacing the bridges over Pilot Butte Creek just east of Coleman Crescent.
On Wednesday, June 17, City crews will resume street sweeping to finish the spring sweep activities delayed by recent water restrictions.
Residents and businesses in Regina are responding to last week’s request for a staged, gradual return to normal water usage over a two-week time period. Water is essential so the City thanks residents and businesses for their actions, and appreciates everyone’s continued support.
Starting Wednesday, June 17, at 7 a.m., City Square Plaza will be closed to vehicle traffic to accommodate a number of special events. The Plaza will re-open to vehicle traffic on Monday, June 22, at 7 a.m. but will be restricted to the west side only.