The City of Regina will begin decommissioning approximately 40 black decorative poles located in the downtown core starting this fall and continuing into 2017.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting Tuesday, September 6, as crews will begin installing storm sewer infrastructure on McDonald Street and 12th Avenue. McDonald Street will be closed between 11th Avenue and 12th Avenue. 12th Avenue will also be closed from McDonald Street to McAra Street.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Monday, September 5 as crews will be milling and paving the Albert Street intersection between 9th Avenue North and the Ring Road overpass bridge. The milling and paving will also include 9th Avenue North from Albert Street to Lorne Street.
Non-residential construction made a jump in August with $19.5 million in building permits issued compared to $9.6 million in August 2015, with housing permits also rising.
A second Stadium Project ‘Sneak Peek’ opportunity at new Mosaic Stadium will take place tomorrow Saturday, September 3 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
With a month remaining before the first test of new Mosaic Stadium, the City of Regina and University of Regina Rams are pleased to announce that individual tickets to the October 1 game between the Rams and University of Saskatchewan Huskies have been sold out.
As the city of Regina grows, so does Regina Transit. The City encourages residents to continue using transit as a safe, affordable and accessible way of getting around.
Elections Regina is now calling for nominations for the 2016 Municipal/School Board elections.
Just in time for the long weekend, the North West Leisure Centre spray pad will open tomorrow, September 2 at 9 a.m.
Schedule of City services on Labour Day - Monday, September 5.
At a joint news conference, Mayor Michael Fougere praised PCL Construction for having reached the project milestone – the first phase of the Regina Revitalization Initiative.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, September 1 as the City of Regina in conjunction with the scheduled Canadian National Railway (CN) crossing rehabilitation, will begin pavement rehabilitation on Sioux Street from Ross Avenue to Henderson Drive.
Property reassessments are required by provincial legislation to take place every four years. This means in 2017, all properties in the province will have the assessment values updated.
Residents in the Froom Crescent area will experience very low water pressure on Sunday, August 28 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Crews are doing water system repairs in multiple locations.
The City of Regina has received a Contract Zone Application to revise an existing contract to add a Humanitarian Service Facility at 1610 Angus Street. The public is invited to attend an open house to review and comment on the proposed development.