New residential construction topped building activity in September with $20.1 million in building permits issued, an increase of 56 per cent from this time last year.
Initial feedback from the community has been overwhelmingly positive after the first game at new Mosaic stadium on Saturday.
To accommodate concerns that Eastview Community Centre is prohibitively distant to voters in the west part of the polling area, Elections Regina will run a special charter bus to shuttle voters to that location on Election Day, October 26.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting Tuesday, October 4 as crews will start pavement renewal at the intersection of Pasqua Street and 9th Avenue North (Ring Road). Work is expected to take seven days to complete.
A provincial lab testing the water at new Mosaic Stadium has given the City of Regina and Stadium Project partners the “all-clear”.
The City of Regina’s Municipal Heritage Awards recognize individuals and organizations that have enhanced the quality of life in Regina through the safeguarding and promotion of our city’s historic places
The City of Regina and Stadium Project partners put a new game plan into effect after it was determined that water will not be suitable for drinking at Saturday’s test game.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Monday, October 3 as SaskPower will be repairing underground utilities on Hamilton Street at the intersections of 14th Avenue and 15th Avenue.
Drivers will want to consider alternate routes starting Monday, October 3 while crews complete final work on Victoria Avenue under the Ring Road.
This rezoning will allow for subdivision and development of lands contained within the East Victoria Concept Plan
On September 30, the City of Regina, along with many other local and national organizations and municipalities, is participating in Orange Shirt Day. This annually-recognized reconciliation event raises awareness and recognition of the harm done by residential schools.
A sold-out game between the University of Regina Rams and their Saskatoon counterparts will put new Mosaic Stadium to the test Saturday afternoon.
Bring your household hazardous waste to the City’s Public Works Yard at 2425 4th Avenue on Saturday, October 1 from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Wondering when and where to vote in the upcoming Municipal/School Board election on October 26? Elections Regina has you covered.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, September 28 as crews will be doing underground work on Winnipeg Street between Ross Avenue and about 120 metres south of Ross Avenue.