Save the date and don’t forget your camera! I Love Regina Day will be held in Mosaic Stadium on August 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Starting Sunday, June 25, crews will be working on Albert Street and 11th Avenue in the southeast corner. Work includes relocating the catch basin, installing a new pedestrian light and repairing the sidewalk.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, June 24 as crews will complete emergency water repairs on 23rd Avenue between Albert Street and Evans Court.
The City of Regina is pleased to be awarded a grant of $175,000 – the maximum eligible amount – from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’(FCM) Green Municipal Fund(GMF).
The City of Regina is offering extended hours and the added convenience of a Drive-Through Kiosk to assist residents making property tax payments.
The Council of the City of Regina intends to pass a bylaw to designate as Municipal Heritage Property the following real property known as Broderick Residence
Drivers should consider alternate routes as traffic restrictions will be in place on for building repair work as follows:
Starting Thursday, June 22, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will upgrade the water system on Winnipeg Street between 4th Avenue and Ross Avenue.
Starting the week of June 26 through to the end of October, drivers should consider alternate routes as construction begins on Lewvan Drive and 13th Avenue.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, June 20 as crews will be doing emergency repairs to the sewer system on Ross Avenue between Winnipeg Street and McDonald Street.
In recognition of the significant contributions, diversity and heritage of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples, the City of Regina is honoured to host its 5th celebration of National Aboriginal Day.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, June 17 as crews will be doing emergency repairs at on 23rd Avenue between Albert Street and Evans Court.
Like you, Regina firefighters spend time making special summer-time memories with family and friends through reunions, cookouts, picnics in the park and Sunday afternoon barbecues. But they also attended 2,158 incidents between May 1 and September 30 last summer. Help reduce that number. Visit Regina.ca/fire for valuable information so you can play by the rules and be safe this summer.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, June 17 as a private contractor will be installing a communication tower at 1015 Victoria Avenue between Winnipeg Street and Quebec Street.
It’s summer time in Regina, and the best way to enjoy our hot summer days is to jump into our City’s outdoor pools. Cool off by visiting some of our outdoor pools starting Thursday, June 15.