Drivers may want to consider alternate routes as construction work at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Albert Street will further restrict traffic on Victoria Avenue starting Monday, August 21. The work is expected to be completed by August 23, 2017.
With classes soon resuming at the University of Regina for the fall semester, bus service will be increasing for the Universal Bus Pass program at the university.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, August 17 as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations:
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, August 16 as crews will be connecting water and sewer lines at the intersection of Chuka Drive and Sandhill Crescent.
Regina residents are invited to show their love for our city on I Love Regina Day. Celebrations will take place on Saturday, August 19 at Mosaic Stadium from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Tuesday, August 15 as crews will be repairing a water leak on Hill Avenue between Angus Street and Rae Street.
Starting on August 16, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews begin working on concrete replacement along Montague Street between Parliament Avenue and Habkirk Drive.
Starting Saturday, August 12, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be completing crack sealing work along Wascana Parkway, starting at Hillsdale Street and moving south to Research Drive.
Starting Monday, August 14, drivers should consider alternate routes while overpass replacement continues at the Ring Road under the Wascana Parkway. This work will require the Ring Road to be closed between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Building permits for residential units continue to rise with a total of 65 residential permits issued in July compared to 47 for the same month last year, for a total value in July of 2017 of $39 million compared to $31.5 million for July 2016.
On Thursday, August 10, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews be completing work at two locations.
The City of Regina is investing $350,000 from its existing paving maintenance budget in a new pavement preservation technique designed to restore and rejuvenate the surface of the asphalt at a fraction of the cost of repaving the roads.
With the long weekend on your mind, we’d like to remind you that registration day for fall leisure programs begins next week.
Starting next week, pavement work as part of this pilot project will be completed at the following locations.
Diefenbaker Drive – Blake Road to McCarthy Boulevard