Starting this week, traffic restrictions will be in place at 1833 Broad Street to allow for the removal of debris from the ongoing demolition of the Traveller’s Building.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, May 17 as traffic restrictions will be in place on Cornwall Street for building repair work at 2141 Cornwall Street.
Starting Sunday, May 28, the Landfill will be closed on Sundays and statutory holidays. The last Sunday and statutory holiday that the Landfill will be open in 2017 are Sunday, May 21 and Monday, May 22.
Starting Thursday, May 18, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will begin to replace the Wascana Parkway over Ring Road overpass. Two-way traffic will be maintained on Wascana Parkway but will be restricted to one lane. For motorist safety, traffic on Ring Road will be slowed to 60 km/hr under the bridge due to the close proximity of the barriers.
It’s the buzz about town—bug season is upon us. We have just confirmed that tent caterpillars are hatching and looking for leaves to eat on Regina’s leaf-sprouting trees. And we expect the critters will be back in full force this year along with cankerworm invasions. But we’re ready for action to stop the leaf feast.
Drivers and pedestrians should consider alternate routes on Monday, May 15 as building renovations at the Viterra building will require sidewalk restrictions.
Pedestrians should consider alternate routes starting Monday, May 15 as construction at the Cornwall Centre Building will require sidewalk closure on the north side of 11th Avenue between Hamilton Street and Scarth Street.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, May 13 as construction work at Capital Pointe hotel/condominium building will require traffic restrictions at the corner of Albert Street and Victoria Avenue.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting on Tuesday, May 16 as crews will begin concrete work and road maintenance on Dalgliesh Drive starting at Rink Avenue.
Pursuant to The Cities Act, section 101(2), the Council of the City of Regina hereby gives notice of intention to lease without a public offering, and at less than market value property.
Pursuant to The Cities Act, section 101(2), the Council of the City of Regina hereby gives notice of intention to sell without a public offering, and at less than market value property legally described as:
Proposed changes are to allow for the addition of lands to the Capital Crossing development area as a result of the extension of Big Bear Boulevard, and to accommodate minor changes related to dedicated lands and municipal utility parcels.
The applicant proposes Zoning Bylaw amendments to a portion of the Capital Crossing development area within the Hawkstone Neighbourhood to allow for development on lands immediately south of Big Bear Boulevard. Proposed zoning will accommodate mixed-use and commercial development.
Four of the fires in Regina over the last two weeks were directly caused by inappropriately discarded smokers’ materials. The plastic milk jug on your back deck is not a safe place to butt out.
Today, the City of Regina and the File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC), through the Regina Treaty Status Indian Services Inc. (RTSIS), have re-committed to work cooperatively and strengthen their relationship by jointly signing a Protocol of Recognition, Partnership and Respect.