Regina Mayor Michael Fougere is travelling to Ottawa this week to attend a meeting of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ (FCM) Big City Mayors' Caucus (BCMC).
The City of Regina released its proposed 2017 Budget today. The budget maintains existing City services at current levels, continues to invest in infrastructure renewal and advances growth while maintaining affordability for Regina residents. It can be viewed in detail at Regina.ca/budget.
In 2016, residential building permits were issued to create homes for 1,790 Regina families – an increase of 415 homes over 2015.
Reassessment notices go out January 5
Transit riders donated $4,732.45 over the three-day Jingle Bus promotion. Rawlco Radio matched the generosity and topped up its donation to $6,000 for a total of $10,732.45, which was presented to the Salvation Army and Regina Food Bank.
Regina Transit offers numerous options for residents to plan their routes on New Year’s Eve, and year-round. The free bus service will run from 7 p.m. on December 31 to 2:15 a.m. on January 1.
New homes for 1,685 families have been added so far in 2016, hundreds more than in all of 2015.
2017 marks a milestone event – Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation! To ensure we celebrate this historic year from beginning to end, Regina is kicking off the New Year celebrations with a free, fun, festive, family event on December 31.
For the first time, the City of Regina will host a Twitter Ask Me Anything (AMA), as part of a pre-budget consultation that aims to reach out to Regina residents.
The swearing in of Regina’s newest City Council took place tonight in Henry Baker Hall at City Hall.