On Monday, June 25, City Council approved a recommendation that the administration prepare a waste management bylaw for garbage and recycling service.
Over the next year, the City of Regina is embarking on developing a comprehensive housing strategy that will examine current and future trends in the Regina housing market.
The City of Regina has implemented new mobile food vending procedures that will allow mobile food vendors to operate on the streets of downtown Regina starting as early as the end of April.
The City of Regina is encouraging residents and businesses to turn off their lights and join people around the world to help fight global climate change in support of Earth Hour.
The City of Regina joins municipalities from across Canada in urging the federal government to include new rental housing construction incentives in the 2012 federal budget.
The City of Regina is the first government agency in Saskatchewan to launch an Internet-based open data portal.
Investigators have determined that the May 15, 2012, Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC) fire was caused by a mechanical failure of a pump.
The winners of the 2012 Municipal Heritage Awards were announced February 21.
On Monday, December 12, City Council approved the City of Regina’s proposed 2012 capital and operating budgets and the Water & Sewer Utility budget.
Regina City Council will meet on Monday, December 12 to consider the proposed 2012 capital, operating and Water & Sewer Utility budgets. Media and the public are invited to attend the special budget meeting at 5:30 p.m. in Henry Baker Hall at City Hall.