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Regina Downtown Business Improvement District Bylaw, 2003

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Regina Downtown Business Improvement District Bylaw

The Downtown Business Improvement District Bylaw No. 2003-80 was established to encourage the development of a prosperous downtown district by improving the area’s appearance and image, promoting and marketing the area, and undertaking initiatives and projects that facilitate the ongoing rejuvenation and redevelopment of the area.

Overview:

  • The Board of Directors of Regina Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) shall be responsible to plan and implement improvement to the district.
  • The following is a very high level overview of the BID:
    • Shall not purchase real estate without the consent of City Council.
    • Shall only approve budgeted expenditures that are approved by City Council.
    • Keep meeting minutes and records of the operations of the BID.
    • Submit its budget to the City by March 15.
    • Submit its annual report and financial statements to City Council on or before May 1.
  • The City Manager, City Solicitor or any of their delegates shall be entitled to full access to any records of the Board.
  • City Council shall authorize an annual levy or charge on all land and improvements used for business purposes and located within the district.

Note:

This page is an overview of these regulations. Refer to the bylaw for detailed information. The Office of the City Clerk keeps the latest version of each bylaw on file and will provide a copy upon request.