Regina was established on a treeless grass prairie. Today, our urban forest creates a lush green canopy for all to enjoy. It is everyone's responsibility to take care of our urban forest so future generations can enjoy trees as we do today.
City Tree Pruning Schedule 2017
The following tree pruning schedule is dependent on weather and unforeseen circumstances. Please check back frequently for updates. The Tree pruning map below may be useful as well.
Schedule for May23 May 26 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Park Street, 2000 and 2100 blocks
- Rupert Street, 1500 to 1900 blocks
- Regent Street, 1500 to 1700 blocks
*Note: Roads where pruning crews are working will be blocked off for safety reasons. We appreciate your patience.
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Plant Your Yard
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Care For Your Yard
Follow these steps to ensure your trees and lawn look their best, while protecting the environment
Weeds on Private Property
Learn more about the Weed Control Act and what you can do to prevent the growth, ripening and spread of weeds on your property.
Control Pests & Diseases
Using integrated pest management strategies, learn how to identify and control pests and weeds in your yard as well as how to stop the spread of Dutch elm disease, West Nile Virus, and cankerworms
Care for your City-Owned Tree
Discover what your responsibilities are concerning your City-owned tree as well as how to request the planting/removal of a City-owned tree from your property