Regina is one of nine Canadian cities to be recognized with the Tree Cities of the World designation by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Arbor Day Foundation. This program celebrates cities across all continents that meet core standards for the care and planning of urban trees and forests.
Providing proper care for your yard and trees, as well as adopting a pest management strategy to keep insects and weeds at bay, is important to keep our ecosystem thriving.
To report a diseased or damaged tree, weed problem, or pest concern, use our online service request form.
The City of Regina works to accommodate people with chemical sensitivities or allergies. To learn where and when the City is using pesticides around Regina, call the City's Pesticide Advisory Line at 306-777-7777 any time day or night. The recorded message, updated daily in the summer, provides information on:
- what products the City crews will be using and for what type of pest (insect, weed)
- where crews will use these products (identified by subdivision, street names, or landmarks)
- when the crews will use these products (current day, following day)
The Pesticide Advisory Line also identifies areas where City crews have finished spraying over the past two days.