City Facilities, Programs and Services to Align with Saskatchewan Re-opening Roadmap on July 11
On Sunday, July 11, the City of Regina will lift COVID-19 restrictions in alignment with Step Three of the Government of Saskatchewan’s Re-Opening Roadmap.
Effective July 11, the following changes will take effect at City facilities, including recreation centres, landfill, cemeteries, as well as City Hall and on Regina Transit:
- masks not required, residents choosing to wear masks are welcome to do so
- physical distancing signage and markers removed
- temporary capacity limits removed
As these restrictions are removed, and to help keep our community healthy, the following precautions will continue at City facilities:
- enhanced cleaning practices
- hand sanitizer will be available
- Transit buses will be fogged daily
All COVID-related pre-registration requirements for drop-in activities at recreation centres will be discontinued. Recreation centers may require an additional 24 to 48 hours after July 11 to fully restore pre-COVID service levels.
Regina Transit service levels had been reduced to approximately 80 per cent of normal through much of the pandemic. Transit service levels are expected to return to 100 per cent by the start of September.
Residents are encouraged to continue using contactless payment at recreation facilities and the Landfill, and R-Cards when taking transit, to avoid using cash.
Masks and physical distancing are now optional for City construction and maintenance crews as of July 11. Regina’s top priority remains the health and safety of our community and employees. We’re moving forward safely.
Thank you for keeping our community healthy. Visit Regina.ca/covid for updates.