City Seeking Feedback on Community Fire Pit Use
Beginning today until April 28, residents are invited to participate in an online survey to share their feedback about community fire pits. The results of the survey will help inform plans for the next winter season.
In late fall 2022, community fire pits were installed in five parks around the city to encourage residents to warm up and stay longer, enjoying the park amenities while creating a vibrant and inclusive Winter City. The design allows for the community to gather together, roast a hotdog or marshmallow and have fun with neighbours.
The City is now seeking feedback on how the fire pit experience can be enhanced. Existing fire pits will remain in the parks year-round and depending on resident feedback, adding fire pits in more City parks is possible for winter 2023/24 season.
Like many other Canadian Winter Cities, Regina’s Winter City Strategy includes the installation of community fire pits with the aim of helping residents better explore, experience, and embrace winter.
To provide feedback about the fire pits, please visit Regina.ca/firepits
Current fire pit locations:
- Gocki Park – 445 14th Avenue
- Les Sherman Park – 2404 Elphinstone Street
- Mount Pleasant Sports Park – 750 Winnipeg Street
- Regent Park – 3600 McKinley Avenue
- Ruth M Buck Park – 6208 Sherwood Drive