City embarking on Sask Drive Corridor Project Residents asked to provide input
The City is embarking on long-term planning for Saskatchewan (Sask) Drive and is asking residents for their initial input.
Sask Drive is an important gateway into Regina’s city centre and a main east-west traffic route that links to downtown through the Cathedral and Heritage neighbourhoods. The importance of Sask Drive’s historic and strategic role is captured in the Regina Downtown Neighbourhood Plan which recognizes it as a “Grand Avenue.”
As the City of Regina is looking to replace aging infrastructure along Sask Drive in the next few years, an opportunity has presented itself to transform this corridor, from McTavish Street to Winnipeg Street, from its current state to its intended design as a Grand Avenue. To initiate this transformation, the City is embarking on the Sask Drive Corridor Project, which creates policies to guide how the land adjacent to the roadway is used. This will provide direction on what infrastructure the City should build along the corridor.
Share your thoughts on future development along Sask Drive by completing the online survey before January 18.
Feedback will help inform concepts that will be brought back to the public in June for further consultation.