Residents Invited to Provide Input on Heritage Property Priorities
The City of Regina recognizes the value of historic places and provides services to ensure they are protected, conserved and contribute to the quality of life in our neighbourhoods.
Today, the City launched the Heritage Conservation Survey to invite public input on heritage programs and policies, to better understand what residents value about municipal heritage properties, and to identify barriers to heritage conservation.
The information collected will help inform a review of the City’s heritage programs, incentives and regulations. The goal is to ensure that the City is following best practices in heritage conservation and we better meet expectations of residents, developers, stakeholders like Heritage Regina and City Council.
Survey results will be included in a report to City Council in early 2022.
Protecting sites with heritage significance is important to preserving our city’s cultural history. Historic places are a source of civic pride and tell the story of our community.
Please visit Be Heard Regina between December 1 and 12, 2021 to learn more and complete the survey.