Scarth Street Revitalization Project Share Your Thoughts!
The City of Regina is working to revitalize our City Centre to attract more people downtown and upgrade ageing infrastructure. This work includes activating F.W. Hill Mall, also known as Scarth Street Mall, to bring more vitality to the surrounding area.
This block was designated a pedestrian mall in 1975. Now, almost 50 years later, the community has an opportunity to re-imagine the current needs and future aspirations for the downtown space as both above and underground street infrastructure need updating between 11th and 12th Avenue. The redesign will focus on making the space more accessible, safe and flexible in order to accommodate a wide range of community activities, while continuing to support local businesses.
Residents are invited to provide feedback on possible scenarios for Scarth Street including potential vehicle access. An online survey is available until June 10, as well as two in-person opportunities to learn more and provide input:
Regina Farmer’s Market – City of Regina Booth
Wednesday, May 31 – 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, June 3 – 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
In the fall, the community will have another opportunity to provide feedback on design considerations.
Pending the timing and outcome of the consultant’s design and community conversations, construction on Scarth Street could start in 2024 – which aligns with the phasing of the 11th Avenue Revitalization Project. Coordination of the two projects will be prioritized to help alleviate impacts to residents and businesses.
Learn more and share your thoughts at Regina.ca/scarth