25th Avenue between Montague Street and Athol Street eastbound traffic will be closed and westbound will be restricted to one lane.
Traffic restrictions for 25th Avenue and Jubilee Avenue.
Drop off your hazardous waste at the City’s Public Works Yard this weekend!
On Tuesday, June 19, northbound traffic on McCarthy Boulevard will be restricted to one lane as crews complete pavement work for one day.
On Sunday, June 17 Saskatchewan Drive between Montague Street and Athol Street will be closed to traffic in both directions from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Starting Sunday, June 17 westbound traffic on Dewdney Avenue between Broad Street and Albert Street will be restricted to one lane for contractor work.
Starting Monday, June 18 crews will be paving the southbound lanes of the Ring Road starting just north of Arcola Avenue to Wascana Parkway.
The City of Regina honours the memory of all fathers on Father’s Day.
On Friday, June 15, crews will be doing road repairs on 7th Avenue East. 7th Avenue East between Bentley Drive and Brown street will be closed to eastbound traffic for one day.
Starting Monday, June 18, 2018, drivers will want to consider alternate routes as construction begins on the replacement of the Ring Road/Victoria Avenue on/off ramps.
The weather forecast looks warm, the Riders are playing at home and fathers are celebrated on Sunday – what better weekend to barbeque outside?
On Thursday, June 14, crews will be completing pavement work on Dalgliesh Drive. Dalgliesh Drive between Wells Street and Litzenberger Crescent will be closed to eastbound traffic for one day.
The City offers great ways to beat the summer heat from outdoor pools, to spray parks to free summer drop-in programs for kids.
Drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews work at the following locations.
The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is an invasive species beetle, originally from Asia, making its way across Canada. The beetle travels by hitching a ride on transported Ash wood. It was first detected in 2002 and has been found in Ontario, Quebec, Winnipeg and most recently New Brunswick.