Starting the week of September 4, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will begin replacing sidewalks, curbs and gutters at two locations.
The City of Regina will be installing recycling bottle baskets throughout the Downtown core and along 13th Avenue in the Cathedral neighbourhood.
If you’ve ever wondered how a stadium gets demolished you’re invited to drop in, ask questions and learn more.
Starting Monday, September 4, drivers should consider alternate routes on as crews will be removing and replacing the asphalt surface on Broad Street between Broadway Avenue and 15th Avenue.
After a $3 million investment, the Ring Road Bridge over Victoria Avenue opened to traffic today. Excellent weather during construction season allowed the project to progress quickly resulting in the bridge opening one month earlier than scheduled.
Labour Day – Monday, September 4
With school just around the corner, the outdoor pool season is coming to an end with four outdoor City pools closing this weekend.
On Wednesday, August 30, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations:
Starting Wednesday, August 30 for three days, drivers should consider alternate routes on College Avenue between Wascana Drive and Ramsey Drive. A contractor will be working on water and sewer service at 2155 College Avenue.
Starting today, Friday, August 25 for two weeks, drivers should consider alternate routes as construction progresses on Dewdney Avenue at the Elphinstone Street intersection. This project started last fall by replacing water connections and continued through spring and summer with concrete replacement along Dewdney Avenue.
On Friday, August 25, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations:
Heading to the Guns and Roses concert at Mosaic Stadium this Sunday, August 27? The City invites you to rock & roll safely by Knock Knock Knockin’ on Transit’s Door.
The City of Regina is preparing to begin deconstruction of the historic Mosaic Stadium after recently awarding a contract for the project.
When you see the impact of the hot, dry summer on your lawn, the same impact is being battled several meters below the surface. The dry, brittle ground is causing shifting which impacts City water pipes and service connections. If the current trend continues, the number of water main breaks will exceed historical records.
On Wednesday, August 23, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations: