Regina has received more than 35 centimetres of snow since March 3. As a result of that huge amount of snowfall, City crews will begin a Residential Plow of the Category 5 roads starting Thursday, March 8. Crews will plow residential streets between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day until complete, about two weeks.
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Starting at 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 8, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews work on sewer repairs on Angus Road.
City crews are working hard to ensure all residential garbage and recycling gets collected this week. Due to the amount of snow built up in residential streets, the collection trucks are not able to drive into certain bays and cul-de-sacs to pick up the carts.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, March 7 as crews will be water leaks at the following locations. The work is expected to take one day to complete:
The City of Regina has declared the Snow Route in effect which means there is no parking along the identified route for a 24-hour period.
Through the Henry Baker Scholarship program, the City of Regina offers financial assistance to support students’ academic and career goals. Each scholarship is worth $2,000.
On Thursday, March 1, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair a water main on Douglas Avenue East.
Regina City Council has approved the General Fund 2018 Operating Budget and the 2018-2022 Capital Program with a 3.34 per cent mill rate increase plus the continuing 1 per cent mill rate dedicated to renew residential roads.
Starting immediately, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair a water leak on Broad Street.
Warmer temperatures are predicted for the next several days and that means ice and snow will begin to melt. These conditions will generate water runoff, especially around storm channels, weakening ice conditions and making them unsafe.
Residential building permits issued in the first month of 2018 show continued growth, with a marked rise in the multi-attached dwelling category driving a 67% increase in the total value of residential permits issued in January compared to 2017.
Starting at 8 a.m. drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, February 22, as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations:
Starting at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 21 drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair a water leak on 7th Avenue East.
On Thursday, February 15 drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair water leaks at the following locations.