City services for Monday,October 9
Building permit values for the month of September were over $43.9 million, a 12 per cent increase from the same month last year. The year-to-date value has also pulled ahead of the 2016 total, with over $471 million worth of permits issued so far in 2017.
This winter, the City of Regina will test a five kilometre route along three primary road sections in our community: Victoria Avenue, Winnipeg Street and College Avenue.
On Tuesday, October 3 drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will repair water breaks on Dalgliesh Drive.
What we call streets and parks says a lot about our values. Those names provide a sense of community and belonging. They play a role in the identity of this city and its people. The City wants to know what’s important to residents for its civic naming guidelines, currently under review.
We’re exploring options for outdoor recreational facilities and housing development on the Regent Par 3 Golf Course site and we need your help doing this.
We want your feedback on route changes we’re considering for 2018. Regina is growing and we need bus service in newer areas. We want to know if you like the proposed changes.
On Sunday, October 1, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing a water break on Broadway Avenue.
We’re taking art to the streets, literally, as part of Culture Days this weekend and we want your help to brighten up a street in the Cathedral neighbourhood. Come join us for Regina’s first ever street painting event.
Starting Tuesday, October 3, drivers should consider alternate routes as railroad crossing maintenance work will take place on Winnipeg Street between 2nd Avenue North and 5th Avenue North.
Starting Tuesday, October 3 for three days, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will remove and replace the asphalt surface on Rink Avenue between the railroad tracks and Lansdowne Drive.
The City of Regina is proud to participate, alongside and in partnership with many local organizations and individuals, in commemorating the annual “Orange Shirt Day”, recognized this year on September 29.
Snow routes help improve traffic flow after a storm by expediting snow clearing operations with a declared 24-hour parking ban along a designated routes.
Starting Wednesday, September 27 at 9 a.m., drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be working on the curb/sidewalk at the northwest corner of Winnipeg Street and 8th Avenue.
The City will be moving to biweekly (every other week) curbside garbage collection for single-family homes from November 20, 2017 to March 30, 2018. The City will monitor to see how biweekly collection works over the winter months. Regina is following the lead of other municipalities in making this change.