Starting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, December 19, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair a water leak on Albert Street.
Under shared funding with the federal government, $1.67 million has been invested this year to enhance a number of our recreational facilities, with $836,000 coming from the City and $836,000 from the federal government.
Starting Tuesday, December 19 at 7 a.m., drivers will want to consider alternate routes as a contractor will be doing water and sewer work on College Avenue.
With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to show we care with our actions and we’re helping you make that possible by taking Regina Transit and Paratransit. We’re offering you the Jingle Bus. You can ride any of our buses for free between Friday, December 15 and Sunday, December 17 and instead of paying bus fare, we’re asking you to donate money to two local charities. Your donations will go to the Regina Food Bank and Salvation Army and show that you care with your fare.
The City of Regina saw an increase in commercial building permits issued for the month of November over the same time last year.
On Saturday, December 9, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair a water leak on Broad Street.
On Friday, December 8, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair a secondary leak on Winnipeg Street. Unfortunately this kind of water leak can happen after the ground has been distributed and saturated by the initial break and repair.
Starting Monday, December 11, Regina Transit riders travelling from Regina’s southeast corner of the community may arrive in the downtown a little quicker, thanks to the newly-installed priority bus lane and signal.
On Wednesday, December 6 drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations:
On Tuesday, December 5 drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will repair water leaks on Dalgliesh Drive.
On Saturday, December 2 drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews upgrade the water system on 25th Avenue.
The City announced an overall 2% Utility rate increase, effective January 1, 2018, pending Council approval later this month.
On Friday, December 1, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair a new water leak on Winnipeg Street.
On Thursday, November 30, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews upgrade the water system on Victoria Avenue.
Regina Mayor Michael Fougere is heading to Toronto to attend a Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Big City Mayors’ Caucus (BCMC) meeting on Thursday. The busy agenda will include dialogue among the mayors on topics of growing concern like housing, trade and US relations, and cannabis legalization.