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.
Starting Tuesday, September 26, drivers should consider alternate routes as railroad crossing maintenance work will take place on 2nd Avenue North.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, September 23 as crews will repair a water leak on 23rd Avenue between Albert Street and Evans Court.
Minor traffic restrictions will be in place
The City of Regina is reviewing a concept plan application for a proposed new neighbourhood located in the northwest part of the city.
On Saturday, September 23, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will complete maintenance paving on Winnipeg Street between 9th Avenue North and the Winnipeg Street overpass.
Under the authority of The Fire Bylaw No. 2005-18, Regina Fire & Protective Services will rescind the fire ban for the City of Regina, effective September 21 at 5 p.m.
On Friday, September 22, drivers should consider alternate routes as a crane will be installed on 12th Avenue for building renovations at 1914 Hamilton Street.
Traffic Advisory - Gordon Road Closed from McTavish Street to Queen Street
Children in the neighbourhoods of Rosemont/Mount Royal and Albert Park can soon look forward to having more fun after the City upgrades current playgrounds.
Starting Wednesday, September 20, work continues on the drainage project along 5th Avenue North, which will help to reduce the risk of basement and street flooding in the area. This phase requires upgrading the existing domestic sewer and water mains across the intersection of Albert Street and 5th Avenue North, followed by repairing damage to the road surface.
Starting the week of September 18, crews will begin replacing sidewalks, curbs and gutters along 4th Avenue between Pasqua Street and Queen Street.
The City of Regina is commemorating the official signing of Treaty 4 on September 15, 1874 in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, by flying Treaty 4 flags on the Albert Street Bridge.
Mayor Michael Fougere is participating in a panel at the 63rd International Downtown Association’s (IDA) Annual Conference and Tradeshow in Winnipeg on Friday morning where he will outline Regina’s vision for downtown revitalization.
Starting Thursday, September 14, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will resume working at the intersection of Winnipeg Street and Ross Avenue. This work was put on hold to provide a construction-free, alternate route for commuters during the Arcola Detention Pond Project.