Starting Monday, October 30 contractors working at 1827 Albert Street will require the northbound curb lane to be closed between 12th Avenue and 11th Avenue.
Starting Monday, October 30, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be relining the sewer system on 7th Avenue between Argyle Street and Lewvan Drive.
On Tuesday, October 24, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations.
The stadium deconstruction contractor, Budget Demolition will be executing a controlled collapse of the west side grandstand, a structure that has been a part of the stadium since 1978.
The Murray and Joanne Goulet Golf Courses will close for the season at the end of the day on Sunday, October 22. The Tor Hill Golf Course will close for the season at the end of the day on Monday, October 23.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, October 21 as a private contractor will be connecting water and sewer services along College Avenue between Atkinson Street and Broder Street. On Tuesday,October 24 College Avenue will be closed between Scarth Street and Lorne Street.
Starting Tuesday, October 24, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be doing paving work on Montague Street.
Over the weekend, drivers should consider alternate routes as contractor work requires the following road closures/restrictions.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Wednesday, October 8 as crews will be repairing a water leak on 12th Avenue North between Alport Crescent and Forman Bay.
Drivers should consider alternate routes starting Thursday, October 19 as crews will complete paving work on Dewdney Avenue between Pasqua Street and Lewvan Drive. Dewdney Avenue will be restricted to single lane traffic in both directions for five days.
On Tuesday, October 17 there will be road closures at the following locations:
Chris Holden, City Manager, announced today that Barry Lacey, CPA, CA, CMA will be joining the City as the Executive Director, Financial & Corporate Services, effective October 30, 2017.
Starting Wednesday, October 18 crews will begin the Fall Leaf Sweep program. This program helps reduce the number of leaves and debris on streets in areas which have experienced spring flooding issues in the past.
The City of Regina eagerly anticipates the federal government’s long overdue National Housing Strategy that could transform Canada’s housing system for the long term.
Mayor Michael Fougere has proclaimed Waste Reduction Week in Regina. Waste Reduction Week is a national environmental campaign that builds awareness around issues of sustainable and responsible consumption and promotes actions that divert more waste from the Landfill.