After a national search for a new fire chief, Regina City Manager Chris Holden today announced the appointment of Layne Jackson.
On Saturday, September 9, drivers are encouraged to find alternate routes for the following closures or restrictions.
Starting the week of September 11, crews will begin construction on a priority bus lane at the intersection of Arcola Avenue and Ring Road northbound on ramp. This work will include removing part of the side median to make an additional lane. Northwest-bound traffic on Arcola Avenue will be restricted and drivers may experience delays.
Under the authority of The Fire Bylaw No. 2005-18, Regina Fire & Protective Services has issued a fire ban for the City of Regina, effective at 5 p.m. today, to ensure our citizens and community remain fire safe.
The City of Regina thanks residents for their patience while water leaks continue as the hot, dry weather lingers into September. So far in September, there have been 40 new main breaks reported. The weather is causing the ground to become dry and brittle, resulting in ground shifting which impacts City water pipes and service connections. The outcome is leaks and breaks.
On Friday, September 8, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will repair water leaks.
Starting Monday, September 11, drivers should consider alternate routes as road repairs and asphalt surface grading begin on Elphinstone Street between North Railway Street and 9th Avenue. Elphinstone will be closed to traffic and detours will be in place.
Commercial building permits are rising significantly in the year-over-year figures for the month of August, with the value of permits at $29.8 million compared to $19.6 million in 2016. Over all, the total number of building permits issued in August is up by 14 per cent from this time last year.
On Thursday, September 7, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews repair a water leak on Pasqua Street.
Drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing water leaks at the following locations:
Starting the week of September 4, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will begin replacing sidewalks, curbs and gutters at two locations.
The City of Regina will be installing recycling bottle baskets throughout the Downtown core and along 13th Avenue in the Cathedral neighbourhood.
If you’ve ever wondered how a stadium gets demolished you’re invited to drop in, ask questions and learn more.
Starting Monday, September 4, drivers should consider alternate routes on as crews will be removing and replacing the asphalt surface on Broad Street between Broadway Avenue and 15th Avenue.
After a $3 million investment, the Ring Road Bridge over Victoria Avenue opened to traffic today. Excellent weather during construction season allowed the project to progress quickly resulting in the bridge opening one month earlier than scheduled.