Drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews complete spring cleanup work along Rochdale Boulevard between Stockton Street and McIntosh Street/Lakeridge Road and while crews repair a water leak on Dewdney Avenue.
The City of Regina has won a national public relations award for its media relations campaign The Buzz on Bugs.
Starting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 1, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews repair a sewer connection on Regina Avenue.
Starting Tuesday, May 1, drivers should consider alternate routes as drainage work begins on Saskatchewan Drive between Elphinstone Street and Lewvan Drive.
Starting Monday, April 30, drivers should consider alternate routes as street infrastructure improvements begin on McMurchy Avenue. This work will include the replacement of sidewalk, curbs and gutters. Construction will be completed in phases and is expected to take six weeks, pending weather and other unforeseen circumstances
Starting at 6 a.m. on Sunday, April 28, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be doing repair work on Broad Street.
The City is upgrading its leisure program registration to better meet residents’ needs. The new registration system launches on May 1. This user-friendly system makes registration faster and easier with improved features such as email login, wish lists and social sharing.
Starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, April 27, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews replace a fire hydrant on Argyle Road.
This past winter, the City initiated a two-year pilot to test snow routes along five kilometres of priority roads in our community. Our goal over these two years is to measure the effectiveness of snow routes in our community, find out if they improved traffic flow and allowed for quicker and more efficient snow plowing.
Spring has finally sprung! Come enjoy the outdoors and swing your clubs for affordable prices at the Tor Hill (Kings Park), Joanne Goulet (Fairways West) and Murray (Kings Park) golf courses:
Starting on Wednesday, April 25, drivers will want to consider alternate routes while crews work at the following locations:
City staff on hand to help you send your yard waste to a better place
His Honour the Honourable Tom Molloy, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, presented members of Regina Fire & Protective Services with the Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal.
Starting April 29, the City of Regina Landfill will be open on Sundays and statutory holidays as it switches to its spring and summer hours schedule.
Drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be working at the following locations: