From October 15 – 19, the City of Regina will join other municipalities in a national environmental campaign that builds awareness around issues of sustainable and responsible consumption and promotes actions that divert more waste from the Landfill.
The City of Regina received a matching grant of $25,000 to implement a CN EcoConnexions From the Ground Up project.
The City of Regina is proud to participate, with many local organizations and individuals, in commemorating the annual “Orange Shirt Day”, recognized this year on September 28.
The City will implement a series of changes to Regina Transit fares and purchase options in January 2019, which will provide more flexibility for our residents.
City Council has approved moving forward with a pilot project prior to implementing a year-round curbside organic (food and yard) waste collection and processing service.
Today, His Worship Michael Fougere, Mayor of Regina, was joined by the Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, and the Honourable Warren Kaeding, Minister of Government Relations, at an official sod-turning for the City’s new Transit Fleet Maintenance Facility (TFMF).
Today, the City of Regina announced the substantial completion of its third force main installation project as part of an investment in critical infrastructure.
Rider Transit service will resume tomorrow at 5:15 p.m. ahead of the Saskatchewan Roughriders preseason game vs. Calgary at Mosaic Stadium.
Continued investment in construction during May saw 54 commercial permits issued, as compared to 42 in 2017, and construction value in the residential category is up from this time last year to $41.6 million.
Strong financial management and solid budget performance has moved the City of Regina’s long-standing AA+ credit rating to a positive outlook.