The City of Regina saw an increase in commercial building permits issued for the month of November over the same time last year.
On Tuesday, December 5 drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will repair water leaks on Dalgliesh Drive.
The City announced an overall 2% Utility rate increase, effective January 1, 2018, pending Council approval later this month.
Regina’s Mayor is optimistic following the release of the federal government’s National Housing Strategy (NHS).
As temperatures drop and we switch from road graders to snowplows, the City of Regina’s 2017 construction season has come to an end. Major construction projects have proceeded both on schedule and on budget, with $88 million invested in infrastructure projects across the City’s 10 wards.
The City and Regina Police Service (RPS) today announced that the former Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) bus depot and head office will be home to a new downtown headquarters complex, pending Council approval November 27, 2017.
The City of Regina saw an increase in the overall number of building permits issued for the month of October over the same time last year. The year-to-date figures remain strong when compared to historical trends as well.
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.
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.