The City of Regina has earned a top tier AAA credit rating from S&P Global, further cementing the city’s practice of strong financial management. This is the second consecutive increase for the City after having received a rating of AA+ with a positive outlook in 2018.
In celebration of the final season of Wascana Pool before its renewal, the City is offering free admission to the pool from 12 to 8 p.m. this year. Wascana Pool will be open from June 13 to September 8, weather permitting.
City Council will give first reading next week to a proposed new Zoning Bylaw that will regulate land use and development for all properties throughout Regina.
The City of Regina officially has opened a permanent Yard Waste Depot, available to residents daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. from spring through to fall.
The City of Regina, through Reconciliation Regina, is pleased to partner with the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in the “Youth Empowerment Symposium on Truth and Reconciliation in our Community” on Thursday, April 4 at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum.
Regina’s Mayor is pleased to see the federal government increasing financial support for municipalities, putting more tools directly into the hands of local government.
His Honour the Honourable Tom Molloy, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, presented three members of Regina Fire & Protective Services with the Canadian Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal.
A record breaking number of water breaks occurred in February as a result of the ground shifting caused by the extreme cold weather. City crews are responding as quickly and safely as we can to repair them.
Today, Regina Transit announced with great pleasure that the three day Jingle Bus promotion raised $12,625! Customers were encouraged to donate their coins to two local charities, and today a cheque was presented to the Salvation Army and Regina Food Bank, each receiving half of the grand total.
Regina City Council has approved the General Fund 2019 Operating Budget and 2019-2023 Capital Plan with a 3.33 per cent mill rate increase plus the dedicated 1 per cent Residential Roads Improvement Program mill rate levy, demonstrating Council’s continued commitment to infrastructure renewal and effective service delivery for Regina residents.