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2014 Ward Boundary Review

New Ward Boundaries
Due to the City’s recent annexation, the Municipal Wards Commission has updated the current ward boundaries to ensure our population is divided evenly. Public were invited to provide input on the proposed changes. The Commission submitted its report to the City of Regina, Friday, August 15.
New Ward Boundaries
Pursuant to section 61 (3) of The Cities Act the report of the Municipal Wards Commission is available for public inspection at the Ambassador Kiosk on the main floor of City Hall during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. The report, ward map and descriptions are also available.
It is the responsibility of the Municipal Wards Commission to ensure the city’s population is distributed evenly amongst each of Regina’s 10 city wards. According to sections 57-61 of The Cities Act, population cannot vary by more or less than 10 per cent from the average population per ward. Based on Saskatchewan Health data for 2013, Regina’s population is 213,780, which makes the average population per ward 21,378.  
A ward boundary review is legislated to take place every nine years or when the wards deviate from the average population per ward. The last ward boundary review was in 2011.
If you have questions about the report contact the Office of the City Clerk at 306-777-7262.

2011 Ward Boundaries

2011 map

2014 Ward Boundaries