I Love Regina Day is an annual community pride celebration, taking place August 25, 2018 in Victoria Park.
This family-friendly event showcases organizations from all over Regina, and features activities like face painting, bouncy castles, and a free barbecue!
Welcome to Regina! Regina is vibrant and growing. We’re a culturally diverse city offering infinite opportunities for residents and visitors. Our parks and leisure facilities provide recreational activities for every season. Our museums, galleries, arts centres and performing arts also contribute to our rich cultural scene. And, we have many unique shopping and dining opportunities to experience. All in all, Regina is growing and will continue to prosper. That’s visible in the way we do business, strive to be leaders, and plan for the future. It’s also present in our strong education system with Public and Catholic school boards, private schools, two universities and technical schools.
City employees work diligently to provide safe drinking water, garbage collection, sewage treatment, road maintenance, fire protection and many other programs and services. The City of Regina strives to provide excellent customer service to residents and visitors through Regina.ca, Facebook and Twitter, our Service Regina call centre, and in person at our facilities.
Navigate through Regina.ca to learn more about this great community, the City of Regina and members of Council.
— Mayor Michael Fougere