CartSmart Education Program
the cart. Don’t bag or stack items. Rinse your recyclable containers. Don’t let your carts
overflow. Recycling is worth the effort to protect the environment
for future generations and increase the life of our landfill. For more information about this
program, or if you have a broken cart, contact Service Regina at 306-777-7000 or through the Online
Request Form. Stretchy and crinkly plastic belong in the garbage cart. It's important to only put
acceptable recycling material in your blue cart. If unacceptable items were found in your blue cart
during collection, you will receive an Oops! tag like this in the mail. Be Cart Smart Styrofoam is
not acceptable in the blue cart. Check Waste Wizard for drop-off locations. Oops! These items don't
belong... OOPS - Overfilled Blue Cart The crinkly plastic, coat hanger and plastics lanterns don’t
belong in the blue cart. OOPS - Stretchy & Crinkly Plastic Learn more about the common items
that do not belong in your blue recycling cart. Keep cart lids closed & do not let them
overflow. OOPS – Crinkly Plastic, Coat Hanger & Plastic lanterns OOPS – Styrofoam Don’t forget
to check the Waste Wizard tool to find out where to put your household waste items. Simply type in
the item into the search box and it will tell you which cart or drop-off location. Plastic
Bus Operator Jobs
can vary substantially. Working hours can include split shifts, weekends, early mornings, late
nights, and statutory holidays. As this is a unionized environment,
shift scheduling and vacation requests are based on seniority. City of Regina Bus Operators are
skilled professional drivers who provide excellent customer service while transporting citizens in
a safe and courteous manner. ...
Adopt a Storm Drain
I get to take care of him.” Man on the left side of the screen looks at the camera. “This is a fun
way for our family to give back and protect our environment and
waterways.” Mother and her sons scoop leaves into a garbage bin. Mother smiles at her sons. “I
clean up the garbage, so it doesn't hurt the fish.” The eldest son who is wearing a grey shirt
holds a rake looks at the camera. “Darth Drainy needs a little more attention in spring and fall,
but generally isn't too needy.” Shovel moving snow away from drain. Close up of a man wearing a
yellow vest. [Narrator] “To adopt a storm drain visit: regina.ca/stormdrain to choose and name your
storm drain, then watch for an email from the city with your welcome package.” Website appears with
a white map of Regina with blue markers of the storm drains. A box appears on the right side and “
Stormy” types in the name box. “This program helps to keep our neighborhoods vibrant places to
live, work, and play.” Man wearing a yellow vest walks towards the camera holding a rake and a
paper bag. Mother and her sons walk away holding rakes, brooms and carrying a garbage bin. *Upbeat
music* Text appears across the screen with a link to regina.ca/stormdrain. The Regina logo appears
in the middle of the screen By adopting and caring for a storm drain, you: Protect public and
private property from street flooding. Protect water quality by keeping leaves and debris from
flowing into Wascana Creek. Provide a fun way to get your family involved in giving back to the
community. How to Adopt a Storm Drain 1. Choose your storm drain on the interactive map. Click the
map edit icon on the top menu bar. ...
2021 Harm Reduction Follow-Up Report
View the 2021 Harm Reduction Follow-Up Report.
e street) or plan to use a parkade or parking lot for stays longer than two hours. Know the rules.
Parking regulations are in place to ensure a safe environment for
pedestrians and motorists. Frequently Asked Questions Where can I download the app? Any Apple or
Android device can support PayByPhone and can be downloaded at The Apple App Store or Google Play
Store. How do I sign up? Registration with a free PayByPhone account is required and can be
completed via the mobile app, the web app at paybyphone.com or by phone at 1-888-680-7275. The
account will be activated immediately and your parking session can be started. The next time you
call or log on, your details will be automatically recognized. The following information is
required to set up an account: Mobile phone number Credit card (Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard,
MasterCard Debit, AMEX) License plate of car(s) I can’t extend my parking session, why? You have
stayed at the current location longer than allowed. To begin another parking session, move your
vehicle to another block or across the street and enter the new location number. If I need to stay
larger than 2 hours, where can I park? You can move your vehicle to a new zone (another block or
opposite side of the street) and start a new parking session. ...
Coopertown Concept Plan
View the Coopertown Concept Plan.
Waste Plan Regina Update
View the 2019 update on Waste Plan Regina.
Heritage Property Designation Criteria
Review the designation criteria before applying for municipal heritage designation.
Cold Weather Stucco Application
Cold Weather Stucco Application Advisory
I Love Regina Map 2022
View the 2022 I Love Regina Map.
Big Move 6
City of Regina
Smoke Alarms & Carbon Monoxide Detectors
ces not caused by heat, smoke or fire and after attending and inspecting, there is no danger to
safety, health and welfare of people, property or the environment.
Or when a unauthorized entry signal from a security system is dispatched to Regina Fire &
Protective Services. The following false alarm fees will be billed by calendar year to the property
owner: 1st false alarm: No Charge - Warning letter 2nd false alarm: $300 fee 3rd and subsequent
false alarms: $600 fee each Property owners will be notified by letter detailing the incident and
applicable fees. The Fire Bylaw was established to provide for fire prevention, suppression and
protection services to the Regina citizens. Fire Bylaw
Design Standard - General
View the General Design Standards.
Landfill Tipping Policy
This policy ensures City of Regina employees and landfill customers are protected from all hazards, such as potential traffic hazards and specific hazards associated with the landfill working face.
Full Building Demolition Permit
isposed of at the City of Regina Landfill. If you wish to take material outside the city limits,
you will need written approval from the Saskatchewan Environment –Environmental Protection Branch. If demolishing a commercial,
institutional or an industrial building a Hazardous Materials Survey must be completed by an
independent qualified engineer or consultant prior to any demolition activities and submit along
with demolition permit application. Obtain any other approvals if required, i.e. Saskatchewan Environmental Protection Branch. Submit completed forms and other
approvals through eBuild or in-person at City Hall. Apply Online Once your permit is approved, you
will be contacted to make credit card payment over the phone. Once your permit is paid, your permit
will be emailed to the applicant/owner/contractor for a signature. A signed copy must be scanned
and sent back to email@example.com prior to construction. Please read the Hazardous Materials
Advisory for demolition, renovations, construction or alteration. Permit Fees Demolition of
Buildings less than 600m2 in area $100 Demolition of Buildings 600m2 or more in area $200 The City
will review your application and determine if it meets all building, heritage, zoning, landscaping,
engineering, environmental, disposal, assessment, open space and
utility regulations and/or bylaws. During the Demolition If soil contamination or other hazardous
materials are found during demolition, you must contact the City to inform them before it is