Please check back regularly for updates on COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Information for Employees
The City of Regina has compiled a variety of resources to keep employees informed with current
information about COVID-19 (coronavirus). This page will be
updated as new information becomes available.
Regina Transit in Service
ation Center, located at 2124 11th Avenue, remains open to the public. Regina Transit cleaning
protocols have increased to proactively respond to the Coronavirus
(COVID-19). It is important for residents
Outdoor playground structures closed
. Updates are provided on Regina.ca/coronavirus.
I Love Regina Run delayed to 2021
I Love Regina Run delayed to 2021 As the City of Regina continues to respond to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, the City and its partner Run Regina have made the
decision to delay the upcoming I Love ...
April 24/25 Household Hazardous Waste Days Cancelled
spillage. Ensure flammable products are in the recommended temperature range. Keep out of reach of
children. Do a periodic check on the storage area to ensure no problems have occurred. For more up
to date information, visit Regina.ca/coronavirus.
Residents reminded not to hold garage & yard sales
continue to encourage physical distancing of at least two metres and limiting contact with others
from outside your household. Visit Saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus for
tips on how to stay healthy and to learn the most up
City providing flexibility to pay bills - Property tax and utility payment financial relief measures
ina is providing residents added flexibility to defer payments in the coming months in an effort to
ease the financial strain felt by many during the Coronavirus
Changes to Building Permit and Inspection Processes
f you have questions, reach out to our permit file support team by calling 306-777-7551. Updates
will be posted on our website regularly at Regina.ca/coronavirus.
COVID-19 Impacts the City’s Casual Employees
are posted regularly at Regina.ca/coronavirus.
Showing our love for Regina residents during COVID-19
njoy the photos of the hearts, display and lights. Print off your own #heartsofyqr poster. For
updates on City services and programs, visit Regina.ca/coronavirus
City responds to concerns around General Hospital parking
Hospital, the City of Regina is taking measures to relax enforcement and forgive tickets issued
since the response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus began. ...
City working with community partners to address community needs
, and we will be looking to our other partner municipalities to see how they are dealing with this
issue. More details on services and programs will be announced and updates will be provided on
Regina.ca/coronavirus as further information becomes available.
Ward 1 E-Newsletter
View the Ward 1 Winter 2020 Newsletter.
Community partnership delivers lunch program to children and youth in need
people affected by COVID-19. The COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly and the City is taking
immediate action as necessary. Updates are provided on Regina.ca/coronavirus.