Public feedback has the centre looking at new trails, improved pathway lighting, upgraded washrooms in the future.
The plan for 2016 identifies areas needing high maintenance and expands the extent of the low maintenance landscape.
Through this identification the Wascana Centre Authority hopes to enhance the well-manicured areas and convert other areas to become more natural, like a prairie landscape.
The University of Regina also released its Master Plan for its campus.
The plan looks to work on more sustainable developments.
By installing native and hardy tree and shrubs and naturalized grasses, they university hopes to reduce its reliance on irrigation.
The university also plans to continue collaborations with First Nations to incorporate culturally relevant symbols and settings into campus.