The City of Regina has decided 67 residential streets will get some form of repair in 2017 at a cost of 10.6 million dollars.
At a public works and infrastructure committee meeting, decisions were made as to which roads would get priority repairs.
Some routes are anticipated to received a complete rebuild including Daffodil Crescent and Durham Crescent in the south end.
Money for the projects comes from the city’s infrastructure project budget which has had a special one-percent tax applied to it over the last three years.
In 2016, the city spent 9.3-million dollars on 66 projects.