With a chill in the air, winter is coming – whether we like it or now.
With that, the City of Regina is holding an information session for residents affected by snow removal routes.
Norman Kyle, Director of Roadways and Transportation for the city, says residents do offer some concerns about snow removal.
“Most of the concerns are about ‘where do I park?'” Kyle says. “That was part of the reason these selections were selections as snow routes, is they are typical of other areas where we have issues of removing snow, and also the fact there are quite a few side streets that, when we did our survey analysis, had spare parking capacity that residents could go to.”
Kyle says people can get information through email as well.
“Any residents who want to find out more about the pilot project, how it works, how will the implementing timeline, implementation and parking, or if they just want it, they can come out and they can actually sign up to get email notifications at the information session if they want.”
The next information night will take place Wednesday at the St. Mary’s Hall on Winnipeg Street.
The information session kicks off at 4:30 and runs until 7:00.