The City or Regina’s Parks and Open Space department is hoping to reach out to Regina residents to help keep their parks clean.
While it is winter and people may not think it’s a problem, the city would like to avoid seeing dog waste in city parks come spring time.
The City’s Sean Raison explained why they are asking Regina residents to help out.
“We’re committed to keeping our parks and open spaces clean, we maintain our trash containers throughout the winter, we maintain our pathways,” Raison says. “We ask that users comply and use those containers with any kind of pet waste, any litter. Any kind of litter is 100% preventable and we ask people to do their part and help us keep our city clean.”
Raison also gave an update on the city’s tree pruning program, saying crews are now in the Heritage Park neighbourhood, and asks residents to take due care in this process.