city of regina

Maple Leaf Pool concept design released

Oct 10, 2019 | 7:00pm

The City of Regina is releasing the concept design to the new Maple Leaf Pool project. The city estimates it will cost $4.5 Million for the new pool, which will feature an L-shape design with zero-depth entrance and partially separated and well marked deep end. Mayor Michael Fougere says it’s good to have the designs […]

City of Regina set to begin landfill rehabilitation project

Sep 18, 2019 | 9:40am

A rehabilitation project will begin on Monday at Regina’s Fleet Street Landfill. Work will be done on the two inbound holding lanes to replace aging infrastructure and improve drivability. Crews will remove existing asphalt and upgrade the entry lanes to concrete. The city says work will be phased so only one entry lane is closed […]

Lewvan Drive project nearing completion

Sep 17, 2019 | 7:00pm

Construction season is almost near an end in Regina, and one major project is scheduled to be completed by the end of the week. Lewvan Drive has been worked on since May 13, and also saw the first use of the interchangeable middle lane in a Regina construction zone. The city’s Chris Warren said over […]

City of Regina holds official community plan open house

Sep 12, 2019 | 7:15am

The city of Regina’s Official Community Plan was open for public review Wednesday at City Hall. Residents were able to look over the different aspects of the plan, the progress made and what is to come as part of the OCP. Councillor Jason Mancinelli said it’s important to get involved in municipal matters like this. […]

Change to school zone signage ‘over 90% complete’

Aug 27, 2019 | 8:57pm

As the first day of school for both Regina school divisions is coming up on Tuesday, the city of Regina is promising residents all school zones will be properly marked in time for the new school year. The city says over 90% of school zones are already complete, adding it is a lengthy process to […]

Mosquito numbers below average in Regina

Aug 20, 2019 | 4:57pm

For the first time in over a month, the City of Regina is reporting a below average number of mosquitoes in the city’s control zone. Crews are reporting 55 mosquitoes were caught per trap in the city, four lower than the historic average of 59. City spokesperson Russell Eirich said while there’s been a lot […]

Sewer back up to blame for latest sink hole in Regina

Aug 6, 2019 | 5:00am

  The City of Regina says a sewer back up caused by mud and dirt is mainly what caused the latest sink hole to open up at Pasqua Street and Parliament Avenue last Thursday. Director of Water, Waste and Environmental Services, Pat Wilson said because of the location, repairs will be fairly complex. “There’s several […]

City of Regina watching for species at risk

Jul 23, 2019 | 4:26pm

The city of Regina is hoping residents can keep the city in the loop when it comes to two types of birds who habitat in the city. Both the shrike and the barn swallow are considered species at risk, as well as the monarch butterfly, and the city would like you to report any sightings […]

City of Regina holds annual ladybug event

Jul 18, 2019 | 4:38pm

About 250,000 ladybugs were dispersed to kids in Regina’s Victoria park Thursday. It’s the third annual event that the city of Regina organizes to teach kids about the usefulness of ladybugs. Spokesperson Russell Eirich said using ladybugs is a pesticide free way to control aphids. “We don’t always have to use pesticides, our area tries to […]