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Public information session on intersection improvement: Lewvan and 13th Avenue

The City of Regina will be making improvements to the intersection of Lewvan Drive and 13th Avenue. Find out more at the public information session on March 2 from 4-8PM at 1717 Elpihnstone Street (Regina Sportplex Fieldhouse). Continue reading

Sidewalk snow removal

Snow is a burden to many of us, but for some residents a sidewalk that doesn't get shovelled is a serious obstacle. Here's some information about the City's Winter Maintenance Policy and sidewalk clearing. Remember, if you have questions or wish to lodge a complaint, please call 306-777-7000. Continue reading

The Right to a Healthy Environment

At tomorrow's Executive Committee meeting, Councillors will vote on the following motion: "That the City of Regina Declaration - The Right to a Healthy Environment (Appendix A), be adopted."  Continue reading

An overview of Regina's Utilities

Here's a summary of how Regina's utility rate system works. A great deal of thanks is owed to city staff who helped me compile this information.  Continue reading

The low down on winter road maintenance

"Wow, driving conditions on Saskatchewan roads in the winter are great!" - Said no one, ever. I get it, road conditions are not optimal in the winter. Welcome to Regina. But the City does a good job with the budget and resources it has. Want more trucks, more service, and sidewalk clearance? Let's talk mill rate increases. Here's some information about the current Winter Maintenance Policy. Continue reading

Did regina turn poop into gold?

On January 30, 2017, Regina City Council approved an extension and renegotiation of the Western Potash agreement. The motion passed, with one against. Continue reading

City of Regina Sustainability Highlights 2017

Here is a list of environmental sustainability objectives that the City of Regina has taken on since 2008, as well as a few upcoming projects. What do you think we should add to this list? Continue reading

Council discussion on Truth and Reconciliation

The City of Regina is moving ahead with its adoption of recommendations put forward in the Truth and Reconciliation Report. Continue reading

SaskForward means changes for Regina

There were a lot of great conversations today at the SaskForward event here in Regina. Continue reading

It's time for Regina to develop a plan to end homelessness

It's time for Regina to follow the lead of communities like Medicine Hat and develop a strategy to end homelessness. Continue reading