By Chidi Igwe
Chidi Igwe, Regina, Saskatchewan

The City of Regina is gearing up for a busy construction season with a significant investment of $282 million! This initiative aims to improve infrastructure, enhance transportation, and contribute to an overall more vibrant Regina.

The project scope encompasses various areas crucial to the city's well-being. Residents can expect improvements in:

  • Transportation
  • Water systems
  • Wastewater management
  • Drainage systems
  • City facilities
  • Parks and recreation areas

Multi-Year Projects Underway

Several multi-year projects have already begun, including:

  • Revitalization of the Dewdney Avenue corridor (Albert Street to Broad Street)
  • Water Network Expansion Project (Year 2)

Residents can expect additional projects to commence throughout spring and summer. These include the second phase of 11th Avenue construction, starting in early May. The City will provide detailed information about specific projects closer to their start dates.

Chidi Igwe, Regina, Saskatchewan

Residential Road Renewal Continues

Investing in residential roads remains a key priority. This year, the City has allocated over $16.5 million for improvements to roughly 16.5 kilometers of residential roads. Since the program's inception in 2015, the City has invested a total of $124.4 million, resulting in enhancements to over 192.9 kilometers of local roads.

Safety and Information

The City is committed to a smooth construction season. Residents are encouraged to plan ahead, be patient with potential delays, and prioritize safety by slowing down and driving cautiously around construction zones.

For updates on traffic restrictions, visit the City's Road Report at You can also find detailed information about specific projects on the City's construction webpage at