There will be a temporary road closure today, April 20,2017, at 2nd St. E. and 2nd Ave. beginning at 10:00am to accommodate a culvert replacement.
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ROAD CLOSURE - effective Tuesday, March 28, 2017 until further notice.
The Lane (Fairchild Lane) between Donovel's and ChaChaLaca's will be closed on the east end between the two properties to accommodate work being carried out. The Lane will still be accessible from the west end, 1st St. W.
Thank you for your cooperation.
There is a new speed limit on Highway 54 starting just west of the school to Centre St. The new speed limit is 70 km/hr.
If you are interested in having a float in the Canada Day 150 Parade at Regina Beach, contact is Linda @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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It has come to our attention that the Contact page on our website has been down due to server maintenance. We have not received emails sent through this page since January 16th. If you have sent anything since that date through our webpage, please email us directly. We are working with our provider to correct this and it should be resolved soon. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. We appreciate your patience.
REMINDER: Due date for taxes is December 31st each year. Please take into consideration that the office is closed over the Holiday Season. Payments date stamped by the post office December 31 or prior will be honoured. Payments may also be made by post dated cheque, online banking, or dropped in the drop slot to the south of the main door at the Town Office. All unpaid utility arrears will be transferred to your tax account if not paid by December 31st. All arrears will be subject to a 1.25% per month interest charge commencing January 1, 2017, and the 1st of each month following until paid in full.
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Public Works will be undertaking drainage improvements on MacMurchy Ave. between 2nd St. W. and 3rd St. W. The work will require the road to be CLOSED from 9:00am this morning to late Thursday, November 24th, and possibly to Friday morning, November 25th.
Canadian Utility, the SaskEnergy contractor, will be moving to 5th Avenue to complete their upgrades/repairs on that street after they complete 6th Avenue. It is anticipated that both crews will be busy on 5th Avenue for most of next week. They have indicated that they will make every attempt to carry out their operations such that at least one-lane of traffic is open to traffic. They will manage traffic control for the two-way when required.
ASL Paving will be prepping sections for pavement repairs. The areas they are planning to complete include:
Road Closures & Limitations - Please note that 14th Street East will be closed to traffic tomorrow from Bryden Crescent to 5th Avenue. The other area that may have some traffic flow disruptions is 3rd Avenue. The work on 2nd Street East will be limited in scope/area and as such will not require closure of the entire roadway.
SaskEnergy's schedule as part of the 2016 Infrastructure Renewal Project by Canadian Utility Contractor has been modified. One of the two crews have been directed to Bryden Crescent to complete a couple of jobs/service connections. Once they have completed these , the crew will me moving onto 6th Avenue to assist their other crew with finishing the work on that street. It is our understanding that this work will take them into tomorrow. Then sometime tomorrow November 15th, one crew will move to 7th Avenue and the other to 5th Avenue.
Lack of traffic access was brought to the Town's attention. The following is an update:
14th St. E. between 5th Ave. and the first access to Bryden Cres. - traffic access restricted to one lane.
12th St. E. south of 5th Ave - SaskEnergy will be making access for traffic.
We thank you for your patience while rectifying the situation.
November 4, 2016 - 14th St E between 5th Ave and Bryden Cres. will be closed from Friday Nov. 4th and may not re-open until Monday Nov. 7th at the latest.
Beginning Friday, November 4, 2016 - 5th Ave from 6th St. E. to 8th St. E. will be closed for a maximum of 2 days for paving work.
Oct 27/16 - Canadian Utility have advised that work on 16th Street will be initiated today. The SaskEnergy utility upgrade work will last today October 27th and tomorrow October 28th. There is a possibility that the work may extend to Monday October 31st. Confirmation of this will be provided in the afternoon tomorrow October 28th based on the status of their progress. This crew will be moving on to Bryden Crescent once the upgrades on 16th Street east are completed.
It should also be noted that work on Centre Street is on-going with the other Canadian Utility crew. The duration of the disruptions on Centre Street have yet to be confirmed by the contractor. It is anticipated that an update will be forthcoming later this morning.
Both crews have been directed to properly delineate their work areas and provide as much warning signage as possible such that residents/drivers are aware of the situation. Furthermore, Canadian Utility have been directed to apprise and work with area residents during their operations to minimize the impacts to all.
Oct 26/16 - Canadian Utility is working on completing work on Shaw Drive. It is expected work on Shaw will be completed October 27th or 28th. The crew will then be completing work on 16th St. East. The initial plan was to move to Bryden Crescent after Shaw Drive was complete. However, work priorities have been adjusted by SaskEnergy and Canadian Utility has been directed to complete work on 16th St E. Once all upgrades/repairs are completed on 16th St E, the crew will then be moving to Bryden Crescent. Canadian Utility will be advising those residents impacted by this work in advance of moving into the area.
Oct 21/16-Canadian Utility will be finishing their work on Briere Drive sometime today and moving on to Shaw Drive. Preparation work on Shaw Drive was initiated yesterday and will continue today. Work on the services will start either later today or Monday October 24th 2016. They have indicated that the road is narrow so it will need to be closed at times. They will strive to have the closure limited to parts of the day but if necessary it may be for the whole day.
Oct 13/16-SaskEnergy’s contractor, Canadian Utility, is currently working in the 300 Block of 1st Street East. It is likely that they will be there till Friday or Monday depending on the scope of the work. Once completed the contractor will be moving to the east side of Center Street from the Esso gas station moving north past the Home Hardware store.
Oct 13/16 - The 300 Block of Fairchild Ave. has been closed to accommodate road repairs. This closure could last until tomorrow (Fri. Oct 14/16). Thank you.
Memorial Hall Drop In Wednesday, November 9/16
10:00am-12:30pm and 1:30 to 3:00pm
To view 2016 schedule & locations for rural Regina Influenza Clinics
Second history book of Regina Beach and surrounding communities.
or; contact Judy at 306-729-2067
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The Regina Beach Recreation Site beach change house will be closed starting Tuesday September 6th for water and sewer line repairs. Washroom facilities are available by the boat launch and fish filleting building.
Thank you, Saskatchewan Parks
July 11, 2016 @ 10:45am - The Regina Beach Public Works and Utilities Department (PWUD) wishes to advise that Environment Canada is expecting more precipitation in the Regina Beach area on July 11, 2016.
Please note that town water and drainage issues are being dealt with on a priority basis.
The PWUD thanks all residents for their patience during the period of challenge.
The Regina Beach Public Works & Utilities Department is pleased to report the re-opening of 4th Ave. from 6th St. East to 9th St. East. The road restoration for this section of roadway will require several steps. As a first step, the Department has graded the road. Once the exising road surface has been sufficiently compacted by traffic, staff will return to the street and begin the next phase which will include building up the road structure with additional granular material.
This is a reminder that as per Town Bylaw No. 5/2011 Fireworks are not allowed in Town.
To report fireworks outside of regular office hours, please call the Lumsden RCMP. RCMP have the authority to enforce this bylaw.
The Town has hired pest control to look after the gopher problem at the ball diamond and Lions Park.
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Verbal or physical harassment of Town Staff will NOT be tolerated.
We have a zero tolerance policy for any forms of harassment or threats (verbal or physical), direct or implied, as well as violence or physical conduct.
With the current state of events, the Town Staff are working extremely hard and to the best of their abilities to complete work as efficiently as possible.
Our Staff have the right to work in an environment free from harassment or behaviour that creates an intimidating, offensive, or hostile work environment.
Any/all incidents of harassment will be reported to management and recorded.
If Town Staff feel threatened or an extreme disturbance is caused, the RCMP will be contacted.
eNotice Utility Billing Available
The Town of Regina Beach is participating in a testing period for eNotice Utility Billing. This testing period will be for the first three billing quarters of 2016. This will allow residents to receive Utility Notices via email.
Any resident interested must register by completing the Consent Form and returning it to the office either:
- in person
- in our drop slot
- by mail to Box 10, Regina Beach, SK S0G 4C0 or
- via email to email@example.com.
If testing goes well, eNotice Utility Billing will remain an option for residents.
Nov. 28th 2015 GRAND PRIZE & RAFFLE WINNERS REGINA BEACH VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS CHRISTMAS TRADESHOW
The Lumsden RCMP would like to remind the public to ensure that their property is secured and locked at all times. Please ensure that your vehicles are locked at all times and do not leave spare keys for your vehicle or items of value inside your vehicle. Also ensure that all outbuildings and garages are kept locked at all times.
There have been a rash of thefts from unlocked vehicles in the Regina Beach area and the RCMP is asking for the public's assistance in these matters.
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The following information has been provided by the Water Security Agency:
Sent on behalf of Dale Hjertaas Executive Director, Policy and Communications for the Water Security Agency.
As you know, Water Security Agency is examining a potential project to divert flow of Kutawagan Creek away from Big Quill Lake to Last Mountain Lake. The intent is to slow the rise of the Quill Lakes and reduce flooding, protect highways and prevent an overflow of saline water from Big Quill into Last Mountain Lake. Some of the concerns Water Security Agency is receiving about the project are based on inaccurate information on the project and its effects. We have therefore prepared the attached fact sheet to provide a brief description of the proposed project, its status, and answer a number of the questions we are hearing. While we have shared this information at our open houses and consultation meetings, not everyone was able to visit one of the open houses.
Additional information on the proposed project is available at the Water Security Agency website (www.wsask.ca).
SaskEnergy will be working over the next few weeks on maintenance and upgrades around Regina Beach.
August 31, 2015 - work will be starting at 7th St. E. & 4th Ave. and 4th St. E. and 3rd Ave.
The Town has been approved for designation for July 27 & 28, 2015. See Town Office/PDAP-Provincial Disaster Assistance Program page for more information.
Jun 11/15 - Please note that on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, the Town office will be undergoing some computer network maintenance. As such, there will be disrupted access to our computer system and ability to process payments. We ask that residents please hold requests until our system is back online Wed. Jun 17/15. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.
Good afternoon. This is a press release for the Town of Regina Beach.
Over the past year the Town of Regina Beach has been experiencing issues pertaining to slope stability worsened by the high water levels that have plagued South Saskatchewan. This has had an impact on properties as well as water service in Regina Beach. To date in 2015, the Town has experienced over 30 water main breaks/separations affecting a number of residences, at times as many as 20 or more. On Monday, May 18th the Town had a serious water main break/separation which could not be isolated for repairs using conventional methods. As such, the Public Works department was required to alter water service to the entire community. This drastic measure permitted the Town maintenance forces to undertake the necessary repairs much quicker than using other methods. This resulted in the resumption of water service within 24 hours to most of the community with the exception of a few streets where other breaks/separations had occurred.
The Town will continue to communicate the status of its water services to its businesses and residents via its website, Facebook and media releases.
The after hours water emergency phone number is for reporting water emergencies only. (ie: water main breaks or water service line breaks). Please do not call this number for inquiry or questions or comments. Please be respectful. Town staff work hard to respond to emergency water situations. Thank you for your cooperation.
It is a Bylaw that all houses in Regina Beach have a number positioned in such a place as to make it visible from the street. Failure to comply with this bylaw could result in a fine.
All fishing shacks are required to be labelled with name, phone number, and address. Shacks must be off of the lake by no later than March 15.
Shacks not adhering to the above may be removed from the lake. Contact the Ministry of Environment at 306-787-2080 or the Town Office at 306-729-2202.
"Every person who owns, possesses or harbours any dog over the age of three months, (onus of proving age of the animal shall be on the owner thereof) shall not later than the 15th day of January in each year or within thirty (30) days of becoming an owner, obtain a license and shall pay therefore an annual fee as set out in Schedule “A” of this bylaw. All licenses issued under the provisions of this bylaw shall expire on December 31 next following the date of issue."
License are available at the Town office which is open from 8:30 - 4:30 Monday to Friday.
Owners of all dogs found wandering can be subject to a fine and if they are not licensed the fine will be adjusted to include the license fee of $5 for dogs that are neutered and $25 for dogs not neutered.
Keep your dogs safe!! and remember not everyone likes dogs!!
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Released on December 15, 2014
The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport will be working with the Town of Regina Beach to improve drainage within the provincial recreation site.
The heavy rain during the summer of 2014 has resulted in soil saturation and caused erosion and ground slumping of the recreation site. Drainage improvements will help to prevent water ponding and reduce the impacts from run-off.
The ministry commissioned an independent engineering firm to inspect the recreation site and develop a drainage plan. The work will take place on the east side of the recreation site, along an old railway bed that has been converted into a walking trail. The work will include the removal of vegetation along the walking path, grading improvements and the installation of several culverts.
This drainage work will begin immediately and will continue as long as weather and working conditions permit as the culverts will be an important part of mitigating erosion during spring run-off. Remediation of the site will be determined as the final stage of this project.
The Government of Saskatchewan recognizes the value and importance of Saskatchewan’s provincial parks and continues to invest in them. The 2014-15 Budget increased funding to provincial parks by 4.6 per cent and capital investments will total a record $14.9 million this year.
If you're wondering if that plant in your yard, along a path, or just around is an invasive one, check out this website: http://wuqwatr.ca/protect-your-watershed/invasive-weeds . It will help you identify it and how to get rid of it!