Catalyst Committee Releases Community Survey Results

Today, the Catalyst Committee released the results of its recent online survey about five potential recreation and culture facility projects to revitalize Regina. Thousands of residents offered their thoughts and feedback about the proposed projects by attending one or more public information sessions, completing the online community survey or submitting comments and questions through Be Heard Regina.

“On behalf of the Catalyst Committee, thank you to the many residents who participated in the recent community engagement,” said Councillor Bob Hawkins, co-chair of the committee. “The input we received reflected a diversity of views as to prioritizing, siting and funding the proposed projects and will help inform the Committee’s recommendation.”

Eight public information sessions were held from October 17 to 20 at Mosaic Stadium where more than 800 attendees heard presentations on each of the five proposals – a multi-purpose events centre (arena), indoor aquatic facility, multi-purpose outdoor baseball event centre, synthetic outdoor field (soccer) and modernization of the central Regina Public Library.

“The level of engagement shown toward these projects demonstrates that we all have a desire to see our city grow and prosper while serving the needs of everyone who calls Regina home,” said Tim Reid, committee co-chair and president of REAL District. “As a committee, we are continuing to explore how to best align the proposals to maximize economic and community benefits and prepare a report with our recommendations for City Council early in the new year.”

Approximately 4,500 people completed the community survey that ran from October 17 to November 10, 2022. The responses included more than 12,000 open-ended comments.

Survey Results Summary
Catalyst open-ended responses

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