Hillsdale Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan


The City of Regina is developing Hillsdale’s first-ever Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan! This plan will help shape future growth and development in your neighbourhood as we prepare for a growing population over the next 25 years.

Hillsdale was subdivided and developed between the 1950s and the 1970s. It is well-known for its quiet streets, large lots, rectangular, bungalow style homes and of course, its proximity to the beautiful Wascana Park, Wascana Parkway, University of Regina and Sask Polytechnic.

To help guide and shape new development, the Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan will focus on:

Land-Use: the location of different types of commercial buildings (shops, offices, salons) and residential homes (single-unit homes, townhouses, fourplexes, apartments).

Built-Form: the size, shape and character of houses and buildings.

By focusing on the different types of houses and buildings, where they are located and what they could look like, the Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan will provide guidance to the City, residents and developers regarding new applications for development and how the area is intended to change over time.

Other important community matters such as transportation, infrastructure and recreation are not included in this neighbourhood land-use planning process. These issues are addressed in different City policy documents, such as Master Plans.

To help explain the terms and concepts described below, please refer to the Resource Material section on this page, which includes some helpful videos.


The City of Regina is developing Hillsdale’s first-ever Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan! This plan will help shape future growth and development in your neighbourhood as we prepare for a growing population over the next 25 years.

Hillsdale was subdivided and developed between the 1950s and the 1970s. It is well-known for its quiet streets, large lots, rectangular, bungalow style homes and of course, its proximity to the beautiful Wascana Park, Wascana Parkway, University of Regina and Sask Polytechnic.

To help guide and shape new development, the Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan will focus on:

Land-Use: the location of different types of commercial buildings (shops, offices, salons) and residential homes (single-unit homes, townhouses, fourplexes, apartments).

Built-Form: the size, shape and character of houses and buildings.

By focusing on the different types of houses and buildings, where they are located and what they could look like, the Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan will provide guidance to the City, residents and developers regarding new applications for development and how the area is intended to change over time.

Other important community matters such as transportation, infrastructure and recreation are not included in this neighbourhood land-use planning process. These issues are addressed in different City policy documents, such as Master Plans.

To help explain the terms and concepts described below, please refer to the Resource Material section on this page, which includes some helpful videos.

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