Parks Master Plan


The City of Regina is developing a Parks Master Plan and we need residents' input to make sure we get it right.

Our 318 parks, more than 13 square kilometres of parkland, are used year-round.

The Parks Master Plan will include policies for the City’s park system as a whole and provide a clear path to sustain, improve and develop Regina’s parks.

City residents were surveyed in fall 2021 about our parks including how they’re used, what residents value about them and what could be improved. Over 1,900 respondents told us that:

  1. Nearly four in five visit City parks weekly and roughly two-thirds use City parks year-round
  2. Almost the same number of respondents said they enjoy unstructured activities like bird watching, picnicking or reading as those who access the parks for organized sporting activities or attending community events
  3. Most park users are interested in sustainability, conservation, more interpretive signage and naturalized spaces.

Review the results from the first round of engagement.

This round of engagement focuses on gathering feedback on a few key topics including irrigation, naturalized spaces, and priorities for improvements. This feedback will be used to shape policy directions within the Parks Master Plan.

Please note that this project does not include outdoor recreation facilities and structures like off-leash dog parks, tennis courts or community gardens. Planning for these types of facilities is addressed in Regina’s recent Recreation Master Plan. Additionally, this plan does not include Wascana Centre, which is independently planned and managed by the Provincial Capital Commission.


The City of Regina is developing a Parks Master Plan and we need residents' input to make sure we get it right.

Our 318 parks, more than 13 square kilometres of parkland, are used year-round.

The Parks Master Plan will include policies for the City’s park system as a whole and provide a clear path to sustain, improve and develop Regina’s parks.

City residents were surveyed in fall 2021 about our parks including how they’re used, what residents value about them and what could be improved. Over 1,900 respondents told us that:

  1. Nearly four in five visit City parks weekly and roughly two-thirds use City parks year-round
  2. Almost the same number of respondents said they enjoy unstructured activities like bird watching, picnicking or reading as those who access the parks for organized sporting activities or attending community events
  3. Most park users are interested in sustainability, conservation, more interpretive signage and naturalized spaces.

Review the results from the first round of engagement.

This round of engagement focuses on gathering feedback on a few key topics including irrigation, naturalized spaces, and priorities for improvements. This feedback will be used to shape policy directions within the Parks Master Plan.

Please note that this project does not include outdoor recreation facilities and structures like off-leash dog parks, tennis courts or community gardens. Planning for these types of facilities is addressed in Regina’s recent Recreation Master Plan. Additionally, this plan does not include Wascana Centre, which is independently planned and managed by the Provincial Capital Commission.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City of Regina is developing a Parks Master Plan and we need residents' input to make sure we get it right.

    The  Parks Master Plan will include policies for the City’s park system as a whole and provide a clear path to sustain, improve and develop Regina’s parks.

    Thank you for your input! This survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. 

    The survey will close at midnight on April 28, 2022.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Regina has a large and diverse system of city parks and open spaces, from carefully irrigated and mown fields, to community gardens, to more natural spaces, like Prairie Island in A.E. Wilson Park. Our city has 318 parks and a total of 1,324 hectares of parkland – more than 13 square kilometres! Some parks are small pocket or neighbourhood parks designed to be used mostly by local residents and others are large zone parks with many amenities, designed to serve the city-wide population. In addition to all this Regina has Wascana Centre, which is independently managed. 


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