RPS Campus & Municipal Justice Building Redevelopment

The City of Regina continues to plan the redevelopment of the Municipal Justice Building (MJB) at 1770 Halifax Street into a neighbourhood community centre and fitness/training space for Regina Police Service (RPS).

In our August 2020 public survey, we heard that community members and stakeholders are most interested in having access to space for classes/programs, sport and recreation, community gatherings, performance and event space and kitchen facilities. We also heard it is important to create a space that can be operated independently and without RPS presence to ensure a welcoming community atmosphere, but that would also allow for interaction with the RPS when holding joint programming.

Using this feedback, the City has developed the conceptual design for redevelopment of the MJB.


The City of Regina continues to plan the redevelopment of the Municipal Justice Building (MJB) at 1770 Halifax Street into a neighbourhood community centre and fitness/training space for Regina Police Service (RPS).

In our August 2020 public survey, we heard that community members and stakeholders are most interested in having access to space for classes/programs, sport and recreation, community gatherings, performance and event space and kitchen facilities. We also heard it is important to create a space that can be operated independently and without RPS presence to ensure a welcoming community atmosphere, but that would also allow for interaction with the RPS when holding joint programming.

Using this feedback, the City has developed the conceptual design for redevelopment of the MJB.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Municipal Justice Building (MJB) redevelopment plan includes construction of a multi-purpose room/gymnasium to the north side of the building. While primarily a community space, the design allows Regina Police Service (RPS) to use the multi-purpose room/gymnasium for training with no public access. The building will also have dedicated space for RPS training and fitness facilities on the third floor.

    A key component of the project is preserving the heritage characteristics of the building, which will be considered throughout the redevelopment process. View the conceptual design for redevelopment of the MJB. Please respond before midnight, December 23, 2020.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The project team wants to know how to ensure that the community space is welcoming. 

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