RPS Campus & Municipal Justice Building Redevelopment

Construction set to begin on Regina Police Service Campus Development Project

Construction is set to begin on a building that will link the current Regina Police Service (RPS) headquarters and the former Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) bus depot. The link between the two existing buildings is the next phase in the Regina Police Service Campus Development project, which will better support the current and future needs of the police service.

The first part of this work is to create a new temporary public entrance to RPS headquarters and to close the Osler Street entrance from Saskatchewan Drive. The new public entrance will provide the same access to all RPS services including the front desk and criminal record checks. This new entrance can be accessed via 11th Avenue and will be in use until the new link facility is operational in 2023. Signage will be installed to direct the public to the new entrance.

Additionally, the City also plans to redevelop the nearby Municipal Justice Building at 1770 Halifax Street into a neighbourhood community centre and police training and fitness facility. Construction activities will begin to startup in March. Feedback from a recent public survey will help inform future programming at the centre as well as help to finalize the design.

Go to Regina.ca for updates on infrastructure projects.

Construction set to begin on Regina Police Service Campus Development Project

Construction is set to begin on a building that will link the current Regina Police Service (RPS) headquarters and the former Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) bus depot. The link between the two existing buildings is the next phase in the Regina Police Service Campus Development project, which will better support the current and future needs of the police service.

The first part of this work is to create a new temporary public entrance to RPS headquarters and to close the Osler Street entrance from Saskatchewan Drive. The new public entrance will provide the same access to all RPS services including the front desk and criminal record checks. This new entrance can be accessed via 11th Avenue and will be in use until the new link facility is operational in 2023. Signage will be installed to direct the public to the new entrance.

Additionally, the City also plans to redevelop the nearby Municipal Justice Building at 1770 Halifax Street into a neighbourhood community centre and police training and fitness facility. Construction activities will begin to startup in March. Feedback from a recent public survey will help inform future programming at the centre as well as help to finalize the design.

Go to Regina.ca for updates on infrastructure projects.

  • Summary

    Planning for the redevelopment of the Regina Police Service (RPS) campus continues. In 2018, the City of Regina acquired the former Saskatchewan Transit Company (STC) bus depot and parking lots beside the current RPS Headquarters to create a larger, enhanced campus to better support the police service.

    The project involves renovations to the existing RPS Headquarters and the former STC building as well as a new building to link the two facilities. The new building will include a new main public entrance as well as multi-purpose and community spaces. Check out the Site Plan.

    As the RPS campus progresses, the City and RPS are seeking feedback on space for programs that will be accessed by the community as well as how the exterior of the property fits in with the community along Saskatchewan Drive, and at Osler Street and 11th Avenue. We are specifically interested in hearing from the immediate neighbouring communities but welcome input from the broader Regina public.

    The City will invest approximately $44 million to complete the new RPS campus.

    As well, the City also plans to redevelop the adjacent Municipal Justice Building (1770 Halifax Street) into a neighbourhood community centre and police training and fitness facility. This project includes preserving the heritage of the facility while designing space that will house a designated police fitness area, as well as specific community space for gatherings and recreation and creating a multi-purpose gymnasium that will be shared by the community and police.

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