Winter Maintenance Policy Review


The City of Regina is reviewing the service levels, costs and implications of winter maintenance operations and we want your feedback. Your input, along with other research, will help us to develop recommendations for consideration by City Council in late 2020.

With a budget of $8.9 million in 2020, the City’s winter maintenance program strives to support the safety of residents, as well as the attractiveness and economic viability of our community. To achieve this objective, we follow a winter maintenance policy which guides our service levels for activities like plowing of streets, alleys and sidewalks, ice control, snow removal and how these activities are prioritized.

Before Wednesday, March 4, let us know what winter maintenance service levels you think should change and what should stay the same.


The City of Regina is reviewing the service levels, costs and implications of winter maintenance operations and we want your feedback. Your input, along with other research, will help us to develop recommendations for consideration by City Council in late 2020.

With a budget of $8.9 million in 2020, the City’s winter maintenance program strives to support the safety of residents, as well as the attractiveness and economic viability of our community. To achieve this objective, we follow a winter maintenance policy which guides our service levels for activities like plowing of streets, alleys and sidewalks, ice control, snow removal and how these activities are prioritized.

Before Wednesday, March 4, let us know what winter maintenance service levels you think should change and what should stay the same.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City of Regina is reviewing its Winter Maintenance Policy and seeking resident input.

    The City of Regina is reviewing its Winter Maintenance Policy and seeking resident input.

    Consultation has concluded