Welcome to Regina!
Regina is vibrant and growing, the second-fastest growing city in all of Canada, boasting the highest rate of international immigration on a per capita basis. We are a culturally diverse city offering infinite opportunities for residents and visitors. Our parks and leisure facilities provide recreational activities for every season. Our museums, galleries, arts centres and performing arts spaces also contribute to our rich cultural scene. We have many unique shopping and dining opportunities to experience.
All in all, Regina is growing and will continue to prosper. That’s visible in the way we do business, strive to be leaders, and plan for the future.
City employees work diligently to provide safe drinking water, garbage collection, sewage treatment, road maintenance, fire protection and many other programs and services. The City of Regina strives to provide excellent customer service to residents and visitors through Regina.ca, Facebook and Twitter, our Service Regina call centre, and in person at our facilities.
Navigate through Regina.ca to learn more about this great community, the City of Regina and City Council.
Mayor Michael Fougere
Michael Fougere was elected as Regina’s 48th Mayor on October 24, 2012. He has a wealth of experience with municipal government, having served five terms as the City Council representative for Ward 4 in southeast Regina.
Mayor Fougere has led City Council forward on important files like homelessness, reconciliation, and economic development. During his tenure, the City has made significant progress on major infrastructure improvements, including the creation of the Residential Road Renewal Plan, the construction of a modernized, more efficient Waste Water Treatment Plant and the Regina Revitalization Initiative. This transformational multi-project initiative includes the construction and opening of Regina’s iconic new stadium, planning and design for a new neighbourhood that will be developed on the former CP Rail container yards north of the downtown, and the creation of a new neighbourhood on the former stadium site.
Mayor Fougere holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from St. Francis Xavier University and a Master’s of Science degree from the London School of Economics. He has lived and worked in several provinces, Asia and Europe, in the field of economic development.
Mayor's Housing Commission
The Mayor’s Housing Commission is responsible for guiding the City’s affordable housing initiatives, implementing the Comprehensive Housing Strategy and identifying and recommending practical ways to alleviate housing issues.
I Love Regina
"I Love Regina” is not just a slogan, but an emotion that drives all Reginans. It represents the heart citizens wear on their sleeves every day; sleeves rolled up in a constant and collective effort to make Regina the best it can be.
Meet & Greet Sessions
On Friday, June 7, residents will have the opportunity to meet with Mayor Fougere to discuss any ideas, concerns or issues they wish to bring to his attention.
The Meet & Greet will run from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the Mayor's office at City Hall.
Residents will meet with the Mayor on a first come first served basis. Residents are reminded that they must bring photo ID in order to receive a visitor’s pass to enter the City Hall tower. Mayor Fougere welcomes the opportunity to engage with residents and looks forward to the feedback they will provide.
Invitations, Greetings & Proclamation Requests
You can invite the Mayor to your next event or meeting, request written greetings or congratulatory messages, or request a proclamation. Please provide as much notice and information as possible.
Light the Lights
I Love Regina Day
State of the City Address