News & Notices

Christmas Wishes to the Mayor!

November 20, 2020

The Mayor of Regina Beach has proclaimed the evergreen tree in front of the Town Office as the “Mayor’s Tree” and is inviting any and all Ratepayers to place their Christmas Wish Upon the Tree!

Starting December 1st if you have a wish or messge for the Regina Beach Council, simply take a Santa bag ornament off the tree….print your message, and put it back in the ornamnet on the tree.

New Website Coming!

November 19, 2020

After listening to feedback from residents & some careful consideration, the Town has been busy working on a new & improved website for the past few weeks. A new, custom-designed, mobile responsive website design with more information to ensure more of our residents are well informed. We are looking at ensuring that the information a user is looking for is easy to access and that the site is simple to use. This new website will help provide a great opportunity for enhanced communications. While the website is a very important tool for communications, we realize that there are many other forms of communication as well, and we are working on more improvements. So stay tuned for more changes in the way we communicate.

Snow Windrows in Driveways

November 16, 2020

Our Public Works crew has been been busy working on snow removal today, however, we would like to apologize for leaving snow windrows in front of driveways. The grader wing blade is down and being replaced. It is expected that it will be back in working order by Friday. In the meantime the Bobcat will be going around to clear the windrows in front of driveways as soon as possible. Please be patient while they try to get around to everyone.


November 16, 2020

Reminder:  Effective today (Monday, November 16) Masks are Mandatory in all indoor public spaces in Regina Beach, as directed by Public Health Orders declared by the Chief Medical Health Officer of Saskatchewan.

Remember physical distancing measures and all other restrictions remain in place.

If you see any non-compliance, you do have the right to report it through the “COVID-19 Public Health Order Non-Compliance Reporting Form” by clicking here.