As a result of changing population across our community, a review of the 10 municipal wards is underway to ensure the city’s population is distributed evenly prior to the 2024 municipal election.
The City of Regina is required to review its ward boundaries after every three elections or when the population of a ward varies by more or less than 10 per cent from the average. This ensures every resident’s vote has equitable representation from their ward councilor. Wards with the greatest population changes include 2, 4, 7, and 8, as well as the newly annexed land north of ward 6.
View the proposed ward maps(External link) between March 13 and 17 in person at:
- City Hall
- Glen Cairn Recreational Centre
- Regina Public Library branches
- RCMP Heritage Centre
- TC Douglas Building/MacKenzie Art Gallery
Share your feedback and ask questions about the proposed maps in the comments tab below.
Residents are also invited to attend:
- An open house:
Thursday, March 23, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
City Hall cafeteria
Questions welcome! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org