2250 Lindsay Street, Regina S4N 3C3; (306) 522-3930; firstname.lastname@example.org
ARCA offers a variety of arts and culture workshops, recreational activities and educational seminars. Most of the programs at Al Ritchie are drop-in and free of charge.
Albert Park is located in South Regina. The Albert Park Community Association offers a variety of programs for kids, teens and adults.
3860 Buckingham Drive, Regina S4V 3A1; (306) 525-3401
The Arcola East Community Association (AECA) serves the ever-expanding southeast area of the City. It is based in the Arcola East Community Centre.
Argyle Park/Engelwood is located in the north end of Regina. Many programs are offered as well as a preschool.
The Boot Hill Community Association is a volunteer, non-profit organization serving the Boot Hill (i.e. Douglas Park) region of Regina.
The Cathedral area is a 235 hectare residential area located immediately to the west of Regina's downtown.
Located in the west end of Regina, Dieppe Place is one of the city's smaller communities.
The East Zone Board represents the Arcola East, Boothill and the Dewdney East areas. We provide recreation and community programs that are offered zone wide.
It is the Heritage Community Association mandate to provide relevant needs-based programs, services, and support to help create a healthy community environment.
regina; (306) 585-6503
Hillsdale is a vibrant community in south Regina that is endowed with beautifully treed streets and many parks. Learn more about us and the programs that we offer to all Regina residents. Please have a good look around the HCA web site.
The Lakeview Community Association is a lightning rod for recreational activities in the Lakeview neighbourhood of Regina, Saskatchewan. We offer soccer, skating and more!
We are a vibrant community located off the Lewvan between Dewdney Avenue and the CPR tracks. We are close to downtown and have easy access to all parts of the City.
Find program information for the Normanview West Community Association
Prairie View Community Association provides programs that make our local community safe, fun and enriching for all.
Regina; (306) 501-2406; email@example.com
The North East Community Association continues to grow and strive towards being the hub of resources, partnerships, information, programming, and activities within the North East Community.
This family neighborhood consisting of approximately 4500 households, is located in West Regina and partly borders on the lovely A.E. Wilson Park/bicycle path. The Rosemont Mount Royal Community Association is one of the 10 Community Associations affiliated with the West Zone Board.
The Sherwood Estates/McCarthy Park Community Association has a number of programs for pre-schoolers, teens and adults.
170 Sunset Drive, Regina; (306) 565-1312; firstname.lastname@example.org
The South Zone Recreation Board (SZRB) organizes and runs programs such as indoor soccer, indoor and outdoor T-ball, and softball. Love gardening? Our programs also include the Community Gardens!
The Twin Lakes Community Association Executive is made up of members of the community who all share the same common goal of wanting to improve our community for our family and friends.
20 Weekes Crescent, Regina; (306) 949-5137
The Uplands Community Association offers programs for kids to adults. You can also find information about the community.
(306) 584-9391; email@example.com
The Walsh Acres/Lakeridge/Garden Ridge Community Association is part of the West Zone Board and is established under the City of Regina, Community Services and Parks Department. Our Community is bordered on the south by 9th Avenue North, on the west by McCarthy Boulevard, on the north by the City limits and on the east by Pasqua Street.
1127 Arnason Street North, Regina; (306) 791-0226; firstname.lastname@example.org
The West Zone Board is made up of volunteer representatives from the following community associations: Dieppe, McNab, Normanview West, Prairie View, Regent Park/Normanview, Rosemont/Mt. Royal, Sherwood/McCarthy, Twin Lakes, and Walsh Acres/Lakeridge/Gardenridge.
Whitmore Park is a community within the city of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The WPCA is a non-profit association of volunteers that help to make Whitmore Park a GREAT place to live!