WELCOME TO REGINA DOWNTOWN

The Regina Downtown Business Improvement District (RDBID) provides a range of business and community services to promote and enhance Downtown.

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Work Outside the Box in Victoria Park

RDBID and Queen City Collective have partnered to create a space for you to work outside this summer in Victoria Park — Work Outside the Box! Every Thursday until 2pm, come out for free outdoor workspace, WiFi access, comfy seating, ask an expert over...

Regina Downtown Welcomes New Clean Team Members

We'd like to give a warm welcome to our newest Clean Team members, Alex, Adam, JD and Billy from the Autism Resource Centre! Keep an eye out for these tidy guys, they'll be out all summer long working hard to make downtown Regina shine!...

MARKET UNDER THE STARS: VENDOR SPOTLIGHT

Introducing Nacho Fiesta Food Truck! As one of Market Under the Stars’ amazing food trucks, Nacho Fiesta and owner Tim Philip makes delicious tacos and nachos right on board! This vendor creates a unique blend of traditional and non-traditional ingredients to showcase...

MOSAIC STADIUM SHUTTLE

Why tackle traffic? Catch the shuttles to and from home games for FREE! Pick-up locations are on Saskatchewan Drive at Hamilton Street eastbound (adjacent to the Delta Hotel), and on Victoria Avenue at Scarth Street westbound.

CASINO REGINA SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

@Market Under the Stars

Live music 5-9pm

REGINA FARMERS' MARKET

Regina Farmers’ Market – Outdoors on City Square Plaza every Wednesday and Saturday from May 5 – October 6.

The Regina Downtown Business Improvement District (RDBID) is an organization that provides a range of business and community services to promote and enhance Downtown’s unique assets, to improve conditions for businesses operating in the district, and to improve the quality of life for those who shop, work, live and play Downtown.

© 2018 Regina Downtown Business Improvement District

CONTACT US

1822 Scarth St., 2nd Floor
Regina, SK S4P 2G3

PHONE:306.359.7541

FAX:306.359.9060

THIS PROJECT RECEIVED FUNDING THROUGH THE GOVERNMENT OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN STREET SASKATCHEWAN PROGRAM