Need to Know: Record temps, Water Bills, and the Caring Place!

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20 spots across the province had record low temperatures yesterday morning including here in Regina where it was -4.5 beating the old record of -3.3 set in 1898; Moose Jaw also broke a record hitting -5.5 breaking the old record of -2.8 in 1895.

 

On Thursday, September 10, 2020, The Garage Band from Regina will perform live from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Caring Place.  This fundraising event will promote The Caring Place as a “Point of Contact” and will be livestreamed at www.thecaringplace.ca. Donations can be made online.

A non-profit organization, The Caring Place has provided mental health and addiction counselling services in Regina and area for almost 30 years.  Professionally trained staff members provide a place of safety and trust to people of all ages to deal successfully with personal issues, mental health challenges and/or addictions.

 

The City of Regina is making alternate payment options available for water utility customers who are experiencing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 Utility customers have had the opportunity to defer payments on their monthly bills since March 2020. Customers with outstanding account balances are encouraged to contact the City by September 30 to make payment arrangements.

 Two interest-free payment options are available: 

Option 1:       Sign up for Budget Billing at Regina.ca/utilitypayment and pay the past due amount in 12 equal installments. An equalized payment will be calculated based on the last 12 months of the customer’s billing history. 

Option 2:       Contact the City at 306-777-7000 to discuss a customized payment arrangement for the past due amount that can be paid in monthly installments up to 12 months.

 Overdue penalties will resume on October 1, 2020.

 

 

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