The third and final phase of Regina Revitalization Initiative offers an exciting opportunity to rejuvenate one of Regina’s historic neighbourhoods.
After the old stadium is gone, approximately 20 acres of City-owned land will be rife with possibility.The goal is to collaborate with the existing community on a redevelopment plan for the area. Envisioned is a new mixed-use community within walking distance of the new stadium, the redeveloped Railyard site/Warehouse District and downtown. We expect the plan to include a range of housing options to help meet the diverse needs of Regina’s growing population while respecting the heritage of Regina’s North Central neighbourhood.

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Decommissioning and Demolition of the stadium at Taylor Field

“Mosaic Stadium is a community gathering space that is special to many in Regina and our province as a whole. It has served us well and we wanted to make the stadium as accessible as possible in 2016 for residents to say good-bye.” – Mayor Michael Fougere

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The updated Taylor Field Neighbourhood will be designed in collaboration with Regina’s North Central community. It is anticipated that the neighbourhood will include a variety of housing options and feature green spaces, vibrant public areas and a pedestrian link to nearby destinations of interest, like downtown.

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The estimated cost to revitalize the Taylor Field Neighbourhood will be determined during the planning process. It is anticipated that the City’s investment in enabling infrastructure will generate significant returns from the private sector.

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Then, Now & Future

These 20 acres have been home to Taylor Field for more than 100 years. The stadium’s Farewell Season in 2016 was a chance to reflect and celebrate its historic status.

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