The Insider Scoop on Harbour Landing
Okay, so you’ve decided to call Harbour Landing home. First things first, congratulations – you won’t be disappointed! Now that you’re a resident, we wanted to let you in on a few amazing insider secrets on your new community!
First of all, you have the opportunity to qualify to have a tree planted in your front yard…for FREE! This unique feature is an extension of our love of the outdoors and greenspaces. When you’re driving through older neighbourhoods, it’s impossible not to notice the amazing canopy of trees that hover over the streets. In Harbour Landing, Dream wants to replicate this beautiful environment by planning ahead, so that in time, Harbour Landing will become one of those classic neighbourhoods we’ve grown to love.
As you wander around the community, don’t forget to pay attention to the details found on every street corner – literally! Our passion for Regina’s history is reflected in the names of the streets and parks throughout Harbour Landing, which pay homage to the city’s aviation roots.
Your kids will love Norseman Park, especially the skate park designed by former American pro-skateboarder Kanten Russell. Explore the various ropes, ladders, swings and slides that adorn the park.
Discover more amazing Harbour Landing features with a trip to the Dino Park at Fairchild Park. Uncover bones, footprints and fossils in your own backyard and learn about Saskatchewan’s archeological roots and the animals that used to inhabit the area you now call home.
Your kids can also walk safely to and from school among the many Harbour Landing parks and paths. This comprehensive system goes from one end of the community to the other. Check out our parks maps on the website for details on the various amenities.
Did you know we also recessed the parks in order to prevent your home from flooding? Just one of the many details and considerations we took into account to make your home and neighbourhood as amazing as possible!
To get more of the inside scoop, join our Facebook group to talk about community-specific events and meet your neighbours. You can also visit our website at harbourlanding.ca for more information and ideas for tips!Back to news