Billing frequency – Quarterly
Actual Read Billing Periods – 1st quarter January-March & 3rd quarter July-September
Estimate Read Billing Periods – 2nd quarter April-June & 4th quarter October-December
On or Off charges – $30.00/ea
Emergency shut off (Weekends, After hours & Stat Holidays) – $100.00 plus public works department current labour rate for hours required to rectify emergency.
Accounts are due upon receipt. If an account is not paid by the end of the month following the month the utility notice is issued a penalty of 1/%, compounded interest per month, will be applied on the 1st of each month. Unpaid arrears may result in discontinuation of service. Service will be restored once all arrears and turn off and turn on fees are paid in full.
On December 31, any outstanding water charges are transferred to the Tax Roll and a 1.25% penalty will be applied on the 1st of each month.
Water on/off services are done Monday to Friday. It is the consumer’s responsibility to request the turn on and turn off a minimum of no later than 3 p.m. two business days prior to requested turn on/turn off date. Availability of requested date is not guaranteed.
Seasonal Water Lines
Summer Line Turn On – no sooner than May 1 – by Resident request
Summer Line Turn Off – no later than September 30 – by Resident request
If May 1st falls on a weekend day, the turn on date will move to the Friday before.
If September 30th falls on a weekend day, the turn off date will move to the Monday following.
This is a reminder to residents with seasonal water lines: Residents are responsible to call and schedule for their water (curb stop) to be turned off prior to September 30th of each year. A meter reading is also required. Should the water meter be removed prior to this, please call in or email your meter reading to the Town Office.
eNotice Utility Billing Available
This allows residents to receive Utility Notices via email.
Any resident interested must register by completing the Consent Form and returning it to the office either:
– in person
– in our drop slot
– by mail to Box 10, Regina Beach, SK S0G 4C0 or
– via email to email@example.com
Utility payment Options
Utility payments may be made by cash, cheque, interact, post-dated cheques, and through your online banking.
You must add the payees Town of Regina Beach-Tax and Town of Regina Beach-Utility. You can contact your local bank if you have questions.
It is your responsibility to ensure payments are made to the correct account. Tax payments to the tax account and the water to the utilities account. Failure to do this could mean that your taxes could be paid to your water account or vice versa.
If you own more than one property you must create a separate payee and account number for each property. This will make it clear to the office the amount of money you are allocating to each account.