Seasonal Water Line Turn On/Off
May 1st through to September 30th is the water connection (turn on) and disconnection (turn off) period for seasonal water lines. It is the property owner's responsibility to request the turn on and turn off no later than 3:00pm two business days proceeding the requested turn on/off date. Availability of requested date is not guaranteed.
Any turn on or turn off of the municipal water supply must be completed only by a Public Works & Utilities employee and will be carried out only during the Public Works & Utilities hours of operation.
Charges will apply upon turn on and turn off of water services as outlined below:
Turn on water service fee - $30.00
Turn off water service fee - $30.00
Seasonal Water Line Turn ON
Seasonal water line turn-on season will begin no sooner than MAY 1st each year.
2023 Water Turn On season begins Monday, May 1st
It is the property owner’s responsibility to request the turn on date each year no later than 3:00 p.m. two (2) business days prior to requested turn on date. Please note that availability of requested date is not guaranteed.
The property owner or a representative of the property owner must be present during the turn on. The Public Works & Utilities employee will not complete the turn on if there is no one present, and you will then be required to reschedule an appointment. The property owner or representative must be able to provide access to the water meter and a shut off valve at the time of the turn on.
There will be no scheduling of specific times. Rather, it is a block booking system with a choice of a.m. or p.m. Residents will need to make themselves available between the following times:
A.M. block = 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
P.M. block = 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Seasonal Water Line Turn OFF
Seasonal water line turn off’s will be completed no later than SEPTEMBER 30th
(if September 30th falls on a weekend day, the turn off date will move to the Monday following).
It is the property owner’s responsibility to request the turn off date each year no later than 3:00 p.m. two (2) business days prior to requested turn off date. Please note that availability of requested date is not guaranteed.
The property owner is not required to be present for a water turn off and it will be completed anytime during the day that is requested. The property owner must be able to provide access to the water meter and a shut off valve at the time of the turn off. Should the water meter be removed prior to this, it is the resident’s responsibility to send their meter reading to the Town Office. This can be done by snapping a picture of your meter read and emailing it to
or by completing the online form.
SUBMIT YOUR WATER METER READING HERE
With the unpredicability of the fall seaon, seasonal water lines are required to be turned off each year by September 30th to prevent any possible damage to lines. The Town will not risk the expense and damage that could occur should the temperature not be warm enough to ensure the water will not freeze. An additional fee of $10 will be charged to the property owner if the required notification is not given, and will be applied to the respective utility account.
Current Quarterly Water Rates
Over 5,000 gallons $28.30 per 1,000 galloons
Lagoon Infrastructure Fee
Minimum Quarterly Fee $31.00 plus 5.5% of quarterly water charge
Click HERE for the full Water Rates schedule.
Receiving Your Utility Notice
Unless otherwise indicated, customers receive their municipal bills and notices by mail.
The Town also offers customers the opportunity to receive their bills by email with eNotices.
Receiving your bills by email allows:
- Customers to receive bills immediately to their inbox;
- Saves the Town, and therefore ratepayers, on the cost of paper, labour and postage;
- Reduces your environmental footprint with no bill printouts or mail deliveries.
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Please note that it is extremely important to keep the town updated on any changes to your mailing or email address to ensure you receive your notices on time. This will prevent unnessary interest charges for late payments.
Paying Your Utility Notice
The Town of Regina Beach offers numerous ways to pay your bills. For your convenience we currently offer Online Banking, Cash, Cheque, Debit, and Credit Card payments.
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