Build on Your Property

Building permits ARE required for:

  • new building or structures on your property likCity staff put up siding on Regina Habitat for Humanity homee a house, mobile home, garage, deck or other accessory building
  • recreation rooms, secondary suites or fireplaces in your home
  • parking lots
  • the demolition, repair, alteration or addition to an existing building or structure, including damp proofing and foundation repairs (read subsection 2.5 of the Building Bylaw for foundation repair information)
  • the move of an existing building or structure (read about overdimensional moves under Roads & Traffic)
  • installation or replacement of any fire alarm system

Building permits are NOT required if the entire scope of the project consists only of:

  • a fence
  • a sidewalk
  • a driveway
  • cabinetwork
  • painting or decorating
  • a play structure
  • an accessory building that is less than 10 square metres in area, provided the building does not create a hazard. However, this accessory building must conform to zoning regulations

Contact Service Regina at 306-777-7000 for more information.


Residential permit timelines

With warmer weather comes the influx of building permit applications to City Hall. In order to better help you plan for your building project, the City will now be posting timelines for residential permit application approvals. The number of days to an approved residential permit is based on the average for all residential permits and is updated every Monday, based on the previous week’s statistics. Permit timeline information can be found on the Apply for a Permit page.