Apply for a Residential Building Permit
Pick your project – Select a project from the menu on the right. Review the project application package which includes a project checklist that must be completed and included with your application. Contact us at 306-777-7000 for further information or assistance.
Note: For addition or alteration projects, use the Single Family Dwelling submission package.
Complete your application– Ensure you have all the required documents completed for your application. For most projects, this will include the following
- Building permit application (signed by the legal property owner, as well as the applicant)
- Two sets of all required documents, as noted in the submission package
- Mechanical and electrical drawings, where required
- Ventilation summary of design
- Architect’s or Engineer’s Seal: If your project requires a foundation plan, you must have it stamped by an engineer or architect (excluding accessory building plans), licensed in the province of Saskatchewan.
- Any other information, zoning permissions, permits or plans required under law.
Contact SaskPower for inspections and permits for gas or electrical work including new connections/lines or changes to existing connections/lines.
For information on water meter installation and regulation, call 306-777-7000.
Submit your application – Building permit applications may be submitted between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays (holidays excepted) by visiting:
Development Services, 9th Floor, City Hall, 2476 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK Phone: 306-777-7000
Residents are reminded that they must bring photo ID in order to receive a visitor's pass to enter the City Hall tower.
The City will review your application to ensure it meets all building, heritage, zoning, landscaping, engineering, environmental, disposal, assessment, open space and utility regulations and/or bylaws. View permit timelines.
After Approval – Once your permit is approved, you will receive an email inviting you to pick up your permit and advising you of the permit fee. Your permit is not issued until you have picked up your permit and paid the permit fee.
Note: Construction cannot begin until the permit is issued.
Arrange for a Building Inspection - It is the property owner’s responsibility to ensure required inspections are conducted at the appropriate stages in the project. Avoid unnecessary delays, know when and whom to call to schedule your residential building inspections.