Snow Storage Site
The City of Regina’s Snow Storage Site is located at the north east corner of Fleet Street and McDonald Street/Highway 46. The site is open 7 days a week during the winter season as long as weather conditions and City of Regina removal activity permits.
All users of the Snow Storage Site will require a permit from the City at a cost of $10 per vehicle, non-refundable. Permitting will be monitored using Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID) tags installed on the vehicle windshield. This RFID tag will authorize site access and provide site usage tracking for billing purposes.
Register your vehicle by completing the Snow Storage Site Use Application Form. The signed application form can be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, faxed to 306-777-6814 or delivered in person to City Hall during regular business hours.
|Truck Categories||Radio Frequency Identification Device Tag Cost (One-time non-refundable fee)||Cost per load|
|1 ton pick-up or smaller truck without trailer||$10||$5|
|1 ton pick-up or smaller truck with trailer||$10||$15|
|Tandem axle truck or single axle truck bigger than 1 ton (both without trailer)||$10||$25|
|Tandem axle truck with trailer or single axle truck bigger than 1 ton with trailer||$10||
Site Access Payment Options
Users of the Snow Storage Site have two options to pay for their site usage:
- Prepayment of site access fees – Users prepay their account and receive a monthly statement showing the balance of funds on the account. Prepayments will only be accepted via telephone, using a credit card, by calling 306-777-7125. Once funds have been depleted, the associated RFID tag(s) are deactivated until additional funds have been placed on the account. Re-activation takes two business days and users will be denied access to the Snow Storage Site during that time.
- Application for credit (invoicing) – Users submit an Application for Credit. If credit is approved, the customer will receive monthly invoices showing site usage. Credit terms are detailed on the application. Application for credit does not guarantee credit approval.
Customers are responsible for tracking use-limits and account balances, and it’s important to keep drivers well-informed about the total uses left after each dump. As the end of the season approaches, it’s important to consider adding funds to your account well-in advance to ensure you are not denied entry to the Site. In most cases, additional use-limits can be topped up on the previous RFID tag.
There are no registration or payment facilities at the Snow Storage Site. Access to the site will not be allowed without an active RFID tag. It may take up to 10 business days to process your application and issue your RFID tags.
Clean Property Bylaw
The City of Regina's Clean Property Bylaw, No. 9881 deals with the Snow Storage Site fees which were implemented November 1, 2016. The bylaw provides details of the fee structure as well as voluntary payments for Notice of Violation.