- Complete the Basement Development Permit Application Package and ensure your application contains all required information and documents. Incomplete submissions will not be accepted. The project package may be updated at any time, be sure to check back to this web page for the most current version.
- The application must be signed by the legal owner of the property as well as the applicant.
- If applicable, contact SaskPower for inspections and permits for gas or electrical work.
- Submit your application by email to email@example.com. The City will review your application to ensure it meets all building and heritage regulations and/or bylaws.
Once your application is approved, you will receive an email advising you of the permit fee. Payment can be made over the phone, or visit us at the permit counter on the main floor of City Hall. Please note, the permit is not issued until you have paid the fee. Once issued, the applicable permits and approved drawings will be sent to you via email.
|$3.25 per m2 (based on total area of the basement) - Residential Permit Fee Calculation Form|
|3 business days (approval notice or correction letter)|
Construction cannot begin until the permit is issued. If work starts prior to issuing of a building permit, you will be subject to a surcharge.
|Building (if applicable)|
|Mechanical (if applicable)|
For more information or to book an inspection, call 306-777-7551 or submit a request online.
Estimated Property Tax Implications
|Square Feet||Low End (dollars per year)
|High End (dollars per year)
Zones 2-5 will fall in between the values of zones 1 and 6. View the Zone Map.
If you would like a detailed estimate of your project, please contact us.
Property tax revenue is collected for municipal services such as roads, infrastructure, police and fire, parks and recreation, waste removal and transit.
Why do I need a permit?
Provincial Legislation and City Bylaws hold the property owner responsible for meeting building codes and regulations. Completing City of Regina permits helps property owners comply with their responsibility to ensure buildings are safe, habitable structures under Provincial Legislation.