To protect the water quality and ensure that the bulk water remains contaminant-free, customers are required to have the following:
- Backflow prevention device
- Clean water tank
- Clean connection hose: Minimum of 1.8 metres (6 feet) in length
- Female cam-lock connection: 50 mm (2 inch) or 80 mm (3 inch)
To purchase water from the station customers can use a credit card (all major credit cards accepted), or set up an account with the City which will be billed on a bi-monthly basis. The station does not accept coins.
Account Set Up
- Fill out the Bulk Water Station Application Form. Incomplete or handwritten application forms, except for signatures, will not be processed.
- Sign the application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, hand deliver to the main floor of City Hall, or mail to:
City of Regina - Water Operations
Queen Elizabeth Court II
2476 Victoria Avenue PO Box 1790
Regina, SK S4P 3C8
- Once the application is approved, the applicant will be contacted by email with the details of the account. Application approval can take up to 10 business days.
Find answers to commonly asked questions about the Bulk Water Station.
Where is it located? What are the hours of operation?
The station is located at 540 Winnipeg Street (next to the Co-op Gas Bar and Home Center, north of Ring Road). The station is open 24 hours a day.
Can anyone use the Bulk Water Station?
Anyone can use the bulk water station if they employ a backflow prevention device and supply their own clean water tank and hose.
What is the rate of purchasing bulk water?
Under Special Services, the current bulk water rate can be viewed on our Rates page.
Is there a minimum purchase cost?
No, there is no minimum purchase limit.
Can I put money onto my bulk water account?
Customers cannot put money onto an account.
The machine will not take my payment.
If you received a “Network” or “Technical” error, the machine may correct itself within a few minutes. If the issue continues, please contact Service Regina at 306-777-7000.
Can I use an 80mm (3 inch) to 50mm (2 inch) converter?
Customers can use a converter to access the west side of the station. Parts to create the converter can be purchased at commercial plumbing supply stores.