MyAccount is our online portal that allows residents and businesses to access their water/utility and property tax information online, anywhere, anytime! Services include Utility eBill, Tax & Assessment eProperty and eServices. Learn more about signing up, signing in, resetting your password or changing your account information.
How do I sign up or register for MyAccount?
- Visit MyAccount
- Click the Sign up now link, enter your email address, then click Send verification code button. Do not close this page.
- Enter the verification code that was sent to your email, then click Verify code button.
- Once your email address is verified, create your password. It must be at least 6 characters with 3 of the following:
- An uppercase letter
- A lowercase letter
- A number
- A symbol
- Click the Create button.
How do I reset my password?
Go to the login page, click the Forgot your password link and follow the instructions. Due to security reasons, the City of Regina is not able to reset your password for you.
I followed the steps to create a new account, but did not receive a verification code email.
Please check your email's junk folder to see if the message is there. If it is not in your junk folder, click the Send new code button and check your email again.
I’m trying to register for an account or reset my password but get the message "That code is expired. Please request a new code."
Verification codes expire after about 10 minutes. Please click the Send new code button to get a new one sent to you and try again.
It is important once you request a verification code to keep the page open until you have entered the code. If you close the window, please request a new code and try again.
I’m trying to register for an account but get the message: “A user with the specified ID already exists. Please choose a different one.”
This means the email address has already been registered for an account. Go to the login page and click the Sign in link, not the Sign up now link.
Is it possible to edit/add/remove an email address or social media account associated with MyAccount?
Log in to your current account, visit your Account Summary page, click the red Remove Account button and log out. Create a brand new account with your preferred email address or Facebook/Google account and then contact the City of Regina to initiate the transfer of services.
Our online portal allow you to apply for building and demolition permits. Learn more about how to create an account, apply for building permits and schedule inspections.
Where can I find my permit?
Log into eBuild and your permit can be found under Documents & Images in My Items. You must have an eBuild account to view this.
Where can I view the approved plans?
Log into eBuild and your approved plans can be found under Documents & Images in My Items. You must have an eBuild account to view this.
How can I check the status of my permit?
- On the eBuild Home page, select My Items.
- Expand My Permit Applications by clicking on the arrow to the left.
- Locate the application reference number.
- Under the status column, the status of your application will be listed.
For more detailed instructions see the eBuild User Guide
What does each ‘status’ mean?
- Pending – application is being reviewed to ensure everything required has been submitted.
- In Plan Check – application is under review. You can check estimated timelines of permit application reviews based on project type at Regina.ca/build
- Returned for Corrections – application has been returned to customer for revisions due to insufficient information or because it is not in compliance with code and bylaws. View the Application Revision Notice under Documents in Images for next steps.
- Submittals Incomplete – application was incomplete and requires more information before it can proceed. You will receive an email notification from the City. View the Incomplete Application Notice under Documents in Images for next steps.
How do I submit a revision?
- On the eBuild Home page, select My Items
- Expand My Permit Applications by clicking on the arrow to the left.
3. Locate the application reference number.
- Click Add a Revision.
For more detailed instructions see the eBuild User Guide
Will I receive my permit faster if I apply through eBuild?
Service levels are standard regardless of the way they are submitted. It depends on the project type. For estimated review timelines, visit Regina.ca/build.
Can I still submit my permit application and drawings via email?
As of March 1, 2022 applications will only be accepted through eBuild. Email submissions are still accepted for commercial applications only. However, with eBuild, you can submit large drawings and plans up to 100 MB and also track the status of your application.
Can I pay the fees online?
Online payment is accepted through eBuild for those applications submitted through the eBuild tool.
Once your application has passed all required reviews, the status of your application will change to Ready for Issuance. This means your permit(s) is ready to be issued but is awaiting fee payment.
To pay your fee, go to the My Items section of your account, and select the “Pay Fees” button. This will only be option when payment is required.
All other permit fees are accepted by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org to pay over the phone or you can visit the main floor of City Hall to pay in person.
How do I reset my MyAccount username and/or password?
Go to the login page, click the Forgot your password link and follow the instructions. Due to security reasons, the City of Regina is not able to reset your password for you.
How do I reset my eBuild username and/or password?
Go to the MyAccount login page, click the Forgot your password link and follow the instructions. Due to security reasons, the City of Regina is not able to reset your password for you.
What if I need to edit my information in my account (i.e. change last name, email or address)?
Log into eBuild and select My Account. Click on Edit Contact Information to revise the information on your account.
Will other application types be available on eBuild?
Yes. In the future, eBuild users can expect commercial permit applications and development applications to be added.
Can I apply for multiple applications at once?
Applicants can only apply for one application at a time through the eBuild software. Each application type has specific requirements, fees and service levels so multiple applications cannot be submitted at once.
Can contacts other than the applicant view my eBuild application?
If they have been listed as a contact on your application and are an eBuild user, they will have access to view your application.
What is ‘Estimated Cost of Construction’?
This includes the estimated cost of the materials, labour and/or professional services (e.g. design, engineering, etc.) required for construction.
What is a ‘work item’?
Key items related to the Building Permit that contribute to the cost of the permit.
Utility eBill FAQ
Utility eBill allows property owners to access detailed information about their water/utility accounts at their convenience. Learn more about setting up your account, what information you can access, email reminders, continuing or discontinuing paper bills, and ways to pay.
Can I have more than one utility account set up under my name?
Yes, a customer can register multiple utility accounts under a single email address provided they are the primary account holder. Each utility account must be added individually. To add another account, on the Account Summary page or the Account Selection page, click the Add New Account button and enter the account information found on your utility bill.
Can anyone look at my Utility eBill information?
A utility account can be linked to only one email address and it must be registered with personal billing information. Once it has been added, it can’t be accessed without your MyAccount log in information. This ensures only those who have your information can view your bills online. For added security, a confirmation letter will be mailed to the address on file for the utility account.
How do I change my email address?
A utility account can only be registered to one email address, at any given time. If you are wanting to change your email address, the utility account must be removed off of the old MyAccount log-in first. It will not allow you to register a new email without removing the utility account.
There are two ways to remove a utility account from your MyAccount log-in:
- Log-in to your MyAccount with your email address and password. Once you have logged in, you can select the “Remove” button to deregister that utility account. Once this is completed, you will then be able to create a new MyAccount with your new email address.
- If you are unable to log into your MyAccount to remove the utility account, contact Service Regina at 306-777-7000 and request that your utility bill be removed from eBilling. Once this has been completed, you will then be able to register with a new email address.
How up to date is the Utility eBill information?
Information displays as of your last bill date. Payment information on the Account Summary page and the Payment History page is displayed once processed by the City.
When will my Utility eBill be ready each month?
The Utility eBill will be available at approximately the same time as the paper utility bills are issued. You will receive an email notification as soon as your Utility eBill is available and ready to view. If you do not receive your notification, contact Service Regina at 306-777-7000.
Why can’t I see my utility bills?
You will need to wait until your first utility bill gets processed, before seeing the PDF of your utility bill. You may need to install Adobe Reader to view your bill.
How do I indicate that I still wish to receive a paper utility bill?
Select Send me an email when my Utility eBill is ready to view and continue to send a paper bill. This option allows you to receive an email from us when your bill is ready to view but also still receive a paper bill in the mail. The email notification will provide your total amount due, due date and will contain a link to MyAccount where you can log in to view your Utility eBill and related information.
The other option is to select Do not send me an email. Continue to send a paper utility bill. This option will eliminate the monthly email advising you that your bill is ready to view, however still allows you to log into the MyAccount site to view your account information. The option will still send you a paper utility bill.
How do I indicate that I no longer wish to receive a paper bill?
Select Send me an email when my Utility eBill is ready to view. I no longer wish to receive a paper bill. By selecting this option, you will no longer receive a paper copy of your utility bill. You will be sent a monthly email when your Utility eBill is ready to view.
Can I opt out of receiving payment reminder emails?
Customers who set their notification preferences to Do not send me an email. Continue to send a paper utility bill will not receive a monthly notification email or a payment reminder email but can still log in to MyAccount and view utility information at their convenience.
Currently, we do not allow customers to opt out of receiving reminder emails, other than the above notification preference. Upon registering for utility eBilling, customers consent to receive any ongoing communication from the City in relation to the service.
Can I pay my utility bill online with City of Regina?
At this time, City of Regina does not offer online payment service.
Can I use a printed utility bill from Utility eBill to make a payment at my bank?
No, bills printed from Utility eBill are not accepted at financial institutions. If you are no longer receiving paper utility bills, you can make your payment by Direct Debit, telephone banking, or at your financial institution’s online service.
I received a letter in the mail that says I’ve registered, but I have not OR I received an email that says I’ve registered, but I have not.
If you believe someone has fraudulently registered your account, contact Service Regina at 306-777-7000.
eProperty allows property owners to access up-to-date tax and assessment information and request services online. Learn more about updating your information, the TIPPS program and more.
If I am not the current registered owner but live at the residence, can I sign up for eProperty?
No, property tax account information is only available to registered owner(s).
How do I receive my access code?
If you do not know your access code, please email AssessmentTaxation@regina.ca to request one. Your access code will be mailed to you. For security reasons, access codes are not emailed or provided over the phone.
Can I enroll in or change my TIPPS program banking information with eProperty?
You can enroll in, change your banking information or cancel your TIPPS account through eProperty. You will receive a confirmation email after the request has been processed.
How do I update or change my mailing address with eProperty?
In eProperty, select the Change Mailing Address option and select the property you wish to change the address for. The change mailing address screen will only display the list of properties under the registered owner using eProperty.
For mailing addresses within the City of Regina, complete the New Mailing Address Lookup. Addresses updated using the lookup will be updated immediately. For mailing addresses outside the City of Regina, complete the New Mailing Address Freeform. Addresses updated using the freeform will be updated in the tax system after being reviewed for accuracy.
How do I change my school tax declaration with property?
In eProperty, select the Update School Tax Declaration and select your desired school support and follow the prompts. The school tax declaration is applied by ownership share percentage to all the properties owned by the individual declaring school support.
Can I pay my tax bill online?
Currently, online payment is not available through Regina.ca; however, payments can be made through your financial institution’s online or telebanking services.
eServices allows Law Firms and Mortgage Companies can order tax searches and certificates. Mortgage companies can also add, remove, or update mortgage interests and access mortgage interest reports and mortgage annual tax bills. Third-Party Agents may obtain Field Sheets and Property Characteristic Reports.
What is the difference between a tax certificate and a tax search?
- The tax certificate is a legal document that shows the breakdown of the current year’s levy by taxing authority, while the tax search does not. The tax certificate also shows pending appeals which are not on the tax search.
- The tax search shows the previous year’s levy and the tax certificate does not. When the annual Assessment Notices are sent for the upcoming year, the tax search will show the levies for the current year and the estimated levies for the upcoming year. The tax certificate only shows the current year with estimated amounts from January until the Annual Tax Notices are prepared in May.
What is the difference between a Field Sheet and Property Characteristic Report?
- A Field Sheet (Cost, Direct Sales, Income) includes the summary of assessment including square footage, lot size, legal land description, total assessed value as applied by the assessment model for a property.
- A Property Characteristic Report is a detailed description of the properties physical internal and external characteristics.
Will my company be able to generate tax searches and certificates anytime throughout the year?
No, there are times during the year that all users will be locked out for up to two (2) days. Lock out typically includes the following periods:
- First business day of January (year-end rollover)
- Annual Tax Bill Calculation (May)
- Annual Assessment Notice (generally November)
- Second business day in December (TIPPS rollover)
The system will not allow tax certificates or searches to be generated. Users will be notified in advance of specific lockout dates.
Why does the tax search show “estimated next year levy” but the tax certificate does not?
The tax search shows two years of levy based on the mailing of assessment notices. When the assessment notices for the upcoming year are mailed, the search will show the levies for the current year and the estimate for the upcoming year. When the annual tax notice is calculated, it will show actual levy for the previous year and the current year.
Tax Certificates only show one year of levy. They are based on the calculation of the taxes at the time of the request. Tax Certificates will show the estimated levy from January 1 until the Annual Tax Notices are calculated, then they will show actual levies until December 31.
My company did a tax search a few days ago, can I get an update?
Each request for information found on a tax certificate or a tax search carries a fee. Duplicate requests for a tax search/certificate for the same property will result in charges for each request. Charges for duplicate requests will not be reversed.
My company attempted to order a tax Certificate online but got the message that there are not enough funds in the firm’s Service Account. Can I email my request?
Your company will need to make a payment to your Service Account to request a tax certificate or search. If your account goes below $50, the City is unable to generate a request and will get the same message you are getting. When the account is at its minimum balance, additional money is required before further requests can be processed.
My company requested a tax search, how do I know if the account is on TIPPS?
If the account is on TIPPS, the TIPPS field will have “Next Estimated Withdrawal” and an amount. If the account is not on TIPPS, the TIPPS field will show “No”. The Tax Search will show “Yes” and no next withdrawal amount in the TIPPS section when the cancellation date for TIPPS is an upcoming date.
Why aren't the TIPPS amounts from January to June and July to December provided?
The City of Regina does not give out payment information. The information is considered private and is not required for ownership change tax adjustments. We will provide the next month’s TIPPS amount. The owner can access their account information online through eProperty to see their balance, TIPPS payments, or print a statement of their account. At any time, the property owner may request a statement of their account at no charge.
TIPPS next estimated withdrawal is more than balance owing or less than balance owing?
The estimated TIPPS amount on the Tax Search is the maximum amount the City will withdraw from the property owner’s bank account. The system will take the estimated TIPPS amount OR the account balance, whichever is less. TIPPS will not withdraw an amount more than the balance owing. Example, the account balance is $326.55 and the December TIPPS schedule is for $328, the amount that will be withdrawn from the bank will be $326.55.
How can my company calculate the amount each person owes without the TIPPS amounts?
Amounts owing can be calculated by taking the levy, divide it by 365 days in the year and multiply it by the number of days owned by each client. The amount paid is the total amount that was charged less the current balance.
Please note that the tax certificate and tax search indicate whether the levy amount includes a levy amount for a supplementary assessment. The City is not able to provide the supplementary assessment amount or the number of months on the certificate or the search. This will be provided by phone at no cost. It is recommended you request a copy of the supplementary notice and tax statement from your customer.
Can my company still fax or email requests for tax certificates or searches?
Requests for Tax Certificates and Tax Searches made online are generated immediately. Requests received by fax or email will still be processed by the City within two business days. Please include the following information when requesting a Tax Certificate or Tax Search:
- Civic address of the property you want the information for
- Property account number (if unknown, it is available on Property Search)
- Your deposit account number
- Email address the document is to be sent to
- Your reference number
The above information is especially important when a single request includes multiple properties. Information should be sent to AssessmentTaxation@regina.ca.
How does my company receive a more formal tax certificate on City of Regina letterhead?
To request a more formal tax certificate on the City of Regina letterhead, please email your request to AssessmentTaxation@regina.ca. This request cannot be made through Assessment & Tax eServices.
Please note that the format will be the same whether emailed or printed on letterhead. This request may take up to two business days.
How long does to take to receive a tax search or tax certificate when requested online?
The tax search or certificate is e-mailed immediately after requesting it.
What does my company do if it is having issues generating a tax search or tax certificate?
Please email AssessmentTaxation@regina.ca.
Can my company make payments to our Service Account online?
Yes, you can make an online payment. To do so, you will need to set up with your bank the option to pay your City of Regina tax account. The City will process the payment within 24 hours of receiving your electronic payment or cheque. Note: Electronic payments can take 3-5 business days to be forwarded from the bank to the City of Regina.
If paying by cheque, include the service account number in the memo line of the cheque and mail or courier it to the attention of the Assessment & Property Revenue Services Department.
How does my company know what payments were made?
The City does not provide payment information which is considered private information. Your company will need to confirm with your customer if payment was made and by whom. Statements, duplicate copies of Assessment Notices, Tax Notices, and Supplementary Assessment/Tax Notices are provided to owners only. The owner can access their account information online through eProperty to see their balance, TIPPS payments, or print a statement of their account. At any time, the property owner may request a statement of their account at no charge.
How does my company know if there is a supplementary amount in the levy?
Both the search and the certificate will indicate if there is a supplementary tax levy included. The period for the supplementary levy will not be indicated. This information can be provided over the phone at no cost. It is recommended that you request a copy of the supplementary notice and tax statement from your customer. With eProperty, your customer can see the assessment information online.
How does my company know if a penalty is incurred on the account?
A penalty is applied to balances outstanding on the 1st of the month as follows:
- 1.75 per cent on arrears balance
- 1.5 per cent on current balance after June 30
- 1.5 per cent on “other” charges 30 days after the charge has been applied to the account
Arrears are balances from a previous year. All balances owing on January 1 are arrears. All balances will have penalty of 1.5 per cent of their total balance from the previous year charged to their accounts on January 1 and the first day of each month that a previous year balance remains on the account. Tax enforcement charges are applied to the arrears per the Tax Enforcement Act as they are charges relating to the previous year’s balance owing. The penalty of 1.75 per cent is applied to those charges on the 1st day of the month after the charges have been on the account for a minimum of 30 days.
The current balance includes unpaid levies from this tax year and any related penalty. The tax year is from January to December. Taxes are levied in May when the mill rates are finalized. Balances from this levy are due June 30 without penalty. After June 30, there is a charge of 1.5 per cent of the current year levy balance applied on the first day of each month until the current balance is paid in full.
Other charges are bank returned item fees, weeds charges, Workers Compensation Board charges, outstanding utility charges transferred to tax, and graffiti charges as well as others. A penalty is applied to those charges on the 1st day of the month after the charges have been on the account for a minimum of 30 days.
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By accessing the MyAccount.Regina.ca service through myaccount.regina.ca (the “Website”) or using any of the services provided by the City of Regina (the “City”) through the Website (the "online services") you expressly agree to be bound by, accept and comply with these terms and conditions of use (the "terms and conditions"). If you do not agree with any of these terms and conditions, you must immediately exit and stop using the Website. If you do not agree with the terms and conditions, then you may not read, link to, download or in any other way use information on the Website. These terms and conditions may be revised from time to time without notice to you and it is your responsibility to check for updates to the Website. Your use of the Website after these terms and conditions or any revisions of these terms and conditions are posted to the Website shall constitute your acceptance of such terms and conditions and any revisions to them.
Access to the Website and use of certain online services may require registration. You must be an existing City customer to register to use the Website. You agree to provide accurate and current information as required for such registration and to update your information in a timely manner to ensure it remains accurate and complete. You will be solely responsible to maintain the confidentiality of any personal identifiers or passwords required by you to access the Website, or required by you to use any of the online services, and for all activities that occur under such personal identifiers or passwords. You agree to immediately notify the City of any unauthorized use of your personal identifiers or passwords.
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You agree that in accessing or using the Website or any online services or submitting any information or materials to the City you shall: (i) act in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations; (ii) not attempt to damage, modify, alter or deface any part of the Website, any services or any content; (iii) not post, transmit, link to or otherwise distribute any information or software which contains a virus, or other harmful or disruptive property or component that may adversely affect any computer systems or programs, the Website or the online services; (iv) not post, transmit, link to or otherwise distribute any inappropriate, defamatory, indecent, offensive or unlawful material or information; and (v) not impersonate or falsely represent your association with any person. You also have the sole responsibility for ensuring you receive and review your account billings you request to receive via any online services and for protection and recovery of your computer system. You must take reasonable and appropriate precautions to ensure that any computer system used to access the Website or any online service is secure and free of viruses or other harmful or destructive properties or components.
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Don’t Miss out on Receiving our Emails
On July 1, 2014, Canada implemented new Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) that regulates how the City can communicate electronically with you.
In order to receive electronic communications from the City relating to its MyAccount services and processes, including the utility services, ebilling services, tax and assessment services, permitting, bylaw or licensing services or leisure and transit related services (collectively, the “Services”), you are required to confirm, by clicking on the applicable box, that you consent to receive emails from the City of Regina and its third party enforcement and collection agents regarding the Services and related enforcement or collections processes.
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If you do not wish to receive electronic messages from the City or wish to discontinue receiving electronic messages from the City in the future regarding MyAccount services and processes, including the utility services, e-billing services, tax and assessment services, permitting, bylaw or licensing services or leisure and transit related services (collectively, the “Services”), please log-in your MyAccount profile and click on the applicable box that you do not wish to receive emails from the City of Regina regarding the Services. Please be advised that this may restrict our ability to send messages to you in the future.