Every day the City of Regina provides clean, safe drinking water that travels through approximately 900 kilometres of water mains and that water is used by more than 60,000 utility customers. Wastewater exits in your home or business and flows through the City’s sewer system to the Wastewater Treatment Plant for treatment before it is released into Wascana Creek. In addition, the City’s storm sewers collect rainwater and snow melt to drain into Wascana Creek.
Every time you turn on the tap for a glass of water or to take a bath, you know that the water coming out is clean, safe and ready to use.
Wastewater from your home or workplace travels through the City's sewer system to the treatment plant.
Runoff is collected by approximately 850 kilometres of underground storm sewer pipes, which drain into Wascana Creek.
For information about your water bill or the water, sewer and storm sewer system