Dig Permit

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What Work Needs a Dig Permit:

Any proposed ground disturbance on airport property requires a dig permit.

The following are a few examples of ground disturbances requiring prior approval through a Dig Permit:

  • Drilling
  • Trenching
  • Hydro vac
  • Excavation

Who Needs to Apply?

  • Existing tenants
  • Prospective tenants
  • Agents of the airport and third-party contractors working on airport lands
  • Contractors/outside representatives/contractors acting on behalf of the corporation/tenant

If the applicant is not the owner of the property, the application must provide the name and contact information of the primary lease holder.

How to Submit an Application:

  • Complete the Dig Permit Application form online
  • Clearly and accurately describe the location and depth of excavation being proposed via site plans and aerial photos
  • Provide reference numbers from utility companies in your application form
  • Attach all drawings, location maps, and miscellaneous supporting documents
  • Submit the application

Expected Outcome:

  • The Regina Airport Authority will review and respond with: Approved/Rejected/Conditionally approved/Pending – requiring more information
  • Applicants may receive a request for additional information from Regina Airport Authority
  • Applicants will receive a response within 7 – 10* business days
  • Work may not proceed until the permit is approved

Please ensure all required documents are provided. Complex projects or applications without proper supporting documentation may take longer to process.

Dig Permit Guidelines

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