January 4, 2018
Released: 9:46 a.m.
Winnipeg, MB - Winnipeg residents can now manage their City of Winnipeg utility accounts online, anytime with MyUtilityBill.
MyUtilityBill is a convenient portal that allows customers to view and manage their City of Winnipeg utility bills online, using any device, including smartphones.
Registering for a MyUtilityBill account gives customers access to their City of Winnipeg utility account details and allows them to:
- View City of Winnipeg utility bills online
- Submit meter readings
- Sign-up for pre-authorized payments
- View current utility bill rates
- View their household water consumption history
- Sign up for paperless billing
- View details for multiple accounts
We encourage residents to register for MyUtilityBill and take advantage of paperless billing to reduce waste and invest in a greener future. The online self-service tool will also help customers budget and identify ways to reduce their water consumption.
To register for MyUtilityBill, visit myutilitybill.winnipeg.ca. To register, customers will need a valid email address and their City of Winnipeg utility account and meter numbers, which can be found on a copy of their City of Winnipeg utility bill.
Released: 3:00 p.m.
Winnipeg, MB - The City of Winnipeg is gathering public input on the Osborne to Downtown Walk Bike Bridge and Connections project. The project will close a gap in the pedestrian and cycling network by connecting bike lanes on Assiniboine Avenue to future cycling routes in Osborne Village.
Winnipeggers are invited to participate online and in-person to help shape the design of the bridge and pedestrian and cycling connections to provide a safe and more convenient connection between Osborne Village and the Downtown.
Visit the website to provide feedback through an online survey:
Provide feedback at a neighbourhood coffee shop
Drop by Little Sister Coffee Maker, 470 River Ave., or Fools and Horses, 379 Broadway, to fill out a postcard and help start the conversation to define what experience you want for a new Osborne to Downtown Walk Bike Bridge. Postcards can be submitted from January 8 – 19, 2018.
Participate in a public workshop
Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018
Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Location:Augustine United Church, Guild Hall, 444 River Ave.
Format: Presentation at 6 p.m., followed by small group discussions
For more information, please visit winnipeg.ca/WalkBikeProjects.