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January 4, 2018

Residents can now manage their City of Winnipeg utility accounts online with MyUtility

Released: 9:46 a.m.

Winnipeg, MB - Winnipeg residents can now manage their City of Winnipeg utility accounts online, anytime with MyUtility.

MyUtility 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 MyUtility 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 MyUtility 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 MyUtility, visit 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.

For more information visit or contact 311.

Public invited to provide input on Osborne to Downtown Walk Bike Bridge and Connections project

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.

Participate online
Visit the website to provide feedback through an online survey:

Engage in-person
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

More information
For more information, please visit

January 4, 2018