Utility Account Management

Use this page if you are creating a new utility account or closing an existing account. Complete the form below, and we’ll be in contact with you within 5 working days. Please note the forms below will ask for additional information based on the answers provided.

 

Moving Form

If you are moving into a City of Selkirk address you will need to use the form below to create a utility account. If you are moving out of a City of Selkirk address you will need to use the form below to close the utility account.

Utility Move In/Out Form

Moving in

Use this section if you need to create an account.

Moving Out

Use this section if you are closing an account.

Please Note: The water meter is located inside the residence (basement / crawl space) , outside meters are no longer used.

Please see the Utility Account FAQ section for more important information when selling, purchasing or renting property.

 

Account Changes

If you need to make changes to your utility account information please complete and submit the form below. Please note this form will ask for additional information based on the answers provided.

Remember: If the changes are required due to residents moving in or out of the property you will need to use the Moving form above.

Utility Account Change Form
Name of individual completing this form

Address Change

Phone Number Change

Name Change

Email

Other

We will be contacting you within 5 working days. In some cases we may require proof of identification before changes can be made.

You can always contact us by creating a CitizenSupport request if you have any questions.

 

Information for Lawyers

Transfer of Ownership

When representing a seller (vendor), lawyers should:

  • Fill out the Moving form (see above) and submit it to our office.
  • Ensure the City receives a final meter reading from the seller.

When representing a buyer (purchaser), lawyers should:

  • Fill out the Moving form (see above) and submit it to our office.
  • Ensure the new owner establish’s themselves as the new account holder with the City.
  • Ensure the City is provided with the first initial meter reading.

Lawyers that represent either/both parties can contact the City of Selkirk Utility Clerk directly during regular business hours, to obtain additional information about the vendor’s account. We will respond to the following questions:

  • Is the vendor’s account finalized?
  • Is the final water bill based on an actual water meter reading?
  • What was the final water meter reading?
  • Is the vendor’s final water bill paid in full?