Regina's snow storage site has brought in nearly $100K so far

Regina's snow storage site has put nearly $100,000 into the city's coffers since November.

The city has made approximately $97,274 dollars from its snow storage site

About 18,000 truckloads of snow have been dumped at the city's snow storage site, 7,000 more loads than the previous year.

Regina's snow storage site has put nearly $100,000 into the city's coffers since November.

It costs about $10 for someone to get a tag to use the site for snow dumping, which is located near Fleet Street and Highway 46 on Regina's northeast end.

It'll also cost anywhere from $5 to $35 for every load that's dropped off at the site, depending on the vehicle.

Between November and February, the city has made approximately $97,274 dollars at the snow storage site. So far this year, 18,000 truckloads worth of snow has been dumped during the 2017/2018 year.

By comparison, only 11,000 truckloads had been hauled into the site during 2016/2017. 

Dumping snow had been free of charge prior to Nov. 2016.

Earlier this month, a weekend snow storm dumped more than 30 centimetres of snow in Regina.