Welcome to the Town of St. Paul
Two days, ten bands?? Batter-Up!
Tickets go on sale Friday, February 23 at 10:00 am: https://www.centerfieldmusicfestival.com/
Can be purchased locally at Cornerstone Co-op or Kal-Tire, St. Paul.
Latest News (5)
Rezoning of 4801-48 Avenue (Public Hearing: March 26, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.)
Take notice that the Council of the Town of St. Paul is proposing to pass a bylaw pursuant to Section 692 of the Municipal Government Act. The pur...
Hydrant Valve Repair- 53rd Ave & 45th Street
Please be advised that the Town of St. Paul Public Works Department will be on site at 53rd Avenue and 45th Street on Wednesday, March 7th for a hy...
Thank-You to Smitty's Restaurant
On behalf of the Town of St. Paul and FCSS, we would like to thank Smitty's Restaurant for their generous donation towards the breakfast serv...
Multi-Urban Intermunicipal Development Plans Project
Multi-Urban Intermunicipal Development Plans Project The County of St. Paul No. 19, in partnership with the towns of Elk Point and St. Paul and ...
Winter Safety in Our Community
Winter Safety Around Snow Banks and Hills Winter is a great season for outdoor activities, such as sledding and skating. Cold weather, ice, and ...
Upcoming Events (6)
- March 17,2018 Mens/Ladies combined bonspiel (today)
- March 17,2018 "Pot of Gold" (in 12 hours) from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
- March 19,2018 Read and Roll (in 2 days) from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
- March 19,2018 Read and Roll (in 2 days) from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
- March 19,2018 Read and Roll- Pre-registration required (in 2 days)
- March 20,2018 Town of St. Paul- Committee of The Whole - MEETING CANCELLED- (in 3 days) from 6:00 PM
St. Paul - A People Kind of Place
St. Paul is strategically located in the center of the northeast region of Alberta. With a population of 6,004 (Source: Town Census 2014), St. Paul is a major trading center for the surrounding area.
St. Paul's life-support is the rich agricultural land that surrounds the town, supplemented by the oil and gas industries.
But what really sets us apart are the people who call St. Paul home. We've always been "A People Kind of Place!"