Welcome to the Town of St. Paul
The system has been used a few times to notify the public on highway closures due to some serious accidents, to community events, and those affected by water line breaks. With winter fast approaching, this system will become valuable in letting the public know of winter storm warnings, highway closures, etc. It’s key to note that you won’t receive these alerts or notifications if you don’t register.
To register on-line go to www.stpaul.ca
Latest News (5)
Provincial Transit Engagement
Provincial Transit Engagement. Visit their website for more information
We are hiring
Please have a look at our Job Postings.
May Photo Radar Sites
Locations for the Photo Radar for May
The Barking Dog
What can be done about your dog that will not stop barking?
ACP News Release
ST. PAUL REGIONAL PARTNERSHIPS TO RECEIVE $818,625 IN FUNDING Projects approved under the Alberta Community Partnership Program
Upcoming Events (6)
- April 30,2016 Adult Literacy Services (today) from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- April 30,2016 FAMILY LAUGHTER (today) from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM
- April 30,2016 Bear Aware and Avoidance (today) from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- May 03,2016 Library-Storytime (in 3 days) from 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM
- May 06,2016 Library-Storytime (in 6 days) from 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM
- May 10,2016 Library-Storytime (in 1 week) from 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM
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!"