Welcome to the Town of St. Paul
Music festival returns to St. Paul on June 16 & 17 after success of Brett Kissel
Hometown Homecoming - with a new name and new vision.
Limited time ‘Two Day Home-Run Weekend Passes’ for the first Centerfield Music Festival,
presented by MCSNet go on sale at 10:00am, Thursday, March 2nd and can be purchased online
at a special price of $79.99 (plus applicable service charges) via the official event website:
www.centerfieldmusicfestival.com or at one of two retail partners in St. Paul: Northern Source
Rentals and the Town of St. Paul office.
Additional event information is available at www.centerfieldmusicfestival.com, and will be
updated regularly as more exciting news becomes available.
Media inquiries can be directed to:
Co-Producer – Centerfield Music Festival
Latest News (5)
The Town of St. Paul is currently conducting a census.
Transfer Station Summer Hours
Please be advised that effective May 2, 2017, the Transfer Station will switch over to their Spring/Summer Hours.
May 2017 Photo Radar Locations
Please see poster for May 2017 Photo Radar locations.
Town of St. Paul FCSS is Hiring!
The Town of St. Paul FCSS is hiring a Summer Student Program Coordinator. Please see poster for more details. FCSS Term Position - 2017 Summer ...
Upcoming Events (6)
- April 28,2017 Family Story Time (Tomorrow) from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
- April 28,2017 Indigenous Language books Launch (Tomorrow) from 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM
- April 28,2017 Music with Miss. Sheila at Parent Link (Tomorrow) from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- May 01,2017 Spring craft (in 4 days) from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- May 02,2017 Family Drop in at Parent Link (in 5 days) from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
- May 03,2017 Sleeping Bunnies (in 6 days) from 7:00 PM to 7:45 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!"