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JAN
31
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Parent & Tot Free Skate

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Introducing Parent & Tot Free Skate! Starting February 7th, the Town of St. Paul has scheduled ice time between 10am - 11am for Parent & Tot Free Skate.
JAN
30

Region of St. Paul Emergency Management- Sign up for Emergent Notifications

Posted on ago

If you would like to receive a notice in an emergent event or information that is happening within our Region, please see the following links below. Residents can opt in using the following: For the County of St. Paul For Horseshoe Bay For Elk Point For Town of St. Paul  Or for all areas More...
JAN
28

Alberta HUB- Invest in the Town of St. Paul

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 To access document, please click on Invest in the Town of St. Paul.
JAN
28

Alberta HUB- Living in the Town of St. Paul

Posted on ago

 To access document, please click on Living in the Town of St. Paul.
JAN
28
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Shiver Fest 2019

Posted on ago

 Here's a look at the activities for Shiver Fest 2019!
JAN
24
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New Water Meters-Information

Posted on ago

The Town of St. Paul is currently in the process of upgrading residential water meters. In response to some concerns over the Town’s use of the new Automatic meter reading devices we are installing, I want to assure everyone, if there was any chance of a health risk we would not be installing these meters. I have attached several research articles that link to studies and research done by the Federal Communications Commission, Industry Canada, Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 and... More...
JAN
22
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Thursday, January 31: Public Skating & Shinny Hockey

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There will be extra public ice time on Thursday, January 31 due to a no school day. 
JAN
22
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Town of St. Paul Utilities Notice- Water Meters

Posted on ago

The Town of St. Paul Utilities Department recognize that there are higher bills than usual going out in the November/December 2018 Utility Billing cycle. This increase is due to the meter change that was provided by Public Works within these two months. When a meter change occurs Public Works provides a final meter reading of the old meter and an initial read of the new meter. As well, if an account hasn’t had a meter reading and the computer has been estimating consumption, there ma... More...
JAN
22
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Town Talk- January 22, 2019

Posted on ago

 Here is the January 22, 2019 Town Talk Edition.
JAN
16
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For Sale! Nostalgic Christmas Lights

Posted on ago

**UPDATE** As of January 31, 2019, there are approximately 29 lights left to purchase. Here's your opportunity to purchase a touch of St. Paul Nostalgia! Come down to the Town of St. Paul Administration Office to purchase and pay for said lights. Pick up will then be at Public Works with your issued receipt as proof of payment. 
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