2018 Tax Payment Deadline
A reminder that the 2018 Tax Payment deadline is Monday, December 31, 2018. Please remit payment to avoid the 15% penalty that will be applied January 1, 2019 on any outstanding amounts.
St. Paul Remembrance Day Ceremony
Sunday, November 11, 2018 St. Paul Recreation Centre 10:00am Please join Royal Canadian Legion St. Paul Branch 100 as we commemorate Canada's fallen and honour our Veterans of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Veterans, Legion Members and service organizations and clubs are asked to assemble at the Rec. Centre at 10:00am. Spectators should be seated by 10:00am A reception and traditional beef stew luncheon will follow the ceremony. All are welcome.
Remembrance Day: 100 Bells will toll on November 11th
Join the St Paul Legion Branch 100 Members on the steps of the Roman Catholic Cathedral at sunset (4:42pm) on Sunday, November 11 for The Ringing of Bells. If you are unable to attend, it is asked that take a moment of silence at that time. On November 11, at the going down of the sun, communities across Canada will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War with the ringing of 100 bells. The ringing of bells emulates the moment in 1918 when church bells across Europe ...
Town of St. Paul Holiday Hours
Town of St. Paul Holiday Hours Town of St. Paul Administration (5101-50 Street): Closed Monday, December 24 to Friday, December 28. Main Level will reopen Monday, December 31 for accepting payments. Closed January 1. Regular hours resume, Wednesday, January 2. Public Works Administration (5508-48 Street): Closed Monday, December 24 to Tuesday, January 1. Reopening regular hours on Wednesday, January 2. ***Garbage Services will be running December 24, December 27, December 28 & De...
1st Annual Christmas Tree Lighting
You're invited to the 1st Annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Saturday, December 1st at the Landing Pad from 6pm-7pm.
**NOTICE** Trick or Treat Updated Hours
Council has updated the Halloween Trick or Treating Hours to reflect 5pm -8pm for Wednesday, October 31 ,2018
Animal Control- FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions: Do dogs and cats need to be licensed? Yes! The Town of St.Paul requires that all dogs and cats in a household be registered. Licenses can be purchased at the Town of St. Paul Office, located at 5101-50 Street between 8:30am and 4:30pm Who do I call about an animal at large? Please call the Town of St. Paul Municipal Enforcement at 780-645-4522. What happens to an animal when a Peace Officer picks them up? The Peace Officer will check th...
|January 2019||5 posts|
|December 2018||9 posts|
|November 2018||5 posts|
|October 2018||5 posts|
|September 2018||10 posts|
|Older Posts||296 Dating back to October 2009|
- Reception Centre for Evacuees has been activated
- TELUS Fibre Optic Network
- Transfer Station - St. Paul Waste Management Facility & Recycling Centre
- Friendly Welcome Program
- Donation Details
- Local Resteraunts Support Fort McMurray
- For Sale! Nostalgic Christmas Lights
- Job Opportunity- Parks & Facilities Operator
- Save the Date! Shiver Fest 2019