Garbage Schedule: Easter Weekend
Please be advised of a schedule change for Garbage Pickup due to the Easter Weekend. If your regular scheduled day is Friday, the Public Works Department will be collecting Thursday, March 29th- a day early. If your regular scheduled day is Monday, the Public Works Department will be collecting Tuesday, April 3- a day behind.
2018 Spring & Summer Community Guide
Here's a look at the 2018 Spring & Summer Community Guide. Please follow this link to access a variety of activities to be involved in within our community. Enjoy!
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 purpose of the public hearing is to obtain public input on proposed Bylaw No. 1243 which is being held on March 26, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
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 hydrant valve repair. Traffic will be affected in this area and we ask that everyone exercises caution.
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 served at Shiver Fest.
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 the Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay have engaged ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd. to prepare one new Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) and update two existing IDPs. The Province of Alberta is implementing new changes to the Municipal Government Act which now requires all municipalities that share a boundary with another municipality prepa...
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 snow can be fun but also dangerous for children. As of lately the Municipal operators have been observing some dangerous play by children that could cause serious injury or worse. Some hazards that we face daily while our operators are working: • Building forts and tunnels can be fun, but this activity should always be supervised by an adult. ...
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- 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
- Geezers on Wheezers
- Tin Cup Restaurant- Request for Proposal
- Golf Club Manager and Marketing Coordinator Position