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Tuesday , 27 October 2020

Town of St. Paul

St. Paul Regional Director of Emergency Management message

A Message from the Regional Director of Emergency Management I would like to first announce that the Office of Emergency Management for the Region of St. Paul has officially come back under Fire Services authority. With supervision from the Region’s CAO’s and input from the Regional Emergency Management Agency (REMA), …

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Excavation due to water break in St. Paul on 47 Ave

The Town of St. Paul is warning of some disruptions on 47 Ave. Construction is happening on Monday at 4017 47 Ave on an excavation due to a water break. A temporary water shut off may occur for residents in this area. The Town is asking that only local traffic …

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No Fire Ban for County of St. Paul

Currently within the County of St. Paul there is NO Fire Ban. For any open burning of brush, grass, branches you must contact the County of St. Paul at 780-645-3301 for a permit. For the Town of St. Paul you are allowed to have fires in your backyard in an …

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St. Paul Regional COVID-19 Update

The County of St. Paul, Town of St. Paul, Town of Elk Point and Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay will be providing residents with periodic updates on the actions the Regional Municipalities are taking to stay abreast of the COVID-19 or Coronavirus situation. On Wednesday, March 18 a virtual Incident …

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Are you planning on building in St. Paul in 2020?

To utilize the construction season to the fullest, you may apply now for your Development Permit. A Development Permit is valid to start within 12 months of permit issuance. A Building Permit is valid to start within 90 days of permit issuance. Construction may begin when the Development Permit and …

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A Message from Mayor Maureen Miller

Hope you are all staying warm for the first couple of months of 2020.  Besides the ongoing snow removal this time of year we are actually pretty busy behind the scenes.  Parks and Rec are busy maintaining ice surfaces with staff working shifts to cover all the use. Work continues …

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