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NOV
06
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Collaboration with our Urban Neighbours

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Intermunicipal Collaboration Frameworks (ICF) Project Recent amendments made to the Municipal Government Act (MGA) by the Province of Alberta require all municipalities to adopt Intermunicipal Collaboration Frameworks (ICFs) with each municipal neighbor that shares a common boundary. ICFs promote intermunicipal collaboration, specifically in relation to the provision of services to residents. To fulfill this mandate, the County of St. Paul, along with its municipal partners the Town o... More...
OCT
22
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FCSS has a New Website!

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Connect with County of St. Paul & Elk Point Family and Community Support Services online: New website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Coming Soon!
OCT
18
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Cannabis Consumption

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As of October 17th, 2018, recreational cannabis is legal in Canada. Each province and municipality will have a different set of rules. The County of St. Paul is working to manage the legalization of cannabis in the best interests of our community by exploring the regulation of cannabis consumption in public places. For the time being, residents and visitors must follow provincial guidelines as set in Alberta’s legislation and regulations under the Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Act and the... More...
OCT
16
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Development Permit

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The County of St. Paul issues Development permits on a regular basis. Accessory Building height to be 17' instead of 14.75' Location: S.W. 25-57-10-W4M. Lot 15, Block 1, Plan 8122184 For more information, click here.
OCT
11
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Development Permit

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The County of St. Paul issues Development permits on a regular basis. A single family dwelling to be 18.97m to municipal road instead of 40m. Accessory Building to be located to 10.54m to north side property line instead of 12m. Location: N.E. 36-57-10-W4M, Lot 1, Plan 9420589 For more information, click here.
OCT
04
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Fire Prevention Week

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Message from the Alberta Fire Commissioner Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere! October 7, 2018, marks the beginning of this year’s Fire Prevention Week. This year’s campaign, “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere,” works to educate people about three basic but essential steps to take to reduce the likelihood of having a fire ––and how to escape safely in the event of one. LOOK Look for places where a fire could... More...
OCT
01
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Job Opportunity with the Region

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The County of St. Paul, Town of St. Paul, Town of Elk Point and the Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay are currently recruiting a Director of Emergency Management And Occupational Health and Safety OVERVIEW: The Director of Emergency Management and Occupational Health and Safety manages the Region’s Safety Management System (RSMS) and the Regional Emergency Management Plan (REMP), by developing, implementing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating plans, policies and strategies that ... More...
SEP
20
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Land Use Bylaw Amendment

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Amendment to Section 7.22 of Land Use Bylaw 2013-50, to include a notwithstanding clause to permit two dwellings on Lot 1, Block 1, Plan 1024694 contained within NE 1-58-9-W4. Click here to find more information
AUG
20

Rural Multi-Jurisdictional Intermunicipal Development Plan Project Update

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Rural Multi-Jurisdictional Intermunicipal Development Plan Project Update Thank you to all participants who contributed feedback through the stakeholder meetings, open house and online survey. The feedback is helping to inform the creation of the Intermunicipal Development Plans. A summary of the engagement is available here.  The Intermunicipal Development Plans are currently being drafted and reviewed. They will be presented to Council in the fall and a public hearing will p... More...
JUL
11

Transfer Unpaid Water/Sewer Accounts to Property Taxes

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Transfer Unpaid Water/Sewer Accounts to Property Taxes – Effective July 30th any water/sewer accounts that are 90 days in arrears will be transferred to the property tax account and become subject to penalties. Residents will continue to receive their monthly invoices and will be notified when their account is 60 days past due. Following that, residents will receive a disconnection letter via mail and will be given 2 weeks to pay their overdue account. Any amounts remaining 90 days i... More...
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