2018 Roadside Spraying Program
The County of St. Paul No. 19 Agricultural Service Board will be starting their 2018 Roadside Spraying Program in the month of June. This program is in place to control the spread of Weeds and Brush along Municipal Road Allowances in accordance with the Weed Control Act. More details
Truck Fill in Ashmont
As of May 15, 2018 coins are no longer accepted. Only Credit Cards, Applepay, GooglePay, or see Paulette at County Office to set up an Account. Call 780-645-3301.
Council Highlights for May 8, 2018
Highlights for May 8, 2018 Council Meeting 2018 Property Tax Notices – were mailed out on May 11. If you do not receive your notice, contact Carolyn at 645-3301, ext. 215 to ensure that the County has your correct mailing address on file. The County Office will be open during the lunch hour from June 1st to 30th to accommodate ratepayers during property tax season. Transfer Station Free Freon Removal – the County in partnership with the Town of St. Paul, Town of Elk Point and Evergreen ...
First Reading - Bylaw No. 2018-07
Bylaw No 2018-07 to amend the Land Use Bylaw No. 2013-50. Agricultural to Industrial/Commercial More details
Multi-Urban IDP's Project
The County of St. Paul No. 19, in partnership with the towns of St. Paul and Elk Point and the Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay have engaged ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd. (ISL) to prepare and update Intermunicipal Development Plans (IDP) between the County and each of the partnering municipalities. These plans are intended to address future growth and development-related matters of joint interest between the municipalities. Multi-Urban IDP's Project Multi-Urban IDP's Partner Mun...
Recreation Services Master Plan
St. Paul-Elk Point Regional Recreation Services Master Plan Recreation is a significant contributor to resident quality of life in our region. Encompassing sports, parks, arts & culture, leisure pursuits, and the natural setting, recreation enriches lives and builds communities. Residents in the area enjoy quality of life due to public investment in recreation services and facilities and the efforts of various organizations and individuals working to provide recreational opportunities i...
Rural Intermunicipal Development Plans Project
An Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) is a statutory policy document that is designed to foster cooperation and ensure that planning and development across municipal borders takes place in an integrated manner without unnecessary costs or negative impacts on either municipality. Engagement Phase 1 - What We Heard Report Public Open House Project Purpose Survey
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- Transfer Unpaid Water/Sewer Accounts to Property Taxes
- Council Highlights for July 6
- Development Permit - End Date July 24
- Development Permit - End Date July 17
- Inter-Municipal Collaboration Framework - Request for Proposal
- Notice to Ratepayers
- Council Highlights for June 12
- 2018 Roadside Spraying Program
- Truck Fill in Ashmont