Take notice the following permits have been issued in accordance with Land Use Bylaw No. 2013-50 of the County of St. Paul No. 19 Single Family Dwelling - SE 21-56-11-W4, Lot 12, Block 2, Plan 0826580 Lac Sante For more information click here
Building Permit - Accessory Building
Take notice the following permits have been issued in accordance with Land Use Bylaw No.2013-50 of the County of St. Paul No. 19 Accessory Building - No Dwelling S.E. 33-58-11-W4M Lot 10, Block 8, Plan 8121231 Lottie Lake For more information click here.
Rural Multi-Jurisdictional Intermunicipal Development Plan Project Update
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 provid...
Cannabis Bylaw - First Reading
Within the Land Use Bylaw No. 2013-50, By-law No. 2018 - 15 has received first reading, this is a result of the passing of the Cannabis Act by the Federal Government. Please click here to view the Bylaw.
Transfer Unpaid Water/Sewer Accounts to Property Taxes
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 in arre...
Notice to Ratepayers
County of St. Paul No. 19 NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS To complete assessments for 2018, Assessors will be conducting physical inspections of properties throughout the County. When assessors enter onto your property, their vehicles will be clearly marked with the County of St. Paul’s name and they will also be carrying identification tags. Your cooperation with Assessor’s is greatly appreciated, as it is essential in determining equitable property assessments. Sheila Kitz, C.A.O. County of...
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