ABOUT THE COUNTY
The County of St. Paul is a people-focused, close-knit region with a population of just over 6400, a community of 1200 farms, 32 oil & gas companies and is located 208km northeast of Edmonton.
The Town of St. Paul, Town of Elk Point and Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay lie within the County boundaries but have their own governance. There are numerous hamlets such as Ashmont, Heinsburg, Mallaig, Lafond, Lindbergh, Lottie Lake, St. Edouard, St. Lina, and St. Vincent which form part of the County.
We're a community that shares in your values. We work to live our core values in everything we do: we’ll be honest and transparent (even when it’s tough), we’ll be fair, we’ll share in and work towards success, we’ll be welcoming, and when it comes down to it we care. We’re not the city, we’re the un-city.
Full release The Alberta government is proposing changes to the Assessment Model for regulated industrial properties such as wells and pipelines that will negatively impact the County of St. Paul revenues and has the potential to increase taxes for its residents. “The County of St. Paul is very concerned about these proposed changes,” says Steve…Learn More
The County is on calling on residents to show off the county through their photos! Until September 7, 2020 submit your photos that capture the beauty and nature of the County. Top photos will be featured in the County’s 2021 Calendar (and potentially in other County publications, on the website and on social media). The…Learn More
Notice is hereby given that the Council of the County of St. Paul No. 19 is considering Bylaw 2020-18 in relation to land uses within the County of St. Paul. Bylaw 2020-18 amends the Land Use Bylaw to allow for an onsite private sewage disposal system to be installed on Lot 1, Block 3, Plan…Learn More
Notice of Public Hearing regarding a bylaw of the County of St. Paul Council to authorize a loan for the Mallaig and District Ag Society regarding the Ag Society to borrow Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) to purchase a Zamboni. Link to Public Notice A Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at…Learn More
The County of St. Paul’s 2020 Strategic and Operational Plans are now available on the County Website at Strategic Plans 2020. The Operational Update for the April to June 2020 can be found here.Learn More
What can you burn at the Transfer Stations? Check out the latest issue of ‘Trash Talk’ that clarifies what can be burned. The Waste Management website can answer this and other questions. Information is now available to help residents with what goes into the landfills and what gets recycled at the Transfer Stations. Disposing…Learn More
County Administration and Public Works Offices have re-opening to the public. The County is working to ensure the safety of the public and County employees who enter the offices. Tempered glass has been installed at the reception areas, visitors to the offices will be required to social distance, and a limited number of visitors will…Learn More
2020 Non-residential Education Property Tax Even though the province has provided non-residential taxpayers deferral of the Education Property Tax, the County has decided to extend this deferral for all taxpayers. In order for all taxpayers to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, County Council amended the Penalty Bylaw for 2020 to allow taxpayers…Learn More
This is the ‘new normal’ this summer at Floatingstone, Lac Bellevue, and Stoney Lake campgrounds. Westcove campground will remain closed although the boat launch is open. All sites, except for tenting sites, are now open. Reservations can only be made online at Camp Reservations Canada or by phoning the park office. The phone numbers are…Learn More
Due to the excessive rainfall, the following roads are closed indefinitely – TWP 570A (Armistice Road) Between RR 72 & RR 73 will be closed indefinitely until the washout repairs can be completed. TWP 582 West of RR 50 (Moosehills Road) will be closed indefinitely until the water over the road subsides. TWP 571A (572)…Learn More
Effective 10:00 AM, Friday, May 22, 2020 the County of St. Paul is removing the Fire Advisory. With the significant amount of precipitation received throughout the County, the County of St. Paul will once again be issuing burn permits for open burning. Level 1 NO RESTRICTION: – safe campfires are allowed in campgrounds and in…Learn More
The Assessors will not hold meetings at the County Administration Office this year. Assessors from Accurate Assessment Group are still available to discuss any assessment inquiries you may have. If you have any questions regarding your tax assessment, please contact Accurate Assessment Group at 1-877-438-2305 or email Bob Daudelin at [email protected] The deadline for appealing…Learn More
Payments to the County may be made in a number of ways. Remember to include your account number on payments and the roll number on tax payments. By Mail Please do not mail cash. Administration Front Door Drop Box Cheque or money order only. No cash please. In person The County Offices have reopened…Learn More
Property development is increasing on Alberta’s lakeshores. Shoreland development can have cumulative, detrimental effects on lakes and lakeshore areas. A Temporary Field Authorization (TFA) will be required for placing a mooring structure for personal recreational use in Crown owned-bed and shore, for longer than 14 days. Note: This is an Alberta government requirement. If you…Learn More
Issued jointly by: County of St. Paul, Town of St. Paul, Town of Elk Point, Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay Most services are now operating as normal. These services include road maintenance, water, wastewater, and waste management. The municipalities are following the lead of Alberta Health Services. The situation with the virus is very fluid…Learn More
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Click here if you are looking for information on Lakeshore Developments, Temporary Field Authorizations or the Municipal Letter of Consent. The information is at the top of the 'Planning and Development' page.
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The Tuesday, August 11 regularly scheduled County Council meeting, beginning at 10:00 a.m., will be live streamed at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpToiBVrYCsqVZswlpSo_Xg Or, search ‘YouTube’ and then ‘County of St. Paul No. 19’
Full release The Alberta government is proposing changes to the Assessment Model for regulated industrial properties such as wells and pipelines that will negatively impact the County of St. Paul revenues and has the potential to increase taxes for its residents. “The County of St. Paul is very concerned about these proposed changes,” says Steve…
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