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The County is advising ratepayers that Accurate Assessment Group will be providing assessment services for the 2022 tax year in the County of St. Paul. The assessors will commence property inspections in November through to December of this year. They will carry identification tags and their trucks will be clearly marked with the County of…
The Official Results can be found at this link. The Official Results were posted on Friday, October 22 at noon.
Council approved the Operational Updates at the October 12 Council Meeting. The Operational Updates reflect progress on the priorities set in the 2021 Strategic Plan. The Operation Update can be found at this link. or under Governance/Strategic Plans/2021
When there is a heavy snowstorm or other major weather event, the County snow removal crews are removing snow and sanding all of the County roads before removing the snow off of driveways. If snowfall is light, then the County snow removal crews will remove snow from driveways along their snow plow routes if snow…
County Council passed the 2022 Strategic and Operational Plans at the September 28, 2021 Public Works Meetings. The plans can be found at this link
The County of St. Paul will be performing construction upgrades on Bridge File 77649 – East of St. Lina on TWP 614 and directly west of RR 103. The construction is expected to take until October 15th for completion. Please use alternative routes. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Citizen Self-Serve is a secure online software for residents and stakeholders to view and manage property taxes, tax accounts and assessments, utility accounts and accounts receivable. The link to Citizen Self-Serve has been changed as of August 31, 2021. Users are reminded to update their links.
The County of St. Paul has declared a local ‘State of Agricultural Disaster’ on July 27, 2021 due to the hardship weather conditions and drought have placed on local farmers. State of Agriculture Disaster
On June 8, 2021, County Council enacted a Littering Bylaw and revised the Penalties Bylaw to include penalties for littering. The intent is to prohibit, restrict, prohibit, control and regulate the disposal of waste and any waste material on any road, highway or public lands within the County. The associated penalties for littering are $500…