Country Living in the County | News & Blog
We believe that country living in the County of St. Paul is a rewarding lifestyle choice. We regularly post information on this news page about council happenings, county news, lifestyle blogs and more. Check back here regularly for updated information.
Community Aggregate Levy Fund – Capital Funding
A Community Aggregate Payment Levy is placed on County of St. Paul sand and gravel shipments and businesses operating within the municipality. The purpose of the levy is to raise revenue to be used toward the payment of infrastructure and community enhancement for organizations operating within the County. Organizations are invited to apply for funding…
Wildfire Season is March 1 to October 31
Wildfire is probably the last thing on your mind, but with a little planning you can reduce the threat of wildfire. A lot of helpful information is in this guide: Farm and Acreage – A Guide to Reducing the Risk of From Wildfire (Alberta Government, FireSmart) Start planning. Stay safe.
The Online Camping Reservation system is open
Online reservations is open through CampReservations.ca for the County Municipal Campgrounds – Floating Stone, Lac Bellevue, Stoney Lake and Westcove. Link to County campground information The campgrounds are open until September 4. Start planning. Don’t delay. Don’t be disappointed.
Order Your Gravel Online
County of St. Paul residents can place their orders for gravel and gravel delivery through the County’s website as of March 1st . Link to Gravel Orders County property owners can purchase a maximum of 25 tonnes of gravel each year per rural address, or the amount indicated in an approved Development Permit. See this…
Is your mailing address current?
Are you moving? Have you moved? Are you a new County of St. Paul resident? The County of St. Paul is reminding residents to keep their mailing information up-to-date with the County. Whether you’re new to the County or you’ve changed your mailing address in the past year, let us know. You know how to…
County of St. Paul continues to ‘Go Green’
The County is proactively moving towards energy efficiencies and increasing savings in operational costs. The County has purchased two solar powered FTR golf carts that will be used at the County’s Lac Bellevue and Stoney Lake campgrounds when they open on May 18. The golf carts are equipped with high end solar panels which ensure…
Fields where Clubroot was found in the County of St. Paul, 2014 – 2022
The updated list is now available at this link. If you have any questions about this list, please contact the County of St. Paul Agricultural Service Board at 780–645–3006 Ext 2236
Clarification About Pihew Waciy Wind Power Project
Tthe County of St. Paul No. 19 would like to clarify that wind farms are regulated (approved or refused) by the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC), which is a Provincial agency. Under Section 619 of the Municipal Government Act, an approval from the AUC prevails over any decision of the County. If the AUC approves this…
2023 County Strategic Plan and Operational Plans
At a Special Council Meeting held on October 28, Council approved the County of St. Paul 2023 Strategic Plan, and Operational Plans for Administration, Community Services, and Public Works. The documents can be found at this link