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General Information about East St. PaulBoundaries - Development - Services - Schools - Politics
BoundariesEast St. Paul is located north east and adjacent to the City of Winnipeg. The Municipality encompasses 42 square kilometers within the boundaries of the Red River to the west, the Municipality of St. Clements to the north; just east of the Floodway; and Winnipeg to the south.
Boundaries can be found on our General Information Map found here
DevelopmentWith quick access to three major highways (No. 59, No. 1, and No. 8), residents are within an hour's drive of the Whiteshell, Grand Beach, and Winnipeg Beach.
Below is the population of East St Paul from past Census data.
ServicesAlthough it is one of the smallest rural municipalities, East St. Paul is able to offer a wide range of services and community programs found in much larger urban centres. It is recognized as having one of the best trained and equipped volunteer fire departments in the province.
East St. Paul has its own sewage treatment plant with over 2500 connected. The remainder have private sewage disposal systems. The Municipality provides weekly garbage and recycling pick-up to residents.
A wide range of sports and recreational facilities are available in our community, including baseball diamonds, soccer fields, skating rinks, tennis courts, curling rinks, access to snowmobile trails and boat launches to the Red River. Thanks to a strong spirit of volunteerism and community participation, the Municipality is able to host large sporting events at the regional and provincial levels, and community teams have earned numerous City and Provincial titles in a variety of sports. The recent development of a 36 acre summer sports and recreation complex will further enhance soccer, softball and baseball activity.
The East St. Paul Community Club is run by a dedicated group of volunteers who organize many sporting events and social activities. More information on Community Club activities and the Curling Club can be found by accessing the "Recreation" page in this web site.
Library services are available at any City of Winnipeg Library. The Municipality refunds a portion of the non-resident fee paid by East St. Paul residents to acquire a library card.
SchoolsThe River East School Division is responsible for the primary and secondary education of school-aged children in East St. Paul. There are three schools located within the municipality, including two elementary schools and one junior high school. For senior high school, students are provided school bus service to Winnipeg schools.
PoliticsFederally, East St. Paul is in the Winnipeg North-St. Paul riding and provincially it is in the St. Paul Riding. Municipal elections are held every four years. The Municipality is governed by an elected mayor and councillors representing four wards. More information click here