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Water outage - Boil advisory
The Town of St. Anthony wishes to notify the public that the Town’s Water supply will be shut down from 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 24, 2017. This outage is to allow Budgell’s Equipment ....  Read More

The Town of St. Anthony would like to advise there is a precautionary water boil order in effect from the hospital (excluding the hospital) to fishing point until further notice. The Town apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you.

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Town Council of St. Anthony

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The Town of St. Anthony was incorporated in 1945 as a small fishing town and has since grown to a population of 2,500 people. As a member of the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Municipalities, the Town of St. Anthony has voting privileges on a provincial membership that play vital roles in the running of municipalities in this province.

The population of St. Anthony peaked in 1992 at which time we had seen the collapse of the cod fishery. It has since remained constant. The lack of decline can be attributed to the hard work of local citizens who stepped forward and became municipal politicians in the running of our Town.

  Members of Council

Mayor, Ernest Simms
Email: ernestsimms62@gmail.com

Deputy Mayor, Darl Scott
Email: dscott@nf.sympatico.ca

Councillor, Eric Boyd
Email: ecboyd12@gmail.com

Councillor, Ralph Hedderson
Email: barshedderson@hotmail.com

Councillor, Bruce Payne
Email: l.b.payne@nf.sympatico.ca

Councillor, Desmond McDonald
Email: dmcd6@hotmail.com

Councillor, Krista Lynn Howell
Email: klhowell@mun.ca

Dwayne Cull - resigned February 2016
Marilyn Walker - resigned September 2015

A Term of Office is for four (4) years and bi-elections are held for the remainder of a term for any vacant seat. The Mayor is elected by the town’s people and the Deputy Mayor is elected by Council members at the first meeting of the new Council. The Mayor and Town Manager sit on all meetings of Council and committees.

The Town of St. Anthony welcomes your comments and views. You may contact our business office Monday thru Friday (8:30 – 4:30).

  Link: Elected Officials since 1945      

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Beautification of Our Community
Our town is one of the most naturally scenic environments in all of Canada.. Most residential and commercial properties have displayed high standards of maintenance.. Civic pride, surrounding the appearance of our town, inspires greater population growth.. ....  Read More

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