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Water Boil Order Lifted
The Town of St. Anthony would like to advise residents in the Grenfell Heights Area only 3 homes were affected that the Precautionary Boil Order, has been lifted effective today Friday May 18, 2018. The Town apologizes for any inconvenience this may ....  Read More



Water Boil Order Lifted
Please be advised, that the Precautionary Boil Order for Squires Avenue and Theatre Road Only has been lifted today Tuesday May 1, 2018.. The Town apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused!.. Thank You!


Water Shutoff & Boil Order

Please be advised, there is a Water Shut Off on Grenfell Heights -- only 3 Homes Affected, today Monday May 14, 2018 until further notice due to work being carried out on the main line in that area. A precautionary Boil Water Order will also be in ....  Read More



Polar Bear Season
PUBLIC NOTICE: The Town of St. Anthony would like to advise residents that there has been a Polar Bear spotted in St. Lunaire-Griquet this morning March 6, 2018. We ask residents to be careful, anyone sighting a polar ....  Read More



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Beautification of Our Community

A tree lined main street could create a huge visual improvement to the appearance of our business district.. This would trigger higher levels of local investment and employment.. Every bit counts !!
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.. It also triggers investment and jobs into our local economy..

Any small effort towards improving your residential or commercial property will encourage your neighbours to also improve their own maintenance practices..

• Do not litter our streets or highways
• Mow your lawns and trim unsightly growth
• Keep your property clear of debris
• Store wood piles in a hidden place
• Remove damaged trees or branches
• Mend your fences and damaged signs
• Paint surfaces that are peeling
• Replace all broken windows and worn doors
• Replace faded or damaged vinyl siding
• Fix shingled roofs that are in disrepair
• Remove delapidated buildings or sheds
• Maintain vacant properties and buildings
• Park large commercial vehicles out of sight
• Do not leave abandoned vehicles on display
• Plant flowers and trees.. Every bit helps !!
• Create volunteer beautification committees

Our common economic future is largely based on your contribution.. Please help spread the word !!

Thanks for Your Cooperation,
The Town of St. Anthony

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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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