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WATER OUTAGE UPDATE

Shortly after 11 am today Town’s Public Work’s staff discovered that the Town’s water outage was caused by frazzle ice blocking the main intake at St. Anthony Pond. Staff
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

The Town of St. Anthony would like to inform all residents that we have a water issue the whole town is presently impacted and we ask everyone to restrain from using any water. Our Public Works staff is working on the issue and once information ....  Read More



SAFETY MESSAGE

The Town of St. Anthony would like to remind residents of the following;

1. We ask motorist to reduce speed and watch for children during the school year 2. We ask
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Public Notice
The Town of St. Anthony would like to advise all drivers and pedestrians to please take caution around town due to road repairs being carried out. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you!


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WATER OUTAGE UPDATE



 

  Shortly after 11 am today Town’s Public Work’s staff discovered that the Town’s water outage was caused by frazzle ice blocking the main intake at St. Anthony Pond.   Staff proceeded to engage a secondary intake to start water recovery to the community.  In addition, staff used the air bubbler unit to remove the frazzle ice from the main intake.  Once ice was removed from the main intake, staff was able to re-engage the new intake to service the community.  Water pressure is now returning to all parts of the community and should be back to normal in coming hours.   Home owners are encouraged to run their cold water system to remove air and silt from interior lines.    Reminder that there is a precautionary boil water advisory is in place until further notice.   The Town of St. Anthony wishes to thank its residents and businesses for their understanding during the water outage.   Town of St. Anthony  

IMPORTANT NOTICE


The Town of St. Anthony would like to inform all residents that we have a water issue the whole town is presently impacted and we ask everyone to restrain from using any water.  Our Public Works staff is working on the issue and once information becomes available we will be sending out another notice.  A Precautionary Boil Order is in effect for the Whole Town until further Notice.  Sorry For any Inconvenience this may cause.  Thank You!


SAFETY MESSAGE


The Town of St. Anthony would like to remind residents of the following;

  1.      We ask motorist to reduce speed and watch for children during the school year 2.      We ask that children be aware of vehicle traffic while waiting for the school bus 3.      School zone speed limits are 30km   Let’s work together to provide a safe experience for motorist and pedestrians this school year.   Thank you, Town of St. Anthony

Public Notice

The Town of St. Anthony would like to advise all drivers and pedestrians to please take caution around town due to road repairs being carried out. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you!

Speed Limit Notice

West Street - East Street - North Street - 40 km
All side streets (inc Fishing Point Rd) - 30 km
School Zone`s (Goose Cove Road - Town Hall, Cohen`s Furniture - Royal Canadian Legion) - 30 km


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Community Addiction Prevention and Mental Health Promotion Fund Program
The Community Addictions Prevention and Mental Health Promotion Fund is an initiative of the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Health and Community Services. The fund is administered by the Department in partnership with the four regional ....  Read More



Light up the Park - December 4th
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SENIORS COTTAGES APPLICATIONS

St. Anthony Non-Profit Senior’s Housing Complex Inc. will be accepting applications for the 10 units being constructed at Ollerhead Road in St. Anthony, NL. Anyone wanting to apply is asked to complete an application.
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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The Northern Peninsula Family Resource Centre would like to invite you to their “Annual General Meeting” on November 22nd at the Grenfell Interpretation Centre in St. Anthony @ 2 PM. Click
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FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA NOTICE TO ANGLERS
na.18.055B Oct. 17, 2018 Online Recreational Trout Consultation Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) in Newfoundland and Labrador is conducting an online consultation regarding insular Newfoundland Recreational ....  Read More



SAFETY MESSAGE

The Town of St. Anthony would like to remind walkers and vehicle operators that its everyone’s responsibility to ensure our roads are safe for pedestrians and motorists. Therefore, we ask that walker
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