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On May 1, 2024, the National Building Code - 2023 Alberta Edition will take effect. Please follow the link for more information if you are planning to build this Spring.

E-Billing: Sign Up!

Effective March 1, 2023

Effective March 1, 2023, a $2.00 fee will be charged for paper utility invoices.

To ensure you avoid a paper statement fee, please sign up for E-billing before March 1, 2023 and your invoices will be sent directly to the email you provide.

Sign Up for E-Billing

The Town of St. Paul is now offering a free e-Billing option to customers with Utility accounts. With this service customers can opt-out of receiving a paper invoice through the mail and instead elect to receive their Utility Invoice via e-mail.

To get started, simply fill out the form below.  

Choosing to sign up for e-Billing will not affect the way you pay your Utility invoices. Customers will continue to have the following options for payment: at your bank, through the mail, Online/Telephone banking,in-person by Cash, Cheque, Visa, MasterCard, and Interac. An after-hours drop-box is available for use at the front entrance of the Town Office.

PLEASE NOTE: If you change your email address, you will be responsible for contacting the Utilities Department with your new information. Non-receipt of your e-Bill is not justification for late payment and penalties will apply. If you do not receive your expected e-Bill or have further questions about e-Billing, please contact the Utilities Department at 780-645-4481.


The home owner is required to opt in, in order for the tenant to be eligible to receive their invoice via e-billing.

Automatic enrollment in future paperless notifications such as Tax Notices, Statements, Business/Animal License Renewals, etc.

By selecting accept from the drop down menu, I signify that I, the subscriber, have read and agree to the terms as follows:

  • The e-statements for notices/bills will be provided to the subscriber via email, as a PDF attachment, to the email address listed above.
  • It is the subscribers' responsibility to provide the correct email address to the Town of St. Paul and to inform Town of St. Paul in writing of any changes to this address. Non-receipt is not justification for late payment and penalties will not be waived as a result.
  • When you agree to the terms and conditions of this service you will no longer receive a paper copy of your notice/bill.
  • In the absence of evidence to the contrary, a person who opts to receive notices by electronic means is presumed to have received the documentation within 7 days of it being sent.