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What's happening in St. Paul?
There's always something happening in St. Paul, from the Farmers' Market, to festivals and antique/classic car shows, parades and music venues. St. Paul is a treasure, not only to its residents but to hikers, bikers, boaters and more. Our leaders and citizens are working together to grow our hometown into a recognized eco-epicenter, both economically and ecologically, demonstrating the two "e's" can co-exist and flourish, while maintaining our unique small town character and heritage. Through partnerships with regional and state entities, as well as our own ingenuity and hard work, we are doing just that. Want more information, click here.  
 
For a Stay & Play flyer, click here.  For more businesses and services, check out the Business Directory.
 

Latest News, Current & Upcoming Events

The August 9 Community Appreciation Day, sponsored by the Assembly of God Church, has been POSTPONED due to weather. Mark your calendars and plan to attend next Saturday, August 16. 


1st Annual Clinch River 
Mandolin Festival & Competition

September 27, 2014

Grammy Nominee Alan Bibey judging the competition and Grasstowne Headline the Show!

Brought to you by the Town of St. Paul & the Clinch River Days Festival
http://ClinchRiverMandolinFestival.com for more information


   


 

MOUNTAIN VIEW TRAIL SYSTEM

IS OPEN

The trailhead is just off 3rd Avenue at Maggie Way. Get your permits and start enjoying the ride! Trails permits allow riders to ride through downtown St. Paul - no 4 lane use though!

2014 Annual Permits & Day Passes

are available now.

For more information, visit http://spearheadtrails.com


We are St Paul, Virginia

We are a place of extraordinary natural beauty, where the pristine Clinch River serves as the lifeblood of our community. St Paul was founded along the banks of the Clinch in the center of a region filled with natural treasures, from our southern rolling hills, to the mountain peaks and coalfields of our north. Our history has moved with the gentle flow of the River, and our future is defined by the environmental riches the River continues to provide for us. Read more...

Take a moment and read the latest Mayor's Message, for an update on the state of our Town and various projects in the works and planning stages. While you're at it, take time to visit St. Paul's Strategic Plan for Downtown Revitalization.


Notifications:

ATTENTION BUSINESS OWNERS:

Check our Commerce and Services Directory. To list or update your information, contact the St. Paul Town Hall or complete the request form online. Don't miss out on business by not being listed!

 

 

 

 

Town Hall

276-762-5297 (phone)
276-762-0479 (fax)

PO Box 66

16531 Russell Street
St. Paul, Virginia 24283

H. Kyle Fletcher

Mayor

 

Police Dept.

276-762-5022

 

Fire Dept.

276-762-9516

911

for emergencies only

Public Works

276-762-5297

(M-F 8:00 am - 4:30 pm)

276-762-5022

(evenings, weekends, holidays)
Water Plant
276-762-9683
 
Sewage Department
276-762-9575
 
Street Department
276-762-0412
Swimming Pool
276-762-5365
 
Virginia Governor McDonnell designates St. Paul
"Virginia Main Street Town"
 

 
 
 

 

Wetlands Estonoa

276-762-5151

Teresa Vencil

Exec. Director 

 

 

Heart of Appalachia
Tourism Authority
3028 4th Ave. Market Sq.
St. Paul, VA 24283
276-762-0011
info@heartofappalachia.com
www.heartofappalachia.com
 

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