Town of St. George's
Incorporated in 1965
Town of St. George's
Home Of The Blueberries
Town of St. George's
Oldest Town in Bay St. George Area
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Outstanding Property Taxes

The Town of St. Georges hereby informs all residents that we will begin the legal process of recovering outstanding taxes on the following properties with unknown ownership. Any individual or entity who holds a title or any legal claim to the properties (below) is requested to immediately notify the Town

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Precautionary Water Boil Order

As of June 3rd, 2024, water flushing and well maintenance will be done over the next two to three weeks. During this time, the town will be placed on a water boil order and it will remain in effect for the duration of the flushing. Residents may experience water discoloration

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Summer Message from Mayor White

Dear Residents, As we embrace the arrival of summer, I am pleased to announce that our schools will be soon closing for the summer months. With this break, you’ll see many of our children out and about, enjoying their well-deserved time off. Please be extra cautious on the roads and

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Cancellation of General Bowling

Please be advised that general bowling sessions at the Siki Bennett Memorial Center will be canceled on Friday and Saturday evenings throughout the summer months due to low attendance. However, these time slots are still available for rental on an hourly basis. For rental inquiries and bookings, please contact the

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The town of St. George’s is located just off the Trans Canada Highway on the southeast side of Bay St. George. Incorporated in 1965, our beautiful town is the oldest town in the Bay St. George Area.

We are a 15 minute drive from Stephenville’s major shopping centers and Stephenville International Airport.  Barachois Provincial Park and Black Bank Beach are just a few miles away.

Our community, originally known as South Side or Little Bay has its origins in the French fishery of the seventeenth century.  The natural harbour attracted fishermen to spend the summer in this area and they’d return to France for the winter months. Permanently settled in the eighteenth century, the community remained a fishing village for nearly 200 years until the advent of the railroad.