General Information

Annual Water Quality Reporting


The North Carolina Clean Water Act of 1999 requires that each owner or operator of any wastewater treatment plant or wastewater collection system to provide an annual performance report to its users and customers.

The Town of St. Pauls owns our wastewater collection system and the wastewater treatment facility located at 601 South Elizabeth Street. A copy of the Town’s 2017 performance report can be obtained at the St. Pauls Town Office, 210 West Blue Street, St. Pauls, NC or visit our website at

The public is invited to pick up a copy of this report or, if there are any questions surrounding this 2017 report, to contact the St. Pauls Town Office at 910-865-5164.

National Kidney Foundation: KEEP Healthy Kidney Screening

This year the National Kidney Foundation is hosting a free KEEP Healthy Kidney Screening at Second New Light Baptist Church on June 3rd from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

KEEP Healthy is the National Kidney Foundation’s frontline effort against kidney disease. In local communities across the country, KEEP Healthy provides quick tests and assesses risk factors and early signs of kidney damage. During the screening, patients receive education about ways to keep their kidneys healthy and reduce risk. This is one of NKF’s signature programs and the most immediate way we fight kidney disease and help our constituents.

Date: June 3, 2017
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Second New Light Baptist Church (3225 Purdie Hall Rd., St. Pauls, NC 28384)
Contact Information: Katheryn Cipriani 704-519-0020 x 625 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Recycling Changes

Plastics recycling schedules change! 

Those bright blue cans used for recycling plastics should be filled and rolled to the curb on the third Wednesday of every second month after a schedule change was approved by the Town Board.

Previously, plastics were recycled on the third Wednesday of every month, but due to lack of participation and the expense of transporting loads of plastics to be recycled to South Carolina, the pick-up was cut back to every other month.

Please note this change with a handy reminder posted on your refrigerator or wherever you calendar your schedules.

Please remember to pull your can away from the curb after pickup.

The next two year dates for pickup of plastics to be recycled are as follows: 


  • February 17
    April 20
    June 15
    August 17
    October 19
    December 21

    February 15
    April 19
    June 21
    August 16
    October 18
    December 20

Please remember to put your blue can (hopefully, full of plastic) on the curb the night prior to the pick up date, to make sure your can is emptied by the Public Works Department.