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4th of July Announcements/Closings

1. The St Pauls Fire Department will have fireworks on Monday July 4, 2022 at/or around dusk

2. Trash pickup schedule will be delayed due to the holiday. If your normal pickup day is Monday it will be Tuesday July 5th, if your pickup day is Tuesday it will be now be on Wednesday July 6th.

3. Town hall will be closed in observance of the Holiday on Monday July 4th. Normal business hours resume on Tuesday July 5, 2022

Public Hearing/Swearing of Commissioners

Town Board Application

Currently accepting applications for the Towns’ Planning Board.  We are looking for individuals that reside within the town or in our ETJ (extra territorial jurisdiction) which is a mile outside the town limits.

 

If interested, please fill out the application and return to town hall by June 30, 2022

Click the pdf to print off application

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Police Department Hiring

The St. Pauls Police Department is looking to hire part-time dispatchers and full-time police officers. 

Individuals hired as part-time dispatchers will be required to attend a week long certification class and will be utilized to fill shift vacancies when a full-time dispatcher is off. 

Applicants applying for the full-time police officer position(s) must have competed the BLET program and pass a background check and physical and psychological examinations.

St. Pauls Police Department offers one of the top salary and benefit packages in the area as well as incentive pay for acquiring certain specific training. 

Any individual interested in applying for either position can pick up an application at St. Pauls Police Department.

Flagging of the Graves

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Flags placed at graves of our men and women that served our country. The following cemeteries were included: Oakridge, Great Marsh Baptist, McKinnon, Rex Presbyterian, Lumber Bridge Presbyterian, Fisher Cemetery. For more information call Jonathan at McNeill legacy Funeral Home 910-865-4105

Arbor Day Tree Planting

St Pauls Arbor Day Tree Planting
St Pauls Arbor Day Tree Planting

36th Annual Arbor Day Celebration

Lumber River United Way/Robeson County Government Nonprofit Grant Application

Lumber River United Way is excited to announce a partnership with Robeson County Government to disseminate American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to nonprofit organizations. Robeson County Government will open up grant applications to disperse $1 million of its $25 million American Rescue Plan Act funds to nonprofit organizations. The funds are intended to provide a much-needed boost to nonprofits that experienced a turbulent two years, during which the need in the community outpaced donations. Nonprofits must be able to demonstrate financial hardship (revenue decrease and/or expense increase) due to COVID-19.

 

Lumber River United Way will oversee the distribution of the money which is expected to be done expediently and equitably. Grants will range from $10,000 to $50,000. Nonprofits may submit applications on United Way’s website through May 20. The web form can be found on United Way’s website in the footer: COMMUNITY FORCE.

 

Please read through the requirements, areas of funding, and scoring criteria carefully.  Print and review the application before you start the application since you will not be able to save it as you go.

The application must be completed and submitted in one session. Incomplete applications will not be considered. ARPA funds are not intended to provide start-up or seed monies for new nonprofits or programs. Funding for this project was provided by the American Rescue Plan Act and the US Department of the Treasury through Robeson County Government with assistance of the United Way.

 

Applicants that want additional information should contact Tate Johnson at tjohnson@lumberriveruw.org or 910-739-4249 ext 303.

Las Amigas Community Health Forum: July 30th

Las Amigas, Incorporated Saint Pauls/Bladen County Chapter National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month Community Health Forum

 

The R.E. Hooks Community Building

111 N 3rd Street, Saint Pauls, NC Saturday, July 30th 2022 1-5pm

Click below for event flyer

War Memorial Beautification Project

The town of St. Pauls would like to say Thank You to Watts Technology for beautifying the War Memorial.  

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Police Department Spotlight

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Congratulations to Michael W. Owens (Right) on his appointment as Chief of St. Pauls Police Department. Michael is a lifelong resident of St. Pauls and has served as Captain for the last two years. Congratulations to Michael Seago who was promoted to Captain and Bradley Rountree who was promoted to Lieutenant. Captain Michael Seago and Lieutenant Bradley Rountree will serve as command staff. 

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