East St. Paul

Neighbourhood Guide

Welcome to East St. Paul

Located just northeast of Winnipeg East St. Paul is home to some of Manitoba’s most premier subdivisions, offering large properties, modern homes and an elegant, suburban lifestyle.

The municipality offers a wide range of sports and recreational facilities, including baseball diamonds, soccer fields, skating rinks, tennis courts, curling rinks, access to snowmobile trails and boat launches to the Red River. Offering community water and sewer, with a home price median of $575,000 East St. Paul is a natural choice for those looking for a refined, casual lifestyle.

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Neighbourhood Stats

What You Should Know

Population:
9,882 as of the 2016 Census

Population Density:
Average

Employment Rate:
62.4%

Demographics:

0-14 yrs: 23.7%
15-64 yrs: 67.4%
65+ yrs: 8.9%

Internet and Phone Connectivity:
Reliable, high speed available

Utility Services Providers:
Manitoba Hydro, Municipal Water

Landscaping Regulations:
No

Maintenance Regulations:
No (area will vary)

Pet-Friendly Neighborhood:
Yes

Closed Communities:
No

Energy Efficient Communities:
Yes

School Districts:
Public Schools

Safety Level:
Safe

Street Infrastructure:
Good

Privacy Level:
High

Noise Level:
Low (with location)

Location & Map

Just northeast of Winnipeg sits peaceful East St. Paul. Here you’ll find the best of both worlds: urban convenience and rural charm. Separated from neighbouring West St. Paul by the Red River, this scenic community is full of history and brimming with the beauty of nature. If that weren’t enough, friendly locals and almost-endless recreational opportunities make this the ideal place for families. 

Although it is one of the smallest rural municipalities, East St. Paul is able to offer a wide range of services and community programs found in much larger urban centres. It is recognized as having one of the best trained and equipped volunteer fire departments in the province.

Neighbourhood Real Estate

About the Market

The real estate market in East St Paul is strong. The average sale price is around $765,000 with an average of 1900 square feet. Typical days on market are between 20-40 days.

With a short commute to Winnipeg, Selkirk, and other outer city communities, East St Paul holds steady as a Go-to community offering multiple recreational activities, shopping, with a strong real estate market and continued development.

Standard of Living

High Standard

Market Type

Buyers / Sellers

Housing Prices

Average Home Price $535,000

Neighbourhood Highlights

What to Expect

East St Paul offers an active lifestyle. You’ll find walking trails, snowshoeing paths, ski hills, shopping, restaurants, schools parks, public transportation, garbage pickup & more!

A wide range of sports and recreational facilities are available in our community, including baseball diamonds, soccer fields, skating rinks, tennis courts, curling rinks, access to snowmobile trails and boat launches to the Red River. Thanks to a strong spirit of volunteerism and community participation, the Municipality is able to host large sporting events at the regional and provincial levels, and community teams have earned numerous City and Provincial titles in a variety of sports. The recent development of a 36 acre summer sports and recreation complex will further enhance soccer, softball and baseball activity

Fall in Love

Situated on the outskirts of Winnipeg, East St. Paul gives the feeling of country living with easy access to the amenities of city life.  With a wide variety of established home styles, this community sets itself apart from the rest.

This beautiful community is known for its pristine parks and trails, along with its abundant recreational facilities. The Trans Canada and Duff Roblin Parkway Trails are easily accessible, and you’ll find a total of 12 parks in the area (including the majestic Silver Springs Park, which sits on a former quarry). 

Outdoor Areas & Amenities

  • Day-care
  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Elderly Nursing Home
  • Police Station
  • Fire Station
  • Library Services
  • Parks
  • Recreation Facilities
  • Community Club
  • Food Markets
  • Bars + Restaurants
  • Family Neighbourhood
  • Natural Environment
  • Walkable Neighbourhood
  • Suburban Community
  • Countryside
  • Large Lot Sizes
  • Close to Highways
  • Maintained Infrastructure
  • Places of Worship
  • Community Events

Neighbourhood Traffic Network

Commuting Time

With it’s close proximity to the City of Winnipeg, most services and areas can be accessed in under 30 minutes.  Highways around the area are a mix of 4 lane divided and 2 lane highways.

Average Commutes (In Minutes)

Winnipeg
5 MINUTES

City of Selkirk
20 MINUTES

International Airport
25 MINUTES

Grand Beach
45 MINUTES

University of Manitoba
30 MINUTES

Birds Hill Provincial Park
10 MINUTES

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Community Activities

A wide range of sports and recreational facilities are available in East St. Paul, including baseball diamonds, soccer fields, skating rinks, tennis courts, curling rinks, access to snowmobile trails and boat launches to the Red River.

Thanks to a strong spirit of volunteerism and community participation, the Municipality is able to host large sporting events at the regional and provincial levels, and community teams have earned numerous City and Provincial titles in a variety of sports. The recent development of a 36 acre summer sports and recreation complex will further enhance soccer, softball and baseball activity.

Neighbourhood School Districts

River East Transcona School Division

River East Transcona is a dynamic, caring and innovative school division where  teachers and staff dedicate their days to providing students with the education, guidance and services they need to learn and reach their fullest potential.

RETSD is the second-largest division in the province, with about 16,700 students in 42 schools staffed by approximately 3,000 team members.

Located east of the Red River in the northeast quadrant of the city, it serve the urban communities of East and North Kildonan and Transcona, and the rural communities of East St. Paul and St, Clements.

Their committed, talented staff employs fair and consistent rules, open communication, attitudes of inclusion, a foundation of solid values and an exciting, full curriculum to help their students achieve their goals.

Neighbourhood Attractions

Top Family Areas

Spring Hill

Located South East of East ST Paul, Spring Hill offers year round fun! In the winter you can hit the hill with your snowboard and skis. In the summer its a great place to gather with friends and family for a nice dinner and outdoor fun.

East St. Paul Community Centre

The ESPCC offers many sports opportunities such as hockey, ringette, basketball, soccer, baseball and skating.  The ESPCC is a volunteer run organization which offers another avenue for residents to be involved in their community.

55+ Activity Centre

Established in 1967, the Pioneer Village Museum recreates a small rural Manitoba community in the early 1900s. Housed within the grounds is a home, railway station, barbershop, blacksmith shop, school, community hall, and store, just to name a few.

Silver Springs Park

Silver Springs Park is a 3.4 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near East Saint Paul, Manitoba, that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from May until October.

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