West St. Paul

Neighbourhood Guide

Welcome to West St. Paul

If your ideal home includes parking for your boat, while being located adjacent to the capital city of Winnipeg, West St. Paul might be the place for you. Residents are attracted to the area for its casual lifestyle, access to the Royal Manitoba Yacht club, dining dockside while listening to live music, larger properties than often available in the City, modern homes, and low taxes. It’s not hard to understand why in recent years, West St Paul has seen an explosion of growth with new subdivisions attracting many professional families who appreciate the easy access to Winnipeg while allowing their families time to enjoy a relaxed, port-side life.

The rural municipality has a rich and vibrant history dating back to before the Manitoba Legislature created St. Paul in 1880. West St. Paul was founded around the fur trade, the Red River water route, agricultural industry, church missionaries, proximity to the City of Winnipeg and the Veterans who settled in our community after World War II. Today, West St. Paul is one of the fastest growing communities in the capital region.

Neighbourhood Stats

What You Should Know

5,368 as of the 2016 Census

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Employment Rate:

Unemployment Rate:

0-14 yrs: 16.7%
15-54 yrs: 49.9%
55+ yrs: 3,33.4%

Internet and Phone Connectivity:

Utility Services Providers:
Manitoba Hydro, Municiple Water

Landscaping Regulations:

Maintenance Regulations:
No (area will vary)

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School Districts:
Public Schools

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Noise Level:
Low (with location)

Location & Map

West St. Paul is a rural municipality in Manitoba.  It lies adjacent to the north side of Winnipeg, and directly west of the Red River.  It is part of the Winnipeg Metro Region.

It contains two communities, Middlechurch and Rivercrest. Middlechurch is the larger of the two communities and includes the municipal hall, cemetery, curling club, fire station, St. Paul’s church, the Middlechurch Home of Winnipeg, and Grassmere Creek all lie at the southern portion of the municipality.

Neighbourhood Real Estate

About the Market

Single detached homes and row houses are the predominant housing type in West St. Paul. This rural municipality offers mainly four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes. Roughly 95% of the units in the rural municipality are occupied by homeowners and 5% are rented. About one quarter of homes in this rural municipality were constructed after the year 2000, while many of the remaining buildings were built pre-1960 and in the 1960s.

West St. Paul is home to planned communities such as River Springs Grove and Parkview Pointe.

Standard of Living

High Standard

Market Type

Buyers / Sellers

Housing Prices

2021 Median Sale Price is $532,000

Neighbourhood Highlights

What to Expect

West St. Paul has a strong cultural + recreational backbone, evident by the newly built community centre, numerous parks + sports venues in its boundaries.
Sunova Centre provides skating, soccer and baseball facilities to our community as well as many recreational programs provided throughout the year. It is just minutes away off the North Perimeter Highway.
The Riverdale Municipal Park also has a playground and tennis court for all tennis lovers. The municipality has its own curling club that boasts 4 ice sheets, and 6 baseball diamonds. The municipality also boasts the Royal Manitoba Yacht Club and Marina, and another boat launch just south on the Perimeter Highway and Provincial Trunk Highway.

Fall in Love

Situated near the Red River, West St. Paul offers beautiful river views and many interesting areas to explore. Within a short drive are Bird’s Hill Provincial Park, site of large-scale events like the legendary Winnipeg Folk Festival, and Oak Hammock Marsh, an award-winning wetland preserve and interpretive centre.

The historical St. Paul’s Anglican Church was established in 1825 and provided the name name to the municipality.

Outdoor Areas & Amenities

  • Day-care
  • K – 8 School
  • Nursery School
  • Bars + Restaurants
  • Hospital
  • Elderly Nursing Home
  • Police Station
  • Fire Station
  • Library Services
  • Parks
  • Recreation Facilities
  • Family Neighbourhood
  • Natural Environment
  • Sloped Terrain
  • Suburban Community
  • Countryside
  • Close to Highways
  • Consistent Home Style
  • Places of Worship
  • Community Events

Neighbourhood Traffic Network

Commuting Time

With multiple routes for road travel, West St. Paul is a truly connected community. It’s easy to travel to Winnipeg – and from Winnipeg, to destinations around the world.

Average Commutes (In Minutes)


Assiniboine Park Zoo

International Airport

Grand Beach

University of Manitoba

Bird’s Hill Provincial Park

More In The Neighborhood

Community Activities

The Rural Municipality of West St. Paul has a very strong cultural and recreational backbone, evident by the numerous parks located within its boundaries as well as the Sunova Centre – West St. Paul’s Recreation Site

The Sunova Centre is a 17,000 square foot facility that includes a gymnasium – complete with four changing rooms, a spacious lobby, commercial kitchen, mezzanine level, boardroom and outdoor viewing area.

The West St. Paul Recreation Site also includes the outdoor skating rink, pleasure skating rink, four ball diamonds and six soccer pitches of various sizes. The Recreation Site hosts West St. Paul Hockey, Soccer, Softball and Baseball Teams during their sports seasons. The West St. Paul Nursery School proudly calls the Sunova Centre home.

Along with hosting these sporting activities, the Sunova Centre also runs various recreational programs and activities for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy! Many Community Events occur at the Sunova Centre throughout the year as well.

The Sunova Centre is available to rent for various events and activities such as birthday parties, socials, sports team practices and so much more! Please contact the Sunova Centre directly for rental rates and available dates.

Neighbourhood School Districts

Seven Oaks School Division + West St. Paul School

Seven Oaks School Division serves the community of West St. Paul. Seven Oaks’ twenty-seven schools are organized as early years, middle years, kindergarten to grade eight and senior years schools. French Immersion is generally offered in a dual track setting with one milieu school. A Ukrainian bilingual program is offered at early and middle years schools. http://www.7oaks.org

Seven Oaks sees education as vital to the quality of our community life and our democracy.

Seven Oaks believes in its teachers. They value their professionalism and take pride in their work with children. Teaching is founded on caring and reflection is fundamental to ongoing professional development.

Neighbourhood Attractions

Top Family Areas

West St. Paul Curling Club

The West St. Paul Curling Club is a community centre with a long history of curling and community events.

Sunova Centre

The Sunova Centre is a 17,000 square foot facility that includes a gymnasium – complete with four changing rooms, a spacious lobby, commercial kitchen, mezzanine level, boardroom and outdoor viewing area. It also includes an outdoor skating rink, ball diamonds and soccer pitches.

Larters at St. Andrews Golf

A great alternative to city golf courses in Winnipeg, Larters at St. Andrews is a first class golf experience. 18 holes of championship golf, clubhouse complete with full restaurant, dining room, meeting rooms and banquet facility.

Lower Fort Garry

Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site Standing on the bank of the Red River for more than 180 years, Lower Fort Garry tells inspiring tales of innovation, discovery and struggle.

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