Less than 30 minutes south of Winnipeg's Perimeter Highway lies one of the true jewels of rural Manitoba - the picturesque village of St-Pierre-Jolys. Blessed with a beautiful setting along the scenic Rat River, St-Pierre-Jolys represents country living at its best with its special combination of friendly residents, affordable living
, progressive attitudes and proud heritage
. This is a community where neighbours still look out for one another, where your grocer knows you by name and where children can still safely play. It is also a community of industry and enterprise as it serves as the shopping and service centre for one of Manitoba's most fertile and agricultural regions. We invite you to take some time to discover the unhurried lifestyle of St-Pierre-Jolys, and the opportunities our community affords. If you do, we're sure that you'll fall in love with our version of clean country living.
St-Pierre-Jolys provides access to the modern services and conveniences today's homeowner expects including community wells. municipal sewer, garbage and recycling pick-up, snow removal, a fire truck with a volunteer fire brigade and ambulance services. But these municipal basics
are just a start. An ideal community for raising a family, St-Pierre-Jolys is home to educational institutions of all levels, from preschool
through to college
. And because St-Pierre-Jolys serves as both the business centre and bilingual centre of the Red River Valley Region, residents enjoy access to many of the amenities normally associated with much larger communities. These include a full service Health Care Centre
(including an acute care 14 bed hospital), a Bilingual Service Centre
(which provides access to federal, provincial and municipal government services), a newly expanded retirement home
, a full-service grocery store, an RCMP detachment
, a regional public library
and broadband/high speed internet services. For sports enthusiasts, the village of St-Pierre-Jolys has an arena
with artificial ice, baseball diamonds, a fitness centre
, is part of the Crow Wing Trail
/ Trans-Canada Trail and the St-Malo Provincial Park is minutes away.