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Due to the updated Provincial public health restrictions, our Municipal offices will remain closed and support work from home operations until May 31, 2021.
Services to residents will continue to be provided as efficiently as possible. Questions and concerns related to taxes and other services such as recreation, building permits, waste diversion, public works, etc. can be addressed online, by phone or email. Click here for alternate payment methods for building permits, tipping fees and property tax payments.
Operations at the Regional Material Recovery Facility will remain open to the public, this could change at any time, so we encourage residents to check back often for on-going updates.
Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by a bacterium named Borrelia spread by ticks. The most common sign of infection is an expanding area of redness, bullseye mark, on the skin that appears at the site of the tick bite about a week after it occurred.
Here are some ways to protect yourself if you venture into wooded or forested areas within risk areas for Lyme disease:
Wear light coloured long-sleeved shirts and pants to spot ticks more easily
Tuck your shirt into your pants, and pu...
Currently there are no disruptions to Curbside Waste collection. The trucks are still on their normal route and everything is a go. We do not expect any disruptions to service in light of the Provincial shutdown.
The Nova Scotia Government announced additional support for Nova Scotia businesses hit hard by the pandemic and facing province-wide restrictions as a result of a third wave.
Three programs – one new program and two previously announced –aim to help small business owners such as restaurants, spas, hotels, gyms and hair salons. Businesses will be supported through rebates, with an immediate infusion of cash to hire staff, pay down debt or order supplies.
Fees for businesses will also be deferre...