Quality of LIfe

The Quality of Life Initiative is being advanced by Engage Nova Scotia in partnership with NSCC.

This ground-breaking project will measure and improve quality of life in our province. We encourage everyone to visit to learn more about this exciting conversation and if you receive a request to participate, please take part by completing the 30-minute survey.

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RMRF Summer Student Position

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019, Council Meeting

Please join Council on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 5:00 pm for the Council Meeting. To view the Agenda click here

Spring 2019 Newsletter

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Low Income Property Tax Exemption

Municipality of Shelburne is granting a tax exemption according to the following income levels and amounts:

$25,000 or less —- $100
$22,500 or less —- $200
$20,000 or less —- $400

The exemption is granted only in respect to property occupied by the ratepayer as his or her primary residence and whose total income from all sources for 2018 (including income of all other persons residing in the household) is $25,000 or less.

Send in or drop off an application with a copy of your 2018 Notice of Assessment from the Canada Revenue Agency to the Finance Department.  

For more information, please contact the Finance Department at 902-875-3544 ext. 228.

Applications will be accepted until February 28, 2020.  

Applications are now available in the Finance Department or by following the link below.

pdf Low Income Property Tax Exemption Policy  (84 KB) and pdf Application Form 2019-2020. (191 KB)

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Warden's 2019-2020 Budget Address

Wardens Address 2019.pdf

Roseway Community Update - Spring 2019 Issue

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