Town of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia

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PO Box 530
493 Main Street
Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
B0J 2E0

phone: 902-624-8327
fax: 902-624-8069
clerk@townofmahonebay.ca

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - CASUAL OFFICE CLERK

Casual Office Clerk

Please see attached pdf for details.

ELECTRONICS DEPOT NOW OPEN AT LUNENBURG REGIONAL RECYCLING CENTRE

An Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) depot has opened at the Lunenburg Regional Community Recycling Centre (LRCRC) at 908 Mullock Road, Whynott's Settlement in December 2014. Most electronics are banned from landfill in Nova Scotia but are free to drop off for recycling. The depot is open during regular hours of operation at the LRCRC. For more information please call (902) 543-2991 or visit the Recycling Centre's website.

211 NOVA SCOTIA

Nova Scotians can call 211 or visit http://ns.211.ca to access information on community services such as financial and social assistance, Senior's services and home care, parenting and family programs, mental health support and much, much more.

NEW CLEAR GARBAGE BAG PROGRAM

Please see the attached link for information on the Town’s new Clear Bag Program. Please note, the program comes into effect April 1, 2014, and enforcement will begin October 1, 2014. Information on Clear Bag Program

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW FOR 2015 MEETING DATES AND SOLID WASTE PICK UP SCHEDULE

 

new entrance signTown of Mahone Bay

We are the little town named for the Mahone Bay and its 365 islands, whose sparkling waters offer a unique setting for some world-class sailing and boating. People from all over the world are drawn to our area for just this reason, but there is much more to Mahone Bay!

We are located only 1 hour from Halifax, and the Stanfield International Airport. This makes Mahone Bay easily accessible via Highway 103 on the beautiful south shore of Nova Scotia.

Starting with the arrival of the European settlers in 1754, the history of the Town of Mahone Bay can be traced in our walkable, tree-lined streets. The town's heritage homes and original architecture are much photographed and painted; however, for those whose visit leads to a love affair with the town, the one main street and side streets provide many shops and services in a safe and quiet environment. Recreational facilities abound; there is a first-class elementary school; and, in addition to our iconic 'three churches', there are two others. Mahone Bay is a small town where almost everything is within walking distance.

Mahone Bay also produces many events and festivals which appeal to residents and visitors alike. They are made possible thanks to the many volunteers who have involved themselves in the life of the town. You will find the town has much to offer. We invite you to come see just how special Mahone Bay is - 'a treasure since 1754'.