The Town of Mahone Bay wants to hear what you have to say. There are many ways to connect with Council, whether it is to make a suggestion, discuss an idea, or even ask questions to better understand what is being deliberated by Council.
You can always reach out to Council by email or letter.
Individual Council email addresses are listed on the Meet Council page.
To be received at a Council meeting, correspondence will be added to the agenda as long as it is received five days in advance of the next regular Council meeting. If it does not make the deadline, the correspondence will be added to the agenda for the following regular Council meeting.
Correspondence for a Council agenda can be submitted in the following ways:
Mahone Bay Town Council
PO Box 530
493 Main Street
Mahone Bay, NS B0J 2E0
Correspondence may be dropped off at Town Hall which is located at 493 Main Street. If staff are not present, please use the drop box to the left of the front door.
For correspondence to be added to the Council agenda, please use firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to make a presentation to Council (delegation), please contact the Town Clerk at 902-624-8327 or email@example.com to be added to an upcoming agenda.
To be added to an available delegation spot on an upcoming Council agenda, the completed Delegation Application Form must be received no later than five business days in advance of the Council meeting.
There are two delegations slots on a regular Council agenda, each for a maximum ten-minute presentation. Council may have questions at the end of the presentation, which would not be included in the presenter’s allotted ten minutes.
Town staff are happy to help connect you with Council members, help you find information, or even to talk to you about different options to present your thoughts to Council. To connect with staff send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-624-8327.
Anyone is welcome to attend council meetings (currently held virtually). The Town's meeting calendar can be found on the home page. Meetings are live streamed on the Town’s YouTube channel where you can also view past council meetings.
Council also provides a 10-minute Q&A for attendees, following the conclusion of each regular meeting.