The Town of Mahone Bay, through the support of the Clean Foundation, is seeking two summer interns. To learn more about these opportunities, visit https://www.townofmahonebay.ca/climate--sustainability.html
Mahone Bay Town Hall will be closed on Monday, February 19th for Nova Scotia Heritage Day.
This year's NS Heritage Day Honouree is William Hall, VC. To learn more about William Hall visit https://heritageday.novascotia.ca
Due to this evening's forecasted storm system, this evening's Council meeting has been postponed to Friday, February 16th at 9am.
Check out the February edition of the Mayor's Newsletter to read an important message from the Community Logo Steering Team, Mayor's Newsletter.
This morning Mayor Devenne and Councillor Carver raised the African Nova Scotia flag to mark the beginning of African Heritage Month.
The 2024 African Heritage Month theme is Our Smiles, Our Joy, Our Resilience as African Nova Scotians. This month is a time to celebrate and recognize the history and culture of people of African descent.
To learn more about African Heritage Month and this year’s theme visit, https://ansa.novascotia.ca/african-heritage-month.
Town Hall will remain closed today, Monday, January 29th, due to weather and road conditions. Staff are working remotely and can be reached by calling our main line, 902-624-8327 or by emailing email@example.com.
On January 12, 2024 Mahone Bay Town Council gave first reading to the new, amended, Land Use By-law & Municipal Planning Strategy.
The new Land Use Bylaw & Municipal Planning Strategy will replace the existing documents and regulate land use activities across the Town.
A public hearing will be held on January 31, 2024 at 7:00pm at the Mahone Bay Legion, located at 21 Pond Street in Mahone Bay, to receive written and verbal submissions from the public on the proposed by-law and strategy. The Land Use By-law & Municipal Planning Strategy will be considered for 2nd reading and adoption at a meeting of Town Council held at the Mahone Bay Legion immediately following the Public Hearing. If weather does not permit the hearing and meeting to occur on January 31st, they will both be rescheduled to February 1, 2024.
Copies of the by-law are available for viewing at www.planmahonebay.ca. Physical copies are available at Town Hall upon request during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 9:00am – 4:00pm.
Any questions or written submissions should be directed to Kelly Munroe, Town Clerk, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (902)624-8327.
Water service has been restored to all affected areas. Traffic restrictions will still be in place for several more hours while the crews finish up their work.
For instructions on what to do after a water shut off, visit, https://www.townofmahonebay.ca/water--wastewater.html
Thank you for your patience.
There will be a water and traffic interruption on Monday, January 22nd starting mid-morning, and lasting for approximately 6 – 8 hours. This interruption will affect Main Street between Longhill Road and Clearway Street, all of Clearway Street, Skipper Lane, Welcome Street, Wye Street, Shady Lane, Hyland Lane, Garden Lane, and Spur Street. Traffic control will be on site starting at 8:00 a.m., and Clearway Street will not be able to be accessed from the Main Street entrance during this time. This interruption is necessary so that crews can perform repairs on a water main in that area.
Thank you for your patience.
We are seeking an Anti-Racism and Diversity Coordinator to lead the development and implementation of proactive diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives in support of five Municipal Units (Municipality of the District of Chester, Municipality of the District of Lunenburg, Town of Bridgewater, Town of Lunenburg, and Town of Mahone Bay).
To read the full position description, visit https://chester.ca/employment