As per the Town’s amended Council Policy, council will be available to hear comments and answer questions from 6:45pm to 7:00pm, ahead of this evening’s regular council meeting. Any public members who have comments or questions will be asked to state their place of residence. To join the Public Input Session, use this link, https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83336921213
Do you have a question? You can contact us by sending a Facebook message, giving us a call (902) 624-8327 or by sending us an email, our staff contact list and contact form can be found here, https://www.townofmahonebay.ca/contact.html.
Watching council meetings and/or reviewing agendas and minutes are an excellent way to stay in the loop. Minutes/agendas and meeting packages can be found on the Town's website, here Council meetings are live streamed on the Town's YouTube channel, here.
The next regular council meeting is scheduled for January 28th at 7pm.
NS Health is planning a local pop-up site in Bridgewater this weekend!
Where: CINEPLEX Theatre, 349 LaHave St, Bridgewater, NS B4V 2T6
When: Saturday January 16, 1 pm – 6 pm AND
Sunday January 17, 1 pm – 6 pm
The pop-up site:
No appointment necessary. Just pop-in to get tested.
There are still a few volunteer shifts available. If you are willing to assist with the pop-up site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will be in contact with you regarding the available positions. Volunteers will be provided All PPE and training before the shift
Local Improvement By-law Public Information meeting will take place on January 20, 2021 at 7pm. Contact Town Hall to find out how to join this virtual meeting. Click HERE to read the full staff report.
We remind all dog owners and dog walkers that in the Town of Mahone Bay dogs must be on a leash and under the control of the person with the dog on private property. This includes all streets, sidewalks, recreation spaces, and trails.
And please remember the clean-up bags; the Town of Mahone Bay Dog By-law states that it is an offense for an owner to not clean up the dog's feces. Nobody wants THAT ticket.
Monday, January 11th
Curbside pick up for natural Christmas Trees is scheduled for Monday, January 11th. Please be sure to have your natural tree curbside by 8am and take extra care that the tree is free of ALL ornaments, tinsel, and any other decoration.
The Town of Mahone Bay's Christmas Trees will once again go to a local goat farmer so that our trees can be recycled for recreation, shelter, and snacks for the goats. This arrangement provides a way to recycle our trees, support local business, and manage waste management costs to the Town by avoiding tipping fees.
This opportunity benefits us all, so please take extra care so that we can continue to recycle our Christmas Trees!