We are aware of a power outage affecting the entire western grid. Crews are on site and working to fix the problem.
Estimated restoration time is currently 2:30pm. Thank you for your patience Mahone Bay!
Pleasant will be closed from Fairmont Street to School Street, except to local traffic, tomorrow August 31st to Friday September 1st, from 9am - 5pm each day.
This is necessary so that crews can remove a large, dead elm tree.
Please be advised that Town Hall will be closed on Monday August 14th, 2023 for Staff Appreciation Day.
In case of an electrical, water or public works emergency, please call 902-543-3251.
Mark Your Calendar! Upcoming Climate & Environment Events
Tree Tour of Mahone Bay, meet at Jubilee Park Entrance – 10am Friday, August 11th (Rain Day: Saturday, August 12th )
This event will feature a walking tour of the native trees here in Mahone Bay using our Tree Inventory Map. Bring a mobile device, walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, and water. This is a great opportunity to practice your tree identification skills, meet other tree enthusiasts, appreciate our natural assets, and learn about the Town’s plans to conserve our canopy! We will walk to Bayview Cemetery while highlighting the benefits of the urban forest.
Urban Forest Engagement Session, in Fire Hall Community Room – 7pm Wednesday, August 16th
This evening event will outline the progress made in mapping the urban forest using our new map. Learn about local natural assets, asset management, and our plans to develop an Urban Forest Management Plan! We will also have a Q&A session on how residents can get involved with data collection. Snacks and refreshments provided!
Learn more on our website in ‘Projects’. https://www.townofmahonebay.ca/urban-forest-management...
We are Looking forward to these events!
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Our cherished Mahone Bay Pool was built in 1969 and it's seen better days.
The Town and the Mahone Bay Pool Society want to hear from you about what you think a new pool facility might have to offer.
Please take a few minutes to complete a short survey and let us know what you think! Click here to be taken to the survey.
Next week, Friday August 11th at 10:00 a.m., join us for a tour of the native trees in Mahone Bay! Meet at the Jubilee Park Entrance, 6 Pond St.
What to bring? Measuring tape, mobile device, walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, water. This is a great opportunity to practice your tree identification skills, meet other tree enthusiasts, and to learn about the Town’s plans to conserve our canopy! We will go on a casual walk to Bayview Cemetery while highlighting the benefits of the urban forest.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. See you then!