On Tuesday, June 22nd the Town of Mahone Bay hosted a community discussion about what project(s) would help create a better community for cycling in Mahone Bay. To learn more, watch the recorded session.
The Heat pump Options Made Easy or HOME program is a "One-Stop-Heat-Pump-Shop" making it easier and more affordable to install and maintain a heat pump for your home.
The HOME program provides the year-round comfort of a heat pump without the upfront cost.
You can have ease of mind with maintenance and cleaning taken care of. The monthly fee is inclusive of hardware & installation as well as maintenance & cleaning for 10 years.
It's never been easier to get a heat pump!
The Town of Mahone Bay has partnered with CUA and Atlantic Heating and Cooling to provide our customers with affordable heat pump options. This program is designed to make access to heat pumps easy and affordable.
From application to installation, maintenance, and beyond we take care of you at every step of the way! To learn more visit https://heatpumpprogram.ca/.
Mahone Bay Town Council Approves Fire Hall
June 10, 2021
Mahone Bay, NS – The Town of Mahone Bay and the Mahone Bay Fire Department Society are moving forward with plans to replace the old fire hall on Kinburn Street.
On September 8th, 2020 the Town awarded the contract to design and build the new Mahone Bay Fire Station to Roscoe Construction Limited. Work is now well underway on the new station, located behind the old hall.
At the same meeting, Town Council approved an application for Federal and Provincial funding to replace the existing hall – attached to the old station – with a more energy efficient extension on the new station, on the urging of Mahone Bay & District Volunteer Fire Department volunteers.
With no confirmation of Federal or Provincial funds to date, the Town Council has reached an Agreement with the Society to proceed with the new hall – estimated to cost an additional $1 million dollars - to be largely financed by volunteer fundraising activities.
The Agreement between the Town and the Fire Department Society to build the new hall recognizes the contributions of the volunteers and sets the stage for sustainable fire service operations into the future.
Mayor David Devenne stated: "The Town Council is pleased to be able to move forward with the fire hall extension on our new fire station, in cooperation with the volunteers of the Mahone Bay and District Volunteer Fire Department. We are grateful for the commitment of our volunteer firefighters to serving our community, and investments such as the new station and hall will serve the Department and the community for decades to come."
The fire hall extension will support volunteer fundraising activities which provide revenue for the purchase of needed equipment, trucks, etc., in addition to taxes and donations. The extension will also expand the new building’s emergency capacity, allowing it to serve as a full-fledged emergency shelter for Mahone Bay and area. Work on the hall should be substantially completed in the winter of 2022.
For interviews or more information, contact:
Mayor David Devenne
Great news - the Community-Wide Bicycle Route Survey has been extended until June 11th! We've gotten fantastic feedback from the community so please keep the ideas coming in.
The Town will be holding a Public Session to share the results of this survey and stimulate discussion with the public toward a shared goal of identifying an actionable project as part of a Community-Wide Bicycle Route.
Fill out the survey at http://bit.ly/bicyclesurveyMB
Join us for the public participation session on Tuesday, June 22nd from 7 - 8pm at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88000572221
The Pride Flag is flying over Mahone Bay as of 7:30am on Tuesday June 1st.
Are we the first pride flag flying in Mahone Bay? We sure hope so!
Please note that the sidewalk in front of the new Nursing Home build will be closed to the public from May 25th to May 28th inclusive. This is a public safety measure and we appreciate your cooperation as we take steps to keep pedestrians safe.
This by-law provides regulations which address the impacts that inappropriate feeding may have on the property and safety of residents and properties owners in the Town of Mahone Bay.
A public hearing will be held on June 8, 2021 at 6:30pm on the Town of Mahone Bay’s YouTube channel to receive written and verbal submissions from the public on the proposed by-law.
If you would like to make a submission, please contact Town Hall staff to make arrangements either by phoning (902) 624-8327 during business hours, or by emailing email@example.com.
The by-law will be considered for 2nd reading and adoption at a meeting of Town Council on June 8, 2021 immediately following the public hearing.
Copies of the by-law are available for viewing here, https://www.townofmahonebay.ca/by-laws--policies.html.
Learn more about the Civic Addressing By-law on the Town website at townofmahonebay.ca/by-laws-policies.