What to Expect
We will share updates about this project, including any important dates, through the monthly newsletter, out website, our facebook page, and CodeRED, the Town's mass notification system. If you have questions please contact us directly at 902-624-8327 or firstname.lastname@example.org for accurate information.
Read the May 13, 2022 Notice here.
Today, Thursday, December 9th, the Town Offices will be operating remotely due to the storm conditions. Please contact us by phone at 902-624-8327 or by email at email@example.com and we will be happy to assist.
Please remember to keep your vehicles well clear of winter maintenance on streets and sidewalks and stay off the roads if you are able. Stay safe and warm, Mahone Bay.
Thursday, October 14th
On September 29, 2021, Cherry Lane is going to become a one-way street.
Traffic will enter Cherry Lane from Main Street (across from 466 Main Street) and exit at the intersection of Parish and Orchard Streets.
This change is a recommendation from the 2020 Transportation Plan Report to improve safety for residents and motorists. Local emergency services have been advised of the upcoming change and we are looking forward to this being a positive change for Mahone Bay.
September 7th starting at 7am
Join us for Bike Day in Mahone Bay!
On August 14th, meet us at Jubilee Park at 9:30am, where there will be a safety talk followed by a guided bike ride through Mahone Bay's streets and trails! After the ride, there will be snacks, info tables, and e-bike test rides available in the park!
9:30am: Bike safety lesson & registration at Jubilee Park (if you do not register online, please arrive early)
10:00am: Guided bike ride through town: 5k loop + additional 4k loop option (led by Bicycle Nova Scotia)
10:30am - 12:00pm: Snacks, info tables and e-bike test rides
Come discover the great biking Mahone Bay has to offer and have an opportunity to weigh in on where Mahone Bay should propose a bikeway!
REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/bikedaymb
In case of rain, you will be notified via the email provided during registration at 5pm on Thursday, August 12th. The rain date is August 21st.
Please bring your own bicycle, helmet and mask for when not riding. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
What do you do when you see something that worries you as a threat to life and/or property in Mahone Bay?
If it is an emergency, call 911
If it is not an emergency, call 902-634-8674.
The non-emergency number is routed to the provincial dispatch 24 hours a day, if it is outside of business hours or even if someone in the local detachment can't pick up. If you aren't getting an answer right away, let it ring because that just means that the dispatch office is busy.
RCMP are never far away and we consistently hear that people don't want to call because they don't want to "bother" the RCMP - you're not. Call if you have concerns.
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.
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.