Residents on Fundy Drive and surrounding areas maybe without water overnight as there is currently a watermain break.
Repairs to the break will commence at 8am lasting until approximately 5pm Wednesday, August 24th, residents on Fundy Drive and surrounding areas will be without water during this time.
Please be prepared and stockpile any necessary water for the day.
Reminder that the Fall Clean Up for the Town of Wolfville is scheduled for Wednesday, October 5th
Source: Valley Waste Resource Management
The Parks & Open Spaces, R-1 Property Owners & Residents and Core Area Property Owners & Residents surveys will be closing at 11:59pm on Monday, August 29th so be sure to follow the link below and fill-out the surveys before this important opportunity for providing feedback on the Municipal Planning Strategy review is over.
A drop-in event where everyone is welcome to join in the discussion on the development of the West End Lands with Developers and Town Staff.
All Town of Wolfville Trails are again open to the public as of 2pm, Wednesday, August 17th. Thank you for your understanding in helping to reduce the threat of wildfire to the Town of Wolfville
Burning Restrictions have been lifted by NS DNR as of 2pm
Here's the link again: Parks & Open Spaces Survey
Come on down to Reservoir Park on August 20 to help Paint the Pump House! This is a fun art in public spaces project that will add another splash of colour to the park!
For the full job description click here.
The Town of Wolfville is closing the following trails, effective August 9th, 2016 at 12 noon, until further notice.
Millennium Trail (from Reservoir Park to Orchard Avenue)
Nature Trust Lands
Reservoir Park (including the Bike Park). Please note that swimming will be permitted at Reservoir Park with direct access from Pleasant Street only.
Rail Trail from Elm Avenue West.
These closures coincide with the recent Provincial Restrictions announced by the Natural Resources Minister Lloyd Hines. For all Wildfire updates and information about the Restrictions visit the Provincial website http://novascotia.ca/nsfire/.
Continue to check the Town of Wolfville website for updates: www.wolfville.ca
Closure Map (click Link)
July 30th is Proclaimed as the International Day of Friendship in the Town of Wolfville
The Town of Wolfville has awarded a contract for the reconstruction of Orchard Avenue between Main Street and Wright Lane to MidValley Construction Company (1997) Limited. The work includes replacement of sanitary, storm and water services, street reconstruction including new base materials, asphalt surfaces, concrete curbs and reinstatement of disturbed area(s).
Construction is scheduled to start on or about Tuesday, July 25th, 2016 and installation of temporary water will commence the week of July 18th. The project is expected to be completed by October 7th 2016. Hours of work will generally be from 7 am to 7 pm. While construction is ongoing, the work area will be closed to through traffic during work hours, except for emergency vehicles, construction and local resident traffic.
The public are encouraged to avoid the work area whenever possible to avoid delays and motorists are encouraged to utilize an alternate route to avoid the work area.
For more details on construction related issues that may affect you or your property go to this link: 2016 07 26 Notice to Residents Orchard Avenue Reconstruction
The Town of Wolfville Q1 (April - June) quarterly updates for the Operational Plan and Capital Projects are posted to Municipal Documents
Beginning at midnight Sunday July 24th, 2016, and continuing to approximately 7:00 AM Monday, July 25th, 2016, there will be a scheduled water interruption affecting residents and businesses from the intersection of Gaspereau Avenue and Main Street to Prospect Street, surrounding areas could be effected as well. The interruption is necessary to facilitate repairs to the water line.
Residents are advised to stockpile the necessary water needed during the interruption prior to midnight Sunday July 24th, 2016
Once service is re-established you may experience some discoloured water. If so, you can flush your system by running the cold water for several minutes. This will help eliminate any dirt and air that may have gotten into the lines during the upgrade. It’s best to flush through a tap without a strainer such as a bath tub tap or outside hose bib.
You may contact the Town of Wolfville Public Works Department at (902) 542-5767, should you have any questions or concerns related to the interruption.
The Town of Wolfville apologizes for any inconvenience and appreciates your patience and understanding as improvements to the Town of Wolfville continue.