Please be advised that the Maple Avenue compost Site will close for the 2021 season on November 27, 2021.
See you in the Spring of 2022!
The Municipality of the County of Kings, Town of Wolfville and Town of Kentville are pleased to announce a two-phase assessment of a prospective multi-use community recreation complex to serve residents throughout Kings County, members of the communities of Glooscap First Nation and Annapolis Valley First Nation, businesses, and visitors to the Valley.
Please click the link to find out more about this exciting process.
To apply to the Department of Justice appointment, follow this link and be sure to apply to the Police (RCMP) Advisory Board Opportunity
The Town of Wolfville is inviting applications for a Community Compliance Coordinator.
The Community Compliance Coordinator is a position with the Town of Wolfville that provides key support to the senior management team and Council regarding community compliance. Accountable to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Community Compliance Coordinator will work with neighbourhood groups and individuals, the RCMP, the Town and Gown Committee and other partners to achieve better harmony in our diverse community. This role is responsible for the compliance of all municipal bylaws, with a primary focus on the Nuisance Party and Noise Bylaws, parking under the Motor Vehicle Act and some provisions of the Municipal Government Act. This role is expected to use a variety of existing and creative new ways of achieving positive outcomes including community education, partnership development, community engagement and enforcement tools.
For full job description please click here .
Do you qualify for low income heating rebates?
Service Nova Scotia and Internal Services and the Salvation Army are working together to provide rebates to low income Nova Scotians struggling with their heating or electrical costs due to financial loss resulting from Covid-19. We are looking to promote these emergency programs to all Nova Scotians that may qualify. Below are the rebate program offerings for 2021-22:
Home Energy Assistance Top-Up (HEAT): $400 rebate for emergency home heating or power bills.
Nova Scotia Covid Relief Fund (NSCR): $400 rebate to help households impacted by the Covid 19 with their home heating or power bills.
Heating Assistance Rebate Program (HARP): $200 rebate for home heating costs. Application forms are available at Town Hall.
Low income Nova Scotians who are eligible for these programs could receive up to $1,000 to help them with their heating/power costs in 2021-22.
Wolfville has partnered to offer this FREE program to help build memory health.
The Valley Harvest Marathon returns this weekend.
Traffic detours will be in effect on Sunday morning from 7:00am to 8:30am. This will allow the larger groups of runners at the start of each event to use the westbound lane of Main Street from Elm Street to Robie Tufts Drive.
Westbound vehicle traffic will be detoured from Gaspereau Avenue to Kent Avenue.
Best of luck to all participants!