The Agenda package for the next Town Council meeting on Tuesday January 22nd is now available on the Town’s website in the normal way.
Please be advised that the first reading for the proposed craft brewery amendments will be discussed at a separate, Special Town Council meeting on Monday February 4th at 6.30 pm. Venue to be confirmed. This will allow additional time to process information that has been obtained to date on this matter, and to allow for the full development of the staff report that will ultimately go to a public hearing if the first reading is passed on February 4th.
It will be advantageous for all to have the benefit of reading the full staff report in advance of the first reading so that there is ample time for careful consideration by all.
It is anticipated that the staff report will be available on our website on Thursday, January 31st.
The Town of Wolfville is now offering customers the opportunity to receive future Utility and/or Property Tax bills by e-mail.
To register, please complete the E-Billing Registration form.
Or enter https://www.wolfville.ca/ebilling.html in your browser if the link above does not work.
We still have a few spots left in our 6-week Afterschool winter activity program.
Try out some fun, and maybe some new activities like cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, geocaching and more!
Click Here to find out more: https://wolfville.ca/recreation-programs.html#SnowDivas
The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board has approved amendments to the Town of Wolfville Schedule of Rates for Water and Water Services.
For water supplied on and after January 1, 2019 the water rate will be $3.33 per 1,000 gallons.
A Full copy of the Town of Wolfville Water Utility Schedule of Rates and Charges for Water and Water Services and the Schedule of Rules and Regulations is available by clicking here .
Snow Divas aims to get students in grades 5-9 active after school, and is aimed towards teenaged girls but open to all.
Over coming weeks/months we will be providing you with ‘What is the process for …’ communications to explain the various processes that occur at the Town Hall.
The first of these can be found here:
For those following the current Amendment to Municipal Planning Strategy we are at point ’c.’ – Public Participation Meeting (PPM) - on December 12th!
In the Spring of 2018, the Town of Wolfville became part of a provincial pilot group to adopt an Accessibility Plan in response to new legislative requirements. A Council Advisory Committee was created and they have been busy working through a process to:
Your help and feedback in this process would be greatly appreciated!
The current working draft copy of the Plan is available by clicking here . We would ask everyone to have a look, see what you think, and provide us with your feedback. The next Accessibility Advisory Committee meeting is scheduled for Monday December 17th, however we will continue to accept feedback into next year as the Plan will continually be reviewed by the Committee to ensure it remains current, practical and effective.
Thanks for your interest and feedback.
Please feel free to submit ideas to the Town’s Accessibility Coordinator: Mike MacLean
In Person: Town Hall