Under the Town of Wolfville's Grants to Organizations Policy (Policy No. 710-003) applications will now be accepted from eligable organizations seeking fucnding for one-time capital projects until Tuesday, November 1st, 2016.
Supporting volunteer, community-based organizations is often fundamental to maintaining our quality of life. The one-time special funding (capital) requests provision within the Grants to Organizations Policy is intended to provide organizations with an avenue to periodically request additional funds in support of capital campaigns and projects. Operating expenses and special events or initiatives will not be considered as eligible expenses. Only one application per organization requesting a minimum of $5000 in funding may be submitted per year and only one application per organization may be approved every eight years.
Deadline for applications is Tuesday, November 1st, 2016.
Crews will be working on the intersection of Gaspereau and Main Streets, Sunday, October 23, 2016.
Work will commence at 9:00 pm Sunday evening and continue until 8:00 am Monday, October 24th.
A detour will be setup directing traffic between Highland Avenue and Willow Avenue.
The closure is necessary to complete the reconstruction at the Gaspereau and Main Street Intersection.
The Town of Wolfville apologizes for any inconvenience and appreciates your patience and understanding as improvements to the Town of Wolfville continue.
Municipal Elections for Town of Wolfville
Jeff Cantwell, acclaimed
|Number of Names on the Revised List of Electors + Names Added to the List||3,656|
School Board Elections
Member of Annapolis Valley Regional School Board
Lavinia Parrish Zwicker, acclaimed
African Nova Scotian Member of Annapolis Valley Regional School Board
Peter Cromwell, acclaimed
Member of conceil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP)
Hélène Lavigne, acclaimed
Mayor Jeff Cantwell has proclaimed October 17-23, 2016 as "National School Safety Week" in the Town of Wolfville
View all Town of Wolfville Proclamations: Proclamations Website
Due to the large number of participants and spectators expected there will likely be heavy traffic throughout Town and a detour around the planned marathon route has been planned (as shown below). For more information on the extent of the marathon route outside of Wolfville please visit www.valleyharvestmarathon.com
Available parking areas are shown in yellow below.
Passer-bys on Highway 101 should also expect delays due to construction between exits 11 (Greenwich) and 10 (Grand Pre).
Mayor Jeff Cantwell has Proclaimed October 9-15, 2016 as Fire Prevention Week in the Town of Wolfville
This year's theme is: Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years
View the Proclamation
Monday, October 3, 2016 crews will be replacing the culvert at the intersection of Gaspereau Avenue and Main Street.
Work will commence at 4:00am Monday morning.
The Town of Wolfville apologizes for any inconvenience and appreciates your patience and understanding as improvements to the Town of Wolfville continues.
This fall the Town of Wolfville is offering a free yoga program for teenage girls in grades 6-8. This is a partnership between the Town of Wolfville and the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culuture, and Heritage. Learn more about this great program through the Recreation and Activie Living section of our website!
Mayor Jeff Cantwell has hereby proclaimed October 1, 2016 to be observed as National Seniors Day in the Town of Wolfville (View the Proclamation )
Celebrate Seniors in your life - visit Canada.ca/Seniors
Council and Staff want to hear from you!
The Town of Wolfville, through Ipsos, will be conducting a Citizen Satisfaction Survey between September 13 and September 30. It takes 10 minutes and is completely anonymous and confidential. The telephone survey's have been completed but the online survey is still open! Click on the link below to complete the survey and don't forget to tell your neighbours!
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Flushing will take place in the downtown core of Wolfville from Highland Avenue to Willow Avenue and Main Street to Front Street.
The work will commence at approximately 9pm and continue until 5am.
Residents and businesses may experience some noise from the truck during this time.
We are flushing overnight to avoid traffic congestion during the day.
The Town of Wolfville apologizes for any inconvenience and appreciates your patience and understanding during this maintenance.