The next meeting of the Wolfville Community Recreation Engagement Group (CREG) previously advertised for January 17th will now be held on Wednesday, January 24th, 2018.
There will be two (2) meetings on this date, to accommodate those who can only meet during the work day, or during the evening.
Both meetings will be held at the Wolfville Recreation Centre (7 Victoria Ave), at 2pm and 7pm.
(Previously January 17th, changed to January 24th, 2018)
Wolfville's Community Regreation Engagement Group (CREG) will hold its second meeting(s) on Wednesday, January 24th at the Wolfville Rec Centre.
There will be two (2) meetings in order to accommodate those who are only available during business hours. Meeting times are 2pm and 7pm, both on January 24th at the Rec Centre.
Click Here for more information on CREG.
The January 24th CREG meetings will provide opportunities for local groups to gain experience working with ValleyConnect.ca to create more awareness of their group's offerings.
The Town of Wolfville has issued a Request for Proposals to re-surface the tennis courts at Rotary Park.
Licensing your dog is their ticket home. It provides Animal & Bylaw Services with the information that is needed to reunite you and your dog.
Every calendar year, a new dog tag (license) must be obtained by January 31st of each year or within thirty (30) days of becoming an owner. Dog tags can be purchased for $25 at the Town Hall located at 359 Main Street from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Non-licensed dogs may result in the owner being fined for non-compliance.
The Community Partnership Program Grant is available to community groups that organize or operate programs/events in the Town of Wolfville. It aims to enhance the vibrancy of our Town by supporting organizations whose programs and/or events benefit the community by promoting active living and exploration of the past to enrich the lives of community members.
Applications must be received by February 1st, 2018. Late applications will be disqualified. The maximum amount available through this program is $2000.00per fiscal year.
To view the application form click here .
If you missed the Public Workshop on Monday, January 15 or want to provide additional comments please complete the survey by clicking on the link below. The survey will remain open until Friday, February 2, 2018.
The East End Gateway will announce and articulate the arrival into Wolfville’s Downtown. The gateway will involve the design and construction of a number of elements that create a sense of arrival, provide community space, and support Wolfville as a tourist destination.
A preliminary design was developed through the Downtown Development Plan consultations, which will form the bases for future consultation with the community to develop a Master Plan. The Gateway space is framed by Victoria Avenue, Main Street and Willow Avenue and includes Willow Park and the NSPI lands.
Based on the Downtown Development concept plan and staff discussions, the following elements will be considered as part of the East End Gateway:
• Streetscape plantings;
• Trail and pedestrian linkage between south residential area, Willow Park and Waterfront Park;
• Parkland improvements on north side of Main Street to compliment Willow Park;
• Trail Head for the Harvest Moon Trail;
• New footprint of the Visitor Information Centre;
• Location of the Skateboard Park;
• Examine the possibilities of repurposing the Willow Park pond for a Splash Pad/Pad and winter skating surface;
• New tall decorative lighting to help announce arrival to the downtown.
Furthermore, the Gateway also includes upgrades to the Visitor Information Centre (VIC) and enhanced trail and pedestrian walkway connections through and from Willow Park to the future Destination Trail (Harvest Moon Trail).
After the Bell programs are now being offered in Wolfville!
These programs are focussed on 'teenaged' girls, but open to all students in grades 6-10.
Yoga for Teens and Snow Divas programs start next week. Register now, for FREE!
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Our 2018 Winter After School Programs are now open for registration!
Click Here to find out more.
The Town of Wolfville would like to advise the public that there is no Trail Maintenance on Wolfville Trails during the Winter months.
We ask that you use extreme caution when using the trails during this Winter Season.
Public Awareness and Support are Critical elements in Emergency Planning.
The most immediate help after a disaster is from people nearby when the event occurs. That means it is your work colleagues, neighbours, friends, family and members of the community who are the ones who will be giving or needing help.
Are you interested in helping your community and playing a critical role during major events, emergencies and disasters? Join the Town of Wolfville’s Emergency Volunteer Group and show you care for our Town and region.
The Wolfville Emergency Volunteer Group welcomes your application if you:
Note: All personal information will be retained by the EMC and not distributed to other organizations
You will be contacted if your help is needed. This will depend on: the needs of affected areas (which may take time to assess); volunteer availability, location and skills required. We encourage you, if safe, to help your family, friends, neighbours, and groups you are already connected with.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering to help the Town of Wolfville’s emergency response and recovery efforts
The Winter Parking Regulations will be in effect from December 1, 2017 up to and including March 31, 2018 on all streets in the Town of Wolfville.
During the aforementioned period, parking of vehicles on the streets of the Town of Wolfville is prohibited from 12:01 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. and from one (1) hour after the start of a snowstorm to two (2) hours after the storm has stopped.
Physicians, fire and police officials are exempt from these Regulations while carrying out their official duties and operators of commercial vehicles while loading & unloading.
Any person who violates the Town of Wolfville Winter Parking Regulations will be liable to the penalty provided by section 293 of the Motor Vehicles Act.
A copy of the Town of Wolfville Parking Regulations will be on display at the Wolfville Town Hall, 359 Main Street or the Wolfville RCMP Detachment, 363 Main Street and other public buildings within the Town of Wolfville.