Flags lowered for December 6th

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Today, our flags are lowered in the Town of Wolfville.

On December 6, 1989, 14 young women at Polytechnique Montréal were murdered in an act of violence and misogyny.

On this, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women we remember:

Geneviève Bergeron

Hélène Colgan

Nathalie Croteau

Barbara Daigneault

Anne-Marie Edward

Maud Haviernick

Maryse Laganière

Maryse Leclair

Anne-Marie Lemay

Sonia Pelletier

Michèle Richard

Annie St-Arneault

Annie Turcotte

Barbara Klucznik-Widajewicz

The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women is about remembering those who have experienced gender-based violence and those who we have lost to it.

In Canada and around the world, women, girls, 2SLGBTQQIA+ (two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, plus) and gender diverse individuals face unacceptable violence and discrimination.

Achieving a community, and a Country, free from gender-based violence means we must all be aware of gender-based violence, and speak up against harmful behaviours.

~ Mayor Wendy Donovan and Council

Committee of the Whole - December 7

Committee of the Whole meets on Tuesday, December 7 at 8:30am. This is a virtual meeting and it will be broadcast on Facebook LIVE. Those wishing to participate in the public input segment are asked to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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Night of Lights - (Virtual) Tree Lighting

Saturday, November 27th

5:40 pm - Facebook Live Pre-Tree Lighting Virtual Event with Special Guests

6:00 pm - Tree Lighting and LIGHT The Town! 

This year in Wolfville, we’re celebrating our Night of Lights a little differently on Saturday, November 27th. Please join us on Facebook Live for a ‘virtual’ Tree Lighting event with some special guests, starting at 5:40pm. The lighting of the Town Tree will be at 6pm, and we encourage all who are ready to join us in lighting their own decorations at the same time! This officially kicks off the ‘Wolfville Glows’ season, with Holiday things happening all through the coming month.

You can find out what's happening by visiting: wolfville.ca/wolfville-glows

Happy Holidays, Wolfville. Get ready to spread some cheer!

Things to Think About With Winter Fast Approaching

With the Winter Weather on its Way!

There were a few things we want to remind everyone about to ensure that all the residents, visitors and Town staff stay safe during winter weather conditions.

Please click here  for details about the Winter Parking Ban, Snow Removal on Sidewalks, Garbage Collection, Resident Clearing Driveways.

Public Works staff work tirelessly to maintain our streets and sidewalks throughout the winter. 

The Town appreciates your patience and cooperation during this time.

Committee Vacancy - RCMP Advisory

To apply click this link and send completed forms to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you can drop off at the Town Hall at 359 Main St, Wolfville.

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Committee Vacancy - Source Water Protection Advisory

To apply click this link and send completed forms to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you can drop off at the Town Hall at 359 Main St, Wolfville.

 

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2021-22 Winter Parking Regulations - Town of Wolfville

The Winter Parking Regulations will be in effect from December 1, 2021 up to and including March 31, 2022 on all streets in the Town of Wolfville.

During this time, 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 hour after the start of a snowfall to two hours after the snowfall has stopped.

Physicians, fire and police officials are exempt from these Regulations while carrying out their official duties, as well as operators of commercial vehicles while loading & unloading. Any vehicle in violation of the Town of Wolfville Winter Parking Regulations will be towed at the expense of the vehicle owner, according to Section 139 of the Nova Scotia Motor Vehicle Act.

A copy of the Town of Wolfville Winter Parking Regulations will be on display at the Wolfville Town Hall (359 Main Street), the Wolfville RCMP Detachment (363 Main Street) and other public buildings within the Town of Wolfville. To view an electronic copy on the Town’s website, please visit www.wolfville.ca.

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Special Budget Committee of the Whole Nov. 25

 

This is a virtual meeting. Those wishing to participate in the public input/questions segment are asked to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request a meeting link.

 

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Excavation for Water & Sewer Service Installation 2021 End Date

Notice to Residents and Contractors 
Excavation for New Water and Sewer Service Installation

The Wolfville Public Works Department wishes to advise residents and contractors that there will be no excavation for the installation of Water and Sewer after November 27th, 2021, within the Town of Wolfville, this date is weather dependent.

Installation of services will resume in the spring of 2022 when weather conditions permit.

The Town of Wolfville thanks you for your patience and understanding with this issue.

 

Ready, set, Glow!

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Maple Avenue Compost Site _End of Season 2021

Maple Avenue Compost Site Season Closurer

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!

 

Regional Recreational Facility Feasibility Study

 

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.

 

Media Advisory Regional Recreation Facility Feasibility Study Engagement in Kings Region

Town offices are closed for November 11

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