Please follow the guidelines to keep you and those around you safe. Click below to see the guidelines and read the signs at the Courts. Enjoy!
Proclamation International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. Here are some tips on how you can be checking for ticks.
• Check yourself and your family for ticks after being outside
• Having a bath or shower within two hours of coming inside makes it easier to spot ticks and wash off unattached ticks
• Ticks like warm places on the body. Remember to check:
• around ears
• behind knees
• in the hair
• between the legs/groin area
• around the waist
In photo - Left to right: Female black legged tick, groundhog tick, dog tick.
We have been contacted by the Wolfville Pipers to share this information:
In recognition of 75 years of the Victory in Europe, the Wolfville Pipe Band will be piping from their porches and yards at 3:00pm on Friday, May 8.
They will be playing two tunes; The Battle's O'er and VE 75 Years.
Keep your ears tuned Wolfville!
Do you qualify for the Low-Income Property Tax Exemption of $730?
Is your total income less than $28,000 per year (the total income includes the income of all members of the same family residing in the house)?
You own and live in the house?
Application Forms can be found here: Application Form
You will be required to provide a copy of your 2019 Notice of Assessment from Canada Revenue Agency showing line 150 – Total Income (for each person).
Deadline for applications to be submitted to Town Hall is July 31, 2020.
If you qualify, the $730.00 Property Tax Exemption will be deducted from your Final Tax Bill in September, 2020.
If you have any questions please call 902-542-5767.
As the Valley Advertiser and the Register newspapers are not being published currently, we have advertised in the Chronicle Herald on April 27th to advise the public that at the May19th Town Council Meeting Second Reading of the amended Electronic Voting By-Law will take place.
To ensure transparency and awareness a further copy of the advertisement is below:
https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/outdoor-activities/ - for full details.
We are pleased to advise the Premier has just announced that municipalities can re-open their parks and trails, but not their playgrounds or playground equipment. Physical Distancing will remain a strict priority for anyone using the spaces.
In light of this provincial announcement the Town of Wolfville parks are open and barriers will be removed over the next couple of days.
Please note that Tower Community Park will remain closed as it is located on Acadia property. As mentioned, all playground equipment in the Town is still off-limits to the public.