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
Beginning at 1:00pm on Wednesday, December 12th, 2018, the Town of Wolfville will hold a Public Participation Meeting in the Council Chambers of Town Hall – 359 Main Street – to discuss possible amendments to the Municipal Planning Strategy (MPS) and Land Use By-Law (LUB). These amendments would establish clear parameters for the craft beverage industry in the Town of Wolfville.
The Town has been conducting a comprehensive review of its planning documents (MPS & LUB) and establishing parameters for the craft beverage industry (e.g. breweries, cideries, etc.) is a part of this work. The purpose of the meeting is to receive feedback on potential amendments to the planning documents related to this land use. Potential amendments will be presented at the meeting and feedback sought. The proposed amendments will be available as part of the Planning Advisory Committee Agenda Package, which is expected to be available on the Town website (www.wolfville.ca/planning-advisory-committee.html) by 4:30pm on Friday, December 7th.
The Planning Advisory Committee will provide a recommendation to Committee of the Whole (Council) on the amendments and Council will ultimately decide whether to amend the planning documents after a Public Hearing is held. If you cannot attend this meeting, feedback can be submitted in writing and will be included for PAC and Council consideration.
You may also ask to be added to the e-mailing list for these amendments so that we can keep you informed as the process moves forward.
Beginning with the Night of Lights on November 30th, Wolfville Glows this holiday season!
Throughout the holiday season you'll be able to enjoy some wonderful community events and many of our local businesses will be offering specials on their products and services. Please take a moment to read through the flyer below to see how you can enjoy this magical time of year as Wolfville Glows!
Please be aware that the Town of Wolfville is posting Council and CAO expenses on our website.
To ensure that the public has access to accurate information and to promote transparency, all municipalities are now required to post expense summaries for members of Council and the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) on their websites. We are pleased to advise that with immediate effect, the Town of Wolfville Council and CAO expenses for the period from April 1st through to the September 30th, 2018 are available at wolfville.ca/council-and-cao-expenses.html
Join us for a Holiday Celebration, Carol Singing, Festive Treats and the lighting of the Town Christmas Tree!
At 6:30pm, walk along with Santa and Mrs. Clause from Robie Tufts Nature Centre as we sing some favourite carols throughout town, ending up at Clock Park for the Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Santa and Mrs. Clause will stick around to hear what the children want for Christmas, and we'll have our Fire Pits ready to warm your hands.
Annapolis Valley Honour Choir will be on hand at Clock Park to provide some more carols and cheer.
There will be Hot Chocolate, Warm Apple Cider and Cookies to be had for a free will donation in support of the Wolfville Tritons Swim Club.
Please be advised that Valley Waste Resource Management stopped the special collection of leaves a number of years ago, therefore residents are responsible for the disposal of their leaves.
Leaves can be taken to the Maple Avenue Compost Site, Saturday, November 17th and November 24th between the hours of 12 pm to 4 pm.
Bags of Leaves must not be left outside the gate at the Maple Avenue Compost Site.
Valley Waste Resource Management will accept leaves at their Management Center in Kentville or leaves can be placed in your Green Cart each collection week.
Bring your creations down to Willow Park on November 1st between 4pm and 6pm, and we'll put it on display with the rest. Then, we'll take care of disposing of all pumpkins!
We will have tea lights for illuminating all Jack-O-Lanterns! Display will last until 8pm.
Wolfville Historical Society will have a cash BBQ on site.
This is a "rain-or-shine" event.
Notice to Residents Maple Avenue Compost Site Season Closure
The Wolfville Parks Department wishes to advise residents that the Maple Avenue Compost Site will close at 4pm November 24th, 2018 for the season.
The site typically reopens Mid-April. (opening date varies depending on the weather conditions and the condition of the yard).
Check our website for updates: h ttp://www.wolfville.ca/maple-avenue-compost-site.html