Vote by Paper Ballot - Oct 17th - Lions Hall

As of 10 am today, Friday October 16th 37.2% of Wolfville electors have so far voted via the internet or the telephone.

Internet and telephone voting ENDS at 8 pm today, Friday October 16th!

Tomorrow, Saturday October 17th, is regular polling day and electors can visit the Lions Hall between 8 am and 7 pm to vote using a paper ballot - please wear a mask and physical distancing will apply.

The unofficial results of the Wolfville Municipal Election will be on our website once counting has been completed tomorrow evening, Oct 17th. Keep on voting, Wolfville!


Instructions on Voter Information Letters

It has come to the Town of Wolfville’s attention that there is wording in the Town’s Voter Information Letter for the current municipal election that says ‘COUNCILLORS  Vote for SIX of the following:’.  This is misleading. The wording should be ‘COUNCILLORS  Vote for up to SIX of the following:’   An elector is not required to vote for a total of six councillors and can vote for fewer if they choose. 

The instructions are clear and correct on the internet voting site - once an elector visits the site to cast their vote, it states: ‘Please select no more than SIX of the following:’ on the screen. The same message is included in the recorded message for anyone using telephone voting. 

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you require further information.

Teen Music Workshop Series

Weekly music workshop for youth ages 12-18, starting Tuesday, November 3rd.

Click Here for Details.

Link for E-VOTING

Please click on the following link to take you directly to the E-Voting.


Keep on Voting, Wolfville! 500 electronic votes already cast.

The Town's election for Mayor and 6 Councillors is well underway and the race is on! Since the electronic polls opened yesterday 500 residents have already cast their vote using the internet or the telephone!

Thank you to everyone who came to the Lions Hall yesterday to be added to the electoral list or correct their address info so that they could vote.

We will be at the Lion's Hall again on Tuesday October 13th from 8.30 am to 8 pm - come along and vote using the iPads available or come along and be added to the electoral list!

Saturday October 17th voting will be with paper ballot only, Lions Hall between 8 am and 7 pm.

Keep on voting, Wolfville!

Voters so far

You can vote at Lion's Hall today or be added to the electoral list!

Electronic voting started at 8 am today.

Election Officers are at the Lions Hall until 8 pm today!!

Come and vote using the iPads set up or come and be added to the electoral list.

We are here to help!

Wolfville Mobility Survey

Please take 5 minutes to complete the Wolfville Mobility Survey, to let us know how you get around town -- and how you'd like to do so in the future:


Few places available for the mountain biking this afternoon!!!

Looking to get out and get active this afternoon? There are a few openings to participate in the Try It in Wolfville - Mountain Biking workshop from 2 pm - 5pm, for women and girls! Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to secure your spots for the afternoon!

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Haven't received a Voter Info Letter?

Wondering if you are on the Electoral List? Changed Address? Haven't received a Voter Information Letter?

Stop by the Town Hall on Saturday October 3rd between 10 am and 2 pm to get your information updated.

If you can't make that date, stop by the Lions Hall on October 8th anytime between 8.30 am and 8 pm.

Thank you and if you need more info please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Town Hall colour

Follow up to Candidates meeting / Mayoral debate Sept 29

Here is a link to the recording of the Candidate meeting and debate on Sept 29th organized by the Acadia Students' Union for anyone that missed it live:

Recording of Candidate meeting & debate


Here is a link to the Councillor Candidates’ written responses to questions posed by the ASU:

Responses from Candidates to questions asked

Election Candidates Live - Tuesday September 29 @ 6pm

Remember to listen in to the Wolfville Candidates for both Mayor and Councillor participate in this ASU organized meeting and debate.  Below is the link to the Live debate.  If you click on 'Going' you will receive a reminder once the event starts!  Please share as much as possible:


We will also be posting a link to the recording of the event on Wednesday so everyone can listen.

Candidate Information and Photo - Updated

To find out more about Wolfville's Mayor and Councillor candidates for the upcoming Municipal Election click on the link below.

Candidate bios and pic revised Sept 29 2020.pdf





Wolfville War Memorial Restoration

Wolfville War Memorial Restoration

Starting Monday September 21st, the Wolfville War Memorial located at the Post Office - 407 Main St, will be temporarily fenced off for major restoration. This project is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year. Improvements will increase accessibility at the site and ensure the Wolfville War Memorial continues to stand proudly in our community. 

The Town of Wolfville is communicating with both Canada Post and the Royal Canadian Legion - Wolfville Branch on this project, their support has be very positive. Important note: During construction, for your safety, please utilize the sidewalk and main driveway to access the Post Office.

The hand-painted rocks have been collected by Town staff to be safely stored during restoration. The rocks will be returned to the base of the new Memorial once complete.

Thank you. Any questions can be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

monument photo