Wolfville Town Council consists of six councillors, plus the mayor. Each councillor, and the mayor, is elected at large by Wolfville residents to represent their interests. Municipal elections are generally held every four years. To contact your councillors, please click here!
It is my distinct privilege and pleasure to welcome you to the Town of Wolfville website. I hope you find answers here to questions you may have about this town, the community, the opportunities to be active and have fun, the benefits of living in the Annapolis Valley, and how your Council is working to ensure that this town continues to be the town we all cherish.One of our, often overlooked, community assets in Wolfville is our distinctiveness. We are unique!
The government of the Town and the residents of the Town know and respect this and strive to protect and enhance our unique character and identity. Much of our strength comes from our physical beauty, opportunities for socializing and our inclusiveness.Our sense of place, belonging and inclusion makes this place we call home worth caring about and worth protecting.
The community of Wolfville has a conscience built from and around sustainability, an active cultural and physical lifestyle and life-long learning.
I invite you to share this special place with us and please remember, you are always welcome at the Town Hall, 359 Main Street, to offer your opinion on how we are doing. We can only improve when we know what we are doing well and what needs attention and improvement.
Town of Wolfville-Acadia University Partnership
or the Acadia Box Office in person or at 902-542-5500
For camp dates and to register, visit http://www.acadiaathletics.ca/camps/index
The Town of Wolfville, Wolfville School and Acadia University are pleased to offer this program again, starting Monday, January 13th, 2020 and running until April 3rd, 2020!
Must be Registered!
Students of Wolfville School in grades Primary - 5 are welcome!
The Town of Wolfville, Wolfville School and Acadia University are pleased to offer this program again, starting Monday, February 4th, 2019.
Must be Registered!
Students in grades Primary - 5 are welcome!
The Town of Wolfville will once again be offering after school programming for the 2019-2020 school year.
Programs will run MONDAY-FRIDAY
(except when Wolfville School is closed for full or half-days)
Instructors will meet student participants at Wolfville School between 2:45 and 3:00 PM and then walk as a group to the Wolfvile Rec Centre (7 Victoria Ave.)
The After the Bell program focuses on providing opportunities for physical activity to youth in junior high, with a priority on teenaged girls (*though the programs are not exclusively for females). Research shows that physical activity declines in adolescent youth, particularly in middle school-aged girls (11-15 year olds).
Yoga for Teens is a FREE 6-week program that aims to provide a welcoming environment where teens can learn about yoga, get some exercise and share successes with the group.
Sessions are taught by a certified yoga instructor, and will take place every Tuesday from 3:30 - 4:30pm, beginning October 15th, 2019 at Wolfville School.
Poster contains last year's (2018-19) information:
Snow Divas is a FREE 6-week program that is suitable for children in grades 5-9 and focuses on learning and practicing different winter activities such as: curling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, "fat-biking" and geocaching! All equipment and healthy snacks are provided to participants.
Sessions are led by Trailflow Outdoor Adventures, and will take place every Thursday from 3 - 5pm, beginning on January 11th, 2018. Leaders will meet participants at Wolfville School and travel with them to the program location for the day. Parent pick-up will be at the Wolfville Rec Centre.
The After the Bell program focuses on providing opportunities for physical activitiy to youth in junior high, with a priority on teenaged girls (*though the programs are not exclusively for females). Research shows that physical activity declines in adolescent youth, particularly in middle school-aged girls (12-14 year olds).
The Town of Wolfville Water Utility is a Public Utility regulated by the Nova Scotia Public Utilities Act. It is owned and operated by the Town of Wolfville and governed by the Wolfville Town Council. It operates as a separate financial entity with revenues collected from user rates approved by the Nova Scotia Utilities and Review Board.
Water Connections New home owners/tenants are required to complete and sign a water contract at the Wolfville Town Office, 359 Main Street from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. There is a charge of $50 for the creation of a water account. If you are a tenant there is an additional charge of $75 for a deposit that is refunded upon your request when you move out.
Water Disconnections If you are a property owner and have sold your house and or a tenant and your lease has expired please contact Wolfville Town Office at 902-542-3294 and we will arrange to have a final reading done on the date of closing or date your lease has expired.
Billing: Utility bills are sent out quarterly in April, July, October and January. Bills are due when rendered. Bills not paid within 30 days of the date rendered, shall incur an interest charge of 1.5% per each month or part thereof.
Payment Options: Please click here.
Suspension of Service for Non-Payment of Bills: According to Schedule D of Rules and Regulations as approved by the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board “The Utility shall have the right to suspend service to customers whose bills remain unpaid for more than forty-five calendar days after the date rendered.” When water service has been suspended for any violation of the Rules and Regulations of the Utility, such water service shall not be re-established until a reconnection charge of $50.00 has been paid to the Utility.
Utility Bill Rates
|1. Water Consumption Rate|
|First 325,000 gallons per quarter||$ 3.43 / 1000 Gallons|
|All additional gallons per quarter||$ 1.88 / 1000 Gallons|
|2. Quarterly Water Base Charge (Based on the size of meter)|
|5/8" Meter||$ 37.42|
|3/4" Meter||$ 54.51|
|1" Meter||$ 88.70|
|1 1/2" Meter||$ 174.18|
|2" Meter||$ 276.74|
|3" Meter||$ 550.26|
|4" Meter||$ 857.97|
|3. Sewer Rate|
|Based on water consumption usage
With a minimum charge of $16.00 per quarter
|$ 3.36 / 1000 Gallons|
|Or if water consumption is not measured then a flat rate of||$ 65.00 per quarter|
A Full copy of the Town of Wolfville Water Utility Schedule of Rates and Charges for Water and Water Services and the Schedule of Rules and Regulations is available by clicking here
Online: Pay a Parking Ticking online by clicking here.
In Person: Payments can be made in person using cash, cheque or debit at the Wolfville Town Office, 359 Main Street from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
Drop-off Box: If you are unable to make your payment during regular office hours, a secure drop-off slot is located beside our main entrance at 359 Main Street (No cash, please, in the drop-off slot).
By Mail: Please make your cheque or money order payable to Town of Wolfville. When mailing your payment, please allow sufficient time for the payment to reach our office. Mail your payment to:
Town of Wolfville
359 Main Street
Wolfville, NS B4P 1A1
If you do not pay Town of Wolfville before the due date, you may have to make your payment to the Provincial Courthouse. See penalty details on the front of the ticket for payment amount.
On or after the due date, you may visit the Provincial Courthouse to pay the ticket.
Failure to pay or make a plea may result in an automatic conviction, where you will be responsible for the fine as outlined on the front of your original ticket. For payment arrangements or any further questions, contact the Provincial Courthouse at 902.679-6070.
If you do not pay this penalty by the court date or do not appear in court as directed by the Summons, the Justice will enter a conviction in your absence resulting in a fine. The Registrar of Motor Vehicles may not allow you to renew your license or vehicle permit until the fine is paid. A fee in addition to the fine may be applied by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles