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Important Notice Re: Water Conservation Order

 For Town Water Customers, please be advised that Town Staff are in the process of determining the source of a major water leak. Combined with the mechanical issues we experienced on Friday, these circumstances have led to the water towers being at critically low levels. Customers may experience low or no water pressure until the situation is resolved.

In order to alleviate the demand on the water system and to allow the water tower levels to increase to a normal range we are asking that all water customers conserve their water use until further notice. We would also like to note that the water quality remains high and there is no requirement to boil your water. We will provide updates as the situation unfolds and appreciate your patience.
 

Heritage Research Survey

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Hockey Nets gifted to the Town by local NSCC students

The Town of Shelburne would like to thank the Pipe Trades Program at NSCC for gifting us with 2 new hockey nets for the Parr Street Park! :D They are made from upcycled pipe and extra bits they had in the shop. Thank you to Matthew Corbett, Marcel Southern, Ryan Herbert, Randy MacDonald, Dylan Rapp, Dakota Firth, and Zack Levy.

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Guild Hall Summer Arts Series 2019

Applications are now open for the 2019 Guild Hall Summer Arts Series. We are also looking for members to join the Guild Hall Working Group to help with shows. As a member, you have the option to be involved in the selection process and would be responsible for helping set up / tear down at a min. of 1 show. For more information, contact Julie Ferguson, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 902-875-2991 ext. 8

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Grahams Park Splash Pad Closed for the Season

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Notice to Residents: The Graham's Park Splash Pad and Washrooms are closing as of September 28th, 2018 for the season.

Fall & Winter Newsletter 2018

The Fall &  Winter 2018 Newsletter will be mailed out to households along with their tax bill.  To read an online version, click here https://www.town.shelburne.ns.ca/e-newsletter.html

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Home Warming Program

Interested in FREE Home Upgrades to Save on Heating Bills? 

 

 HomeWarming helps Nova Scotians living on a low wage save money on heating bills and feel more comfortable at home. There’s no catch!HomeWarming offers no-charge energy assessments and home upgrades to income-qualified homeowners. If an efficiency audit discovers that upgrades will help reduce heating and power bills, they will be installed at no cost to the homeowner.A typical house loses 45% of its heat through the walls, floors and roof. Upgrades like improving insulation and draft-proofing can help keep a home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. And since heating and cooling make up around 60% of energy costs, reducing these bills can make other household expenses more manageable.

.HomeWarming is offered by Clean Foundation and Efficiency Nova Scotia, and proudly sponsored by Nova Scotia Power and the Province of Nova Scotia.Speak confidentially with a Service Advisor: call 1-877-434-2136 (toll free), or visit www.HomeWarming.ca

 

Also check out energyassist.ca to see other available savings programs in your area! 

Family Centre Survey

The Town of Shelburne has initiated a project to replace the aging King Street Centre with a new accessible community facility bringing together various services for Shelburne and area families under one roof.

The project is in the very early stages, so get involved and stay tuned to the Town of Shelburne's website and social media for updates and opportunities to share you ideas. We are currently seeking your input via an online survey (link below).

Family Centre Survey Link

Employment Opportunity

Public Works Operator

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Good Samaritan Law

Heart & Stroke Big Bike - Aug 2, 2017

The Heart & Stroke will be visiting Shelburne with its "Big Bike" on August 2nd, 2017 and are looking for more riders or groups who would like to participate.  Let's show our support for the Heart & Stroke Foundation!

Guild Hall Grand Opening, May 26th-28th 2017

To keep up to date on what is happening at the Guild Hall this summer, visit the "Guild Hall" tab under Living in Shelburne.  https://www.town.shelburne.ns.ca/guild-hall.html

You can find out more about upcoming performances and special events!

Guild Hall Grand Opening

The Town of Shelburne is excited to celebrate the GRAND OPENING of the new Guild Hall May 26-28, 2017 and we are looking for YOU to join us! We invite any bands, musicians, dance groups, yoga classes, artists, workshops etc. who would like to be a part of this weekend-long launch to contact the Town so we can showcase all of the ways that the community can use the space. Call the Town @ 902-875-2991 ext. 8 or ext. 5 for more details OR send us an email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fisherman's Memorial Updating

The Town of Shelburne is asking the public to assist with the updating of the Fisherman’s Memorial. Family members, friends and the public are encouraged to bring forward the names of those from the Shelburne area who have lost their lives at sea, July 2014-present. Please contact the Town Office, 168 Water Street, 902-875-2991, Ext. 8. or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fall Metal Collection October 10th-21st, 2016

Fall Metal Collection 2016

Residents of the Municipality of Shelburne, Town of Shelburne, and Town of Lockeport, acceptable metal items can be placed curbside on your regular collection day between October 10th - October 21st, 2016.  Please see the attached poster for a list of acceptable materials.