Graham's Park: Improvements Work Notice
Created: Monday, 08 July 2019 09:09
The Splash Pad is now open however we ask that park users stay away from construction zones as work continues in the park.
- Public Works
Vegetative Buffer Project - Volunteers NEEDED
Created: Tuesday, 02 July 2019 12:15
Community Health Board Annual Community Meeting
Created: Friday, 14 June 2019 10:28
Public Members Needed for Audit Committee
Created: Friday, 14 June 2019 10:27
Notice to Residents: NS Power
Created: Friday, 24 May 2019 09:25
Notice: Power Line Work & Traffic Advisory
Please be advised that crews from Nova Scotia Power will be working on power lines in the vicinity of Falls Lane and Water Street on Sunday, May 26th from 6am to 11am. During this time, Falls Lane will be closed to all traffic. Area residents may experience power outages during this time
Town of Shelburne Budget Approved
Created: Thursday, 23 May 2019 11:02
UPDATE: Water Main Break - Sandy Point Road
Created: Saturday, 11 May 2019 12:57
May 11th (9:30 pm)
Final Update: Sandy Point Road Water Main Break
Repairs have been completed on the line and all water customers should have regular service again. If you should experience any discolouration please flush your taps until they run clear.
Traffic and water conservation controls have been lifted.
Created: Thursday, 09 May 2019 14:04
Thank You Edgar Allison for 50 years of service!
Created: Tuesday, 07 May 2019 15:25
The Town of Shelburne would like to thank and congratulate Deputy Chief Edgar Allison on 50 years of service with the SVFD. A celebration was held in his honor on May 4th, at the Community Centre. Thank you to all the members of the SVFD and Edgar for your service!
Update: Boil Water Advisory - Commission Street
Created: Monday, 29 April 2019 09:13
May 10th (1pm)
The Boil Water Advisory for Commission Street has been lifted
Important Notice Re: Water Conservation Order
Created: Sunday, 28 April 2019 16:04
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.