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


To find out more about Wolfville's Mayor and Councillor candidates for the upcoming Municipal Election:


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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.

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How can I vote in the October Elections?

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Fall Clean Up info

The information on Valley Waste Resource Managements Fall Clean-up can be found here:

Fall Clean-up


Wolfville's new planning documents now in effect!

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The Town of Wolfville’s new planning documents are now in effect!

They can be viewed online at:



Here is a link to the revised Municipal Fees Policy 140-015 that is also now in effect:

Municipal Fees Policy


Public Input for Town Council Meeting - Sept. 15, 2020

Reminder-  If you would like to ask questions or make comments during the Public Input section of the Town Council meeting tonight (September 15th - 6:30 p.m.) please contact Amanda Brown at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to obtain the Zoom link to attend.  The meeting will also be live on our Facebook page for anyone wishing to follow along without questions/comments.

Memory Boot Camp

Interested in learning about how memory works and how you can improve your own memory?

Click Here to find out about our FREE online Memory Boot Camp.

Check out the latest Community info from Acadia University

Keep checking back for the latest info from Acadia



'The campus remains closed to the general public.

Exceptions are in place for those transporting students, contractors, and service providers.

Exceptions for the general public also include access to the:  Athletics Complex (appointments only),  Woodland Trailsflo EV charging station (Athletics Complex),  Rail Trail through the Athletics Complex parking lot,  Tower Skateboard and Basketball Park.'

Contact Info for the Wolfville Candidates


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Acadia Campus and buildings closed to the public

Acadia University campus and buildings are closed to the general public until further notice.

Exceptions are in place for those transporting students, contractors, and service providers.

Here is a link to the Community Information page on their website:


2020 Municipal Election Candidates:

Candidate Nominations closed at 5 pm today, September 8th 2020.  The official number of candidates in the 2020 Municipal Election in Wolfville is 11 candidates for 6 councillor seats, and 2 mayoral candidates.

You can vote as follows and letters will be delivered to all electors at the end of September with voting information:

- electronically, 24-hours per day from home (via the internet or telephone) from October 8th 8.30 am through to October 16th 8 pm - stay home and stay safe and vote!

- at electronic advance polls - October 8th and October 13th at the Lions Club Hall, Elm Avenue (equipment provided)

- using paper ballots on October 17th at the Lions Club Hall, Elm Avenue

 Your candidates are as follows.  Contact information will be shared soon:

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Summer Concert Series Extended

We've been getting great crowds on Sundays at Waterfront Park for the Summer Concert Series, so we're extending it for another three shows!

Sunday, Sept.6th: Daniel McFadyen

Sunday, Sept.13th: Mark Bezanson

Sunday, Sept.20th: Sarah Pound and John Ebata

All shows are 2pm-4pm.

Click Here for the Concert Page