The Town of Wolfville would like to advise the public that there is no Trail Maintenance on Wolfville Trails during the Winter months.
We ask that you use extreme caution when using the trails during this Winter Season.
Public Awareness and Support are Critical elements in Emergency Planning.
The most immediate help after a disaster is from people nearby when the event occurs. That means it is your work colleagues, neighbours, friends, family and members of the community who are the ones who will be giving or needing help.
Are you interested in helping your community and playing a critical role during major events, emergencies and disasters? Join the Town of Wolfville’s Emergency Volunteer Group and show you care for our Town and region.
The Wolfville Emergency Volunteer Group welcomes your application if you:
Note: All personal information will be retained by the EMC and not distributed to other organizations
You will be contacted if your help is needed. This will depend on: the needs of affected areas (which may take time to assess); volunteer availability, location and skills required. We encourage you, if safe, to help your family, friends, neighbours, and groups you are already connected with.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering to help the Town of Wolfville’s emergency response and recovery efforts
The Winter Parking Regulations will be in effect from December 1, 2017 up to and including March 31, 2018 on all streets in the Town of Wolfville.
During the aforementioned period, parking of vehicles on the streets of the Town of Wolfville is prohibited from 12:01 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. and from one (1) hour after the start of a snowstorm to two (2) hours after the storm has stopped.
Physicians, fire and police officials are exempt from these Regulations while carrying out their official duties and operators of commercial vehicles while loading & unloading.
Any person who violates the Town of Wolfville Winter Parking Regulations will be liable to the penalty provided by section 293 of the Motor Vehicles Act.
A copy of the Town of Wolfville Parking Regulations will be on display at the Wolfville Town Hall, 359 Main Street or the Wolfville RCMP Detachment, 363 Main Street and other public buildings within the Town of Wolfville.
The Annapolis Valley Regional Library and the Town of Wolfville will be hosting a community consultation to explore the current and future needs of the library in Wolfville.
Stop by the Wolfville Farmers' Market from 2:30-6:00pm on November 4th, 2017 and add your voice - we'll be asking some questions about how you want to use the library, what the library needs, and more. This is your chance to tell us if it is time to grow the library.
An online questionnaire is available HERE for those who cannot attend this event but still wish to offer their opinion.
This is the start of a process that will evolve as we move toward making decisions and taking action on our library.
Notice to Residents Town of Wolfville Excavation for Service Installation End Date 2017
The Wolfville Public Works Department wishes to advise residents that there will be no excavation for the installation of Water and Sewer after November 17th, 2017
Installation of services will resume in the spring of 2018 when weather conditions permit.
The Town of Wolfville thanks you for your patience and understanding with this issue.
The Town of Wolfville is participating in a regional housing needs assessment. Please take and share the survey to help inform the process: https://interceptum.com/s/en/Housing (survey open until Dec. 4th).
Check out the new video provided by the WBDC in promotion of our Walkability campaign!
Click Here to learn more about this campaign.
Recreational, or non-medical, cannabis is expected to be legal in Canada by July 2018. The federal government plans to pass legislation that sets a framework for legalizing recreational cannabis. Within this federal framework, provinces and territories must make their own rules and regulations for sale, possession and use.
Nova Scotia is working hard to get ready and to ensure provincial policies and laws strike a balance between making this product legal and protecting the health and safety of Nova Scotians, especially children and youth.
The Province of Nova Scotia has launched a public consultation so Nova Scotians can have their say. This is a significant change for Canadians – and for our province. As we develop rules and regulations for Nova Scotia, it is important we hear from everyone.
Visit the website to have your say: https://novascotia.ca/cannabis/
FREE Yoga program for teens starts Oct.17th at Wolfville School.
The Town of Wolfville is seeking an individual to serve as the Town’s Appointee on the Wolfville Business Development Corporation (WBDC) Board of Directors.
Members of the Board provide governance, oversight and strategic direction for the member-based organization. The WBDC aims to support existing and prospective businesses by creating opportunities for sustainable growth and improvement of the business climate in Wolfville through collaboration with stakeholders, business education opportunities, and marketing Wolfville as a desirable place to invest.
This organization meets monthly and may require additional commitments for sub-committee work.
Deadline for submissions: Friday, November 24th, 2017
View the Application Form.
Click Here to check out the Rec Guide and see what Wolfville and the rest of the Valley has to offer this Fall!