The Town of Wolfville is looking for volunteers to take place in an amazing placemaking initiative this summer. You may be wondering, “what is placemaking?” Placemaking is an initiatives that uses a community’s culture and creativity to make public spaces more vibrant and welcoming.
This summer, Wolfville has 26 Muskoka/ Adirondack chairs available for the community to paint. Afterwards, the chairs will be placed throughout the Town for all to enjoy! The chairs will be available to paint at the Canada Day celebrations on July 1 at Willow Park. While there are no theme restrictions on the chairs, we do ask that each chair be designed in such a way that promotes all that Wolfville has to offer.
Wolfville will supply some brushes and paint in primary colours, but we ask that you bring some of your own down as well! As we have a limited number of chairs available, they will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis and registration for the chairs will remain open until noon on June 30.
Learn more about this great opportunity here
June is National Bike Month, and where better to celebrate than the Town of Wolfville? Grab your helmet and hop onto one of our many trails, ride your bike to work, or participate in a trail ride in and around the town. Upload your photo to Social Media and TAG “Town of Wolfville” to be entered into our Summer Swag draw. Participants must be wearing protective headgear to receive a ballot. A maximum of one ballot, per day, per participant, will be awarded. The more days you participate, the higher your chances of winning, so commit to healthy living this month! Draw date: June 30th 2016.
Blue Route Nova Scotia: http://bicycle.ns.ca/blue-route/EKM
Life Cycle: http://www.valleylifecycle.ca/
Mayor’s Weekly Bike Rides: Join Mayor Jeff Cantwell and a few of his fellow councillors every Sunday at 1:30pm, leaving from the parking lot of the Wolfville Skateboard Park (Main St).
Banks Bikes is hosting weekly rides. For details, check out their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BanksBikes
The updated Town of Wolfville Bylaw 64, Prevention of Excessive Noise Bylaw, was passed by Council after its second reading on Wednesday, May 18th.
The updates to this Bylaw are the results of consultations with the RCMP, residents of Wolfville, Acadia Students' Union, the Town and Gown Committee and Acadia University.
To see the draft document as it was presented to Council please click here to view the Agenda Package.
Town of Wolfville Bylaw 99, the Vending Bylaw, was passed by Council after its second reading on Wednesday, May 18th.
The new Vending Bylaw establishes a permitting system which aims to regulate vending in the Town of Wolfville and does not ban vending in Wolfville.
To see the draft document as it was presented to Council please click here.
The Town of Wolfville is looking to improve its Dog Control Bylaw iand would like your input on the extent of its Designated Off Leash Areas.
Please follow the link below to fill out and submit a quick survey that will help make our public parks more enjoyable for everyone!
May 21, 22, 2016 at the Wolfville Tennis Club
7 Victoria Ave., Rotary Park, Wolfville, NS: Entries close on Wednesday, May 18th at 9pm
Players may enter one singles category, one doubles category, plus mixed doubles
Entry fee: $15 for a singles only; $10 for a doubles only; $20 for singles and doubles entry
There will be refreshments and snacks provide at the courts Categories:
Open group: women’s singles/doubles; men’s singles/doubles; mixed doubles
55 and over group: women’s singles/doubles; men’s singles/doubles; mixed doubles
(Consolation draws when possible.) *New Minas and Kentville Courts may also be used.
We'll Find You a Partner: If you want to play doubles -- mixed, or, men's, or, women's -- and don't have a partner, put your name in with the tournament organizers and we'll find you a partner. We'll try our best. We really will.
Your Tournament Committee: Lars, Bob, Wilson, Scott, Peter, Darcy, Jun, John, Boyd, Wally
Please completed this form
If you have any questions, please call 902-542-3294
The Mayor of Wolfville has officially proclaimed that May 1-7, 2016 will be recognized as Emergency Preparedness Week (EPWeek) in the Town of Wolfville
The Town of Wolfville will now be receiving applications for grants as per the Town's new Grants to Organizations Policy 710-003 until Monday, April 25th at 4:30 PM.
If your organization would like to apply for funding through the Community Partnership Program - for a maximum of $2000 - please click here to download the application.
For organizations that have already submitted a 2016/17 application prior to the opening of this application period you will be contacted directedly in the near future.
Change 1 to the Town of Wolfville's Emergency Management Plan was approved by Council at the April 19th Town Council Meeting
The Emergency Management Plan is designed and developed for the Town of Wolfville to assign specific duties and responsibilities and to direct the actions of key officials in the event of an emergency
The Emergency Management Plan (Change 1) is available via this LINK
There is a Water Main break on Skyway Drive (University Avenue to Grandview Drive)
Residents requiring drinking water can go to the Public Works building with jugs for drinking water
Extremely Muddy Conditions at the Maple Avenue Compost site, there is a potiential for smaller vehicle to get stuck, please use caution.
Opening this weekend Saturday, April 16, 2016