Bring your Pumpkins/Jack-O-Lanterns to Willow Park between 4 and 6pm tonight so we can set them up in our "Pumpkin Parade".
The Town of Wolfville is not able to accept pumpkins at the Maple Ave compost site, but we will dispose of them if you bring them to this event!
The lit pumpkins will be on display from 6-8pm at Willow Park.
Begins Tuesday, November 5th at Wolfville Lions Hall.
Open to all adults 55 years and up!
9:00 - 10:00 AM Every Tuesday and Thursday for 7 Weeks.
$28 for full 7-week session or $3 drop-in fee.
or call 902-542-3019
Notice to Residents Maple Avenue Compost Site Season Closure
The Wolfville Parks Department wishes to advise residents that the Maple Avenue Compost Site will close at 4pm November 23rd, 2019 for the season.
The site typically reopens Mid-April. (opening date varies depending on the weather conditions and the condition of the yard).
Check our website for updates: http://www.wolfville.ca/maple-avenue-compost-site.html
Is your local community group/charity interested in applying for a one-time grant from the Town?
The deadline for receipt of application forms is Friday November 1st!
All the info you need is on our website at: https://www.wolfville.ca/community-partnership-program.html.
Also, have a look at the online application form that provides additional information. Please share as widely as possible especially to those that may not have social media! Thanks.
Town Council is hosting a public meeting from 5:30 – 6:30 pm on Tuesday, October 15th, 2019, to get feedback on the potential use of the RCMP space next to Town Hall in Wolfville for town purposes. THE VENUE WILL NOW BE THE FIRE HALL WITH ENTRY FROM LOCUST.
This topic has been under consideration for a number of years and has recently resurfaced.
Are you interested in knowing if your property will be affected by the proposed zoning changes in the new draft Land Use Bylaw?Check out the new draft planning documents and especially the new Zoning Analyser to search for your property here: https://www.wolfville.ca/will-my-property-be-effected.html and come and talk with Staff and Council at the public participation Open House on October 10th at the Town Hall between 3 pm and 7.30 pm.
IBC Hurricane Dorian Information Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is happy to provide the information below to be shared with Nova Scotians who are recovering from Hurricane Dorian.Anyone with questions should contact their insurance representative. IBC is also available to answer general insurance inquiries through our Consumer Information Centre at 1-844-2ask-IBC (1-844-227-5422 ext 228)What insurance coversMost car, home and business insurance policies cover damage caused by a hurricane or tropical storm. Wind damage is commonly included in coverage, water damage may to be an endorsement or an add-on to a home insurance policy. Damage to vehicles may be covered if a comprehensive or all perils policy was purchased – this is not mandatory coverage. Your insurance representative is at the ready to clarify the details of your policies.The claims process If you have been affected by Hurricane Dorian, when it is safe to do so, take the following steps: • Assess and document the damage. Taking photos can be helpful. • Call your insurance representative and/or company. • List all damaged or destroyed items. • If possible, assemble proofs of purchase, photos, receipts and warranties. Keep damaged items unless they pose a health hazard. • If you have to move out of your home because of insured damage, check with your insurance representative about whether your policy includes additional living expenses coverage, which may cover your costs if you have to move into a hotel/motel. Next steps • Once you have reported a loss, you will be assigned a claims adjuster. It may take some time given the number of people affected by Dorian, but you will be contacted. • The claims adjuster will investigate the circumstances of the loss, examine the documents you provide and explain the process. Take notes during these conversations and don't be afraid to ask questions. Resources For general information, contact IBC's Consumer Information Centre at 1-844-2ask-IBC (1-844-227-5422 ext 228)http://www.ibc.ca/on/http://www.ibc.ca/on/disaster