Town Snow Plow Routes

Please note the routes/priorities detailed in the attached Map are always subject to change based on equipment, conditions and staffing during any

particular storm.  Please click here to view the Map:

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Proclamation: February 6th, International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation

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Town Buildings closed today, Feb 2nd, due to weather

Town of Wolfville buildings are closed today, Tuesday, February 2nd, due to the bad weather. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The Town Hall and Recreation Centre will reopen Wednesday Feb 3rd at 8.30 am.

Committee of the Whole Council meeting this morning will go ahead, online, as planned. Stay safe.

February is proclaimed as African Heritage Month!

Wolfville Council have proclaimed the month of February as African Heritage Month in the Town.

The 2021 theme, Black History Matters: Listen, Learn, Share and Act, recognizes the important legacy of people of African descent in Canada and around the world.  Find out more at:

More Info

Click here to listen to Council's proclamation:

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IN FOCUS e-newsletter now available

Click here for the Town's latest e-newsletter:  

IN FOCUS

If you would like to subscribe to this bi-monthly newsletter please visit wolfville.ca and click on the Subscribe button. 

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Committee of the Whole meeting - via Zoom - Feb 2nd - 8.30 am

There will be an online Committee of the Whole Council Meeting on Tuesday February 2nd starting at 8.30 am. Councillors will be in Council Chambers with the CAO and Director of Finance and everyone else via Zoom.

The meeting will be live on the Town's Facebook page for all to listen and watch.

If you would like to speak during the public input sessions of the meeting please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a zoom link that will give you access to speak.

An Agenda package is here:

Agenda


Thank you.

Flags at half-mast in honour of Al Whittle who passed away Jan. 23rd

Flags in the Town have been lowered to half-mast this afternoon following the very sad news that Al Whittle passed away on January 23rd at age 91.  Our sincere condolences to his family and friends.

The Board of Directors of the Al Whittle Theatre / Acadia Cinema Coop sent the following message:

Our deepest condolences to his family and all those close to him. Al was the face of our theatre for decades and played a crucial role in enabling its transfer to our member-owned cooperative. An obituary will be published in the coming days. We urge you to watch this short film from 2013, in which Al recalls his career as the theatre operator. 

Click here for film

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Drop-in COVID-19 Testing Jan 23/24 10 am - 5 pm

Public Health Mobile Units to provide drop-in testing for residents of Wolfville and surrounding communities.

Drop-in testing will be available at Public Health’s Mobile Health Units on Saturday, January 23 and Sunday, January 24 at the Acadia Festival Theatre (504 Main St, Wolfville) from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Click here for full details

Town Hall & Rec Centre closing at 2 pm Friday Jan 22nd due to weather

Due to the bad weather the Town Hall and Recreation Centre will close at 2 pm today, Friday January 22nd. Apologies for any inconvenience and we will reopen at 8.30 am Monday January 25th as usual.

Be safe!

Two Potential COVID-19 exposures to be aware of in Wolfville:

Two potential COVID-19 exposures to be aware of in Wolfville:

Acadia University

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Town Council Meeting - Tues Jan 26th - 6.30 pm via Zoom

There will be an online Town Council Meeting on Tuesday January 26th starting at 6.30 pm via Zoom.

The meeting will be live on the Town's Facebook page for all to listen and watch.

If you would like to speak during the public input session please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

for a zoom link that will give you access to speak.  Agenda is here

Thank you.

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Town Hall Open again to the public from Wednesday January 20th

Starting Wednesday Jan. 20th at 8.30 am we are happy to advise that the Town Hall will once again be open to members of the public (8.30 am – 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday).

To ensure the safety of everyone we ask members of the public visiting the Town Hall to:

• wear a mask and practise physical distancing at all times
• be patient and respect that a maximum of 3 members of the public can line-up inside the Town Hall, others can line-up outside
• read and follow the directions on the signage
• make appointments in advance if you wish to speak to a specific staff member – check the Staff Contacts link below for direct contact info
• note that the Town Hall washrooms will not be available to the public.

Staff Contact List

Please be aware that the ramp to the side of the Town Hall is being replaced with a new and improved ramp that offers easier access to the building; contractors are currently working on building the new ramp. If you need the ramp to access the Town Hall please call us in advance so that we can arrange to provide you with service – Call us on: 902-542-5767. We apologise for this inconvenience as we work to improve the accessibility of Town buildings.

The Public Works/Community Development building, Dykeland Street, remains closed to the public; please contact the member of staff you need to speak with and make an appointment in advance.

Welcome back to the Town Hall!

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