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Smart City Ideas Discussion

General Notices
on 2018-02-23

The Town of Yarmouth is looking for volunteers to be available next week (Feb 26- Feb 2), to come be part of filmed disc...

Public Works Operator - Temporary 12 months

Job Postings
on 2018-02-22

The Town of Yarmouth invites applications from qualified individuals for a temporary full time position within the Publi...

W. Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Museum Interpre...

Job Postings
on 2018-02-22

The W. Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Museum is receiving applications for Seasonal Museum Interpreters (3). One position w...

Transit Service - Monday, February 19, 2018

General Notices
on 2018-02-15

The Town of Yarmouth wishes to advise its transit customers that there will be no service on Monday, February 19, 2018, ...

Interpreter/Researcher - Student

Job Postings
on 2018-02-13

The Town of Yarmouth is seeking a motivated, energetic, and outgoing student to fill our Interpreter/ Researcher positio...

Final Update on Water Leak

General Notices
on 2018-02-08

We are pleased to report that the leak has been fixed and the water has been restored to the affected customers along Ma...

Community Asset Donation Program Update

General Notices
on 2018-02-08

The Town of Yarmouth is pleased to provide the following report on donations made In 2017, through the Community Asset D...

Transit Service - February 13, 2018

General Notices
on 2018-01-30

The Town of Yarmouth wishes to advise its transit customers that the transit service will be using a bus that is not whe...

Updated 100 Meals Calendar

General Notices
on 2018-01-08

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Tender Results for Arts and Culture Concept D...

Tender Results
on 2017-12-20

The tender for an Arts and Culture Concept Design and Feasibility Study proposal was awarded to MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple ...

Meal-a-Day for 100 Days

Council Notices
on 2017-12-17

"Meal-A-Day for 100 Days" is a new community initiative for the winter months that we can all stand behind! &q...

Snow Removal Parking Lots

Tender Results
on 2017-11-29

The contract for snow removal for parking lots for 2017-2018 was awarded to K. Anthony Landscaping and Snow Removal.

Tender Results Milton Park

Tender Results
on 2017-11-29

The tender for the construction of a park on the old Milton Elementary School site was awarded to K. Anthony Landscaping...

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Our Priorities

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We believe that Nova Scotia is on the verge of a massive economic, social, and cultural transformation. Our Town Council stands behind the strategic vision of the One Nova Scotia Commission, which lays the foundations for our province to act and compete on a truly global level.

A new politics.

A shared commitment to growing Nova Scotia's one economy.

Strategic priority on business start-ups and growth-oriented enterprises.

And we're just getting started. Discover how we’re bringing all 12 Priorities to life, and learn what you can do.

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Mayor's Report

Mayor’s New Year’s Message

Pam MoodAs with each of you, I’m certain, the holiday season is a time to reflect on the past and look forward to what the future will bring. We commit to letting bad habits go and are excited about starting fresh, each working towards what we fully hope will be a better future.

Of course I went through that process as we all do, on a personal level, but I also did it as your Mayor, and I want to openly and honestly share my thoughts with you.

I don’t believe we can be stuck in our past and move forward at the same time, but I do know the value and importance of looking back to see how far we’ve come and to ensure we carry those things that are part of us and that have served us well, into the future.

It wasn’t difficult to look back on the past year or so and see what I can refer to as an amazing beginning to a great transformation, and while it would be nearly impossible to touch on everything, here are some of the highlights:

Your Town Council

Mayor Pam Mood

Pam Mood /Mayor/

Councillor Phil Mooney

Phil Mooney /Deputy Mayor/

Councillor Don Berry

Don Berry /Councillor/

Councillor Wade Cleveland

Wade Cleveland /Councillor/

Councillor Sandy Dennis

Sandy Dennis /Councillor/

Councillor Clifford Hood

Clifford Hood /Councillor/

Deputy Mayor Jim MacLeod

Jim MacLeod /Councillor/

Greg Barro

Greg Barro /Town Solicitor/

Jeff Gushue

Jeff Gushue /Chief Administrative Officer/

Yarmouth By the Numbers

6,700

Residents

$117,856

Average Home Value

250+

Years of History

15

Parks and Trails

Town of Yarmouth

 This is an exciting time for the Town of Yarmouth. By working together, we can meet today’s challenges and build a better future.”

Pam Mood

Contacts

Town of Yarmouth
400 Main Street
Yarmouth, B5A 1G2

  (902) 742-2521
  (902) 742-6244

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