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Neighbourhood Associations

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Yarmouth's grassroots associations and organizations work hard to create their vision of what our town can be. Here are just a few groups who are making a difference:

Let us know if you’re starting a neighbourhood association by contacting Town Hall – we'd love to hear from you!

Neighbourhood Programs

Yarmouth is being transformed by a range of neighbourhood programs spurred by the Town and the province. Housing Nova Scotia's Neighbourhood Improvement Initiative has helped revitalize our community with special grants to landlords and homeowners for exterior, street-facing improvements.

Here are some other key programs that are helping to improve our neighbourhoods:

Join our local committee for initiatives like Adopt-a-Block!
All Hands on Deck (no longer active, but its effects are still being felt!)
Yarmouth Volunteer Network
Heritage properties
Downtown Facade Improvement Program

If you want to make a donation to the Town, check out our Community Asset Donation Program. Contributions made through this program also benefit the parks, urban forest, greenspaces, the natural environment and the community as a whole.

Communities in Bloom

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Working in cooperation with municipal employees, volunteer groups, businesses and individual citizens, Communities in Bloom has been successful in raising our Yarmouth civic pride. Not just because of our parks, streetscapes, and public areas, but also for the increased dialogue concerning environmental and beautification projects. Thanks to volunteers, projects ranging from litter pick-up to celebrating the Daylily have been enormously successful

The Communities in Bloom Committee receives full support from Yarmouth Town Council. Additionally, Communities in Bloom recognizes and applauds the significant achievements of some local business owners who are leading the way in innovative waste reduction projects. The Town of Yarmouth is also home to many spectacularly lovely private gardens both historic and contemporary. We take pride in the many stately first-generation trees which grace our streets and public buildings, and we celebrate the pride that our heritage home owners take in their properties.