The Town of Yarmouth is acting now, not never, on the One Nova Scotia report. Created by the Nova Scotia Commission on Building Our New Economy, the report was released in February 2014 and lays out a plan to move the province forward. See full press release below.
News & Notices
A local refugee support group is looking to bring a Syrian family to Yarmouth. Read the full article here.
Please see the link below for additional information on the Neighbourhood Improvement Initiative:
Housing Nova Scotia kicking off Yarmouth Neighbourhood Improvement Program Tuesday, August 18th, 2015. Residents within the program area can expect an in person visit this week from a Housing Nova Scotia representative with an application form. Landlords will be receiving application packages in the mail. See map for Program area by clicking the link below. Also attached is the Neighbourhood Improvement Initiative Landlord Facts Sheet.
Day passes for parking in the Town of Yarmouth two-hour parking lots only are available at a cost of $2.00 per day.
Monthly parking permits for parking in the Town of Yarmouth two-hour parking lots only are available at a cost of $20.00 per month.
All passes must be displayed in the vehicle, visible to the Parking Officer.
Passes may be purchased at the Yarmouth Town Hall, 400 Main Street, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, exclusive of holidays.
More than 180 homes in Yarmouth can apply for part of a government grant to boost the curb appeal of the properties! Read more here.
The Town of Yarmouth recognizes our employees as our greatest resource in our organization. We are committed to the investment in our people. We seek candidates with knowledge and expertise in their field as well as individuals with a collaborative approach to working with others. We offer diverse career opportunities with competitive salary and benefits packages.
All employment opportunities within the Town of Yarmouth will be posted here as they become available.