News

Seeking Proposals from Artists!

Canada 150 Art Contest

Employment Opportunity: Tourism and Events Assistant

The Town of Shelburne is accepting applications for a Summer Student position with Tourism and Events.

Guild Hall Grand Opening, May 26th-28th 2017

To keep up to date on what is happening at the Guild Hall this summer, visit the "Guild Hall" tab under Living in Shelburne.  https://www.town.shelburne.ns.ca/guild-hall.html

You can find out more about upcoming performances and special events!

Down-Payment Assistance Program

Down-Payment Assistance Program for first time homebuyers. https://housing.novascotia.ca/downpayment

Spring Town Wide Yard Sale

Watch videos of Town Council Meetings on Vimeo

 

The Town of Shelburne has a new Vimeo Channel where you can watch the latest Council Meetings.  Agenda items are time stamped in the description for each video.

Town of Shelburne Vimeo Channel

Town Council Approves Capital Budget

2017-18 Capital Budget Press Release

Employment Opportunity

Volunteer Week 2017 Proclamation

Proclamation Volunteer Week 2017

Walk for Values Day Proclamation

Proclamation Walk for Values Day April 23rd, 2017

National Poetry Month Proclamation

National Poetry Month Proclamation April 2017

Capital Budget Meetings Schedule

 

Monday, April 10th                           5 – 6:30 PM  

Tuesday, April 11th                           5 – 6:30 PM  

Wednesday, April 12th                      5:30 – 7 PM

 

For more information on the Town of Shelburne's 2017/18 Budget, click on the attached information page

  Town of Shelburne Operating Budget Press Release

SVFD Road Hockey Postponned

The SVFD Road Hockey Challenge has been postponed to a future date in the Spring. In the meantime, get your team together and keep an eye out for upcoming promotion.

 

Road Hockey Postponed

Updated Tax Sale Listing 2017

April 4th tax sale listing 2017

Shelburne Highway Twinning Public Consultation

Thursday, March 9th, 2017 

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Shelburne Community Centre

King Street, Shelburne, NS

 

Nova Scotians are invited to attend public consultation sessions on the highway twinning report.

Twinning the eight sections included in this study would cost more than $2 billion. Given that cost, we’re studying the feasibility of tolling as an option to allow twinning to take place sooner.

These consultations will present information on how highways can be twinned sooner using tolls.

All materials that will be presented at the session will be available for download before the first session at https://novascotia.ca/twinning/

In addition to the 12 in-person sessions, feedback can be submitted online at https://novascotia.ca/twinning/ or by mail.