Shelburne Celebrates Christmas Activities
Created: Friday, 17 November 2017 15:52
2nd Grovestine Memorial Recreation Complex Public Workshop
Created: Thursday, 16 November 2017 13:40
The Town of Shelburne Community Participation & Volunteerism Committee will be holding a 2nd Grovestine's Complex Workshop to discuss the future of the Roger Grovestine Memorial Recreation Complex.
This workshop will build on the work of participants at the May 31st session. In May, participants brainstormed potential proposals for improvement of the Complex. At this workshop, we will discuss the list developed in May and work towards a recommendation to be presented to the Shelburne Town Council for their consideration.
Monday November 27th, 7 pm
Men's Meeting Room, Shelburne Community Center
63 King Street, Shelburne
Public Consultation Meeting
Created: Wednesday, 01 November 2017 10:04
A Public Meeting will be held on Monday, November 6th, 2017 at 7:00 pm, with regard to potential Off-Highway Vehicle Routes through the Town.
The purpose of this meeting will be to consider potential routes and gather public input to be presented to the Town Council.
DATE: Monday, November 6th, 2017, at 7:00 pm
PLACE: Men’s Meeting Room Shelburne Community Centre 168 Water Street Shelburne, NS
Public Meeting on Health Care
Created: Thursday, 19 October 2017 11:08
CP & V Committee is looking for 2 new members
Created: Tuesday, 10 October 2017 09:08
Upcoming Paving Projects
Created: Wednesday, 27 September 2017 15:32
Lahave Paving Ltd. will be in Shelburne working on several paving projects starting the first week of October, weather permitting. Expect traffic delays on Water Street and disruption of traffic on Cornwallis Street (between George and Charlotte) and Charlotte Street (between Cornwallis and Parr). If you have private paving you need done while Lahave Paving Ltd. is in the area they can be reached at 902-543-7283. Your patience while the work is underway is greatly appreciated.
Milling work is expected to begin Friday Sept.29th. Expect traffic delays.
Public Consultation Meeting
Created: Wednesday, 30 August 2017 16:07
There will be a Public Consultation Meeting by the Independent Commission on Effective Electoral Representation of Acadian and African Nova Scotians in Shelburne on Sept. 11, 2017 from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre
Tall Ships 2017 Thank You
Created: Thursday, 24 August 2017 15:45
The Town of Shelburne wants to express their gratitude to all those involved with the Rdv2017 Tall Ships Regatta Event in Shelburne on August 14th & August 15th. Your hard work, effort and involvement was greatly appreciated in making this Canada 150 Event a memorable success!
Remembrance Day Wreaths 2017
Created: Friday, 11 August 2017 09:33
The Town of Shelburne is accepting orders for Remembrance Day Wreaths until Aug. 25th, 2017. If you would like a wreath, please fill out the form below or stop into the Town Office.
Remembrance Day Wreaths Order Form
Tall Ships Lobster Supper
Created: Wednesday, 09 August 2017 09:44
As part of the #RDV2017 Tall Ships visit, we are having an Outdoor community style Lobster Supper at the new Shelburne Guild Hall with musical guests the Jazz Dabblers.
Date: Monday, August 14thTime: 5pm to 7pm (Two settings 5pm & 6pm)
Location: Guild Hall (11 Maiden Lane)
Cost: $20 per personYour $20 per person ticket includes a whole steamed lobster with butter, coleslaw, potato salad, drink, locally sourced seasonal dessert and festive lobster bib.
Tickets can be purchased through the Town of Shelburne in person at the Town Office (168 Water Street) or online by credit card and selecting the Tall Ships Lobster Supper payment option at: http://www.townofshelburne.plastiq.com/
Catering services provided by Megan Egan & Steven Graham.
New Stop Sign
Created: Tuesday, 25 July 2017 13:17
In response to safety concerns, the Town of Shelburne is in the process of making improvements to our traffic signage. A first step is the installation of new stop signs on John Street at the intersection with Hammond Street, which are now in place. These new stop signs institute a pattern of alternating stops on John Street (stops every second block), to reduce traffic speed. The intention is to remove the existing stop signs on Hammond, returning the intersection to a two-way stop, however to allow motorists time to adjust to the change the intersection will remain a four-way stop in the short-term.