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COVID-19 Update July 9

Travellers who wish to enter New Brunswick now have access to a pre-travel registration service to help speed up their trip. The Travel Registration Program website will allow those who intend to travel to pre-register, verify that they meet the health screening criteria and see what documents are required to enter the province. Travellers who […]

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Municipal candidate information

 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED – NEW DATE TBA!  Quispamsis has prepared a candidate orientation kit for any residents who might want to run in the May election. It contains information such as the number of council meetings, committee work, duties of a councillor, and remuneration. You can access the kit here.    Individuals wishing […]

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Christmas garbage collection

There will be no garbage collection in Quispamsis on Christmas Day. If Wednesday is your regular collection day, your garbage will be picked up on Saturday, Dec. 28. Please have it curbside by 7 am. All other scheduled collections during the holiday season, including Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, remain unchanged.

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Disaster relief for residents affected by hurricane Dorian

  The provincial government has launched a Disaster Financial Assistance program to help individuals, small businesses, not-for-profit organizations and municipalities who suffered property damage following hurricane Dorian on Sept. 7-8.  Wind gusts in excess of 100 km/h were reported. Downed trees caused power outages throughout much of the province. Power outages peaked with more than […]

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Roundabout to be built at Squire Drive/Route 119

  A roundabout will be constructed at the intersection of Squire Drive and the Gondola Point Arterial in 2020.   Premier Blaine Higgs, who is the MLA for Quispamsis, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Oliver and Deputy Mayor Libby O’Hara made the announcement today.   “This intersection has been a safety concern in the community […]

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Renewable Energy survey

Citizens of Saint John and surrounding area – we’re looking for your input on renewable energy in your community! Through a partnership between QUEST (Quality Urban Energy Systems of Tomorrow) and the University of Guelph, Accelerating implementation of Renewable Energy (AIRE) is a two-year project to help municipalities reach emission reduction targets by enabling investment […]

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Hampton Road Construction

Thank you for your patience during construction on the Hampton Road this season. Due to the recent rain event we experienced this week, paving on Hampton Road has been delayed. The ground is saturated and if paved too soon, will not result in a quality product.   We realize this will impact back to school traffic […]

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Traffic Bylaw #27 Amendment Gondola Boulevard at Teslin Drive

Council has approved third and final reading of Bylaw No. 27-30 Respecting Traffic on Streets and Public Places. We have narrowed the intersection approaches at Gondola Boulevard at Teslin Drive and removed some stop signage in the area in order to properly encourage smooth traffic flow.

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Animal licensing

We can help reunite you with your missing pet, as long as it has a license. Check out the new fee structure here: Animal Control

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New Q-1-1 Citizen Reporter available on-line

If you see a pothole or a damaged sign on a Quispamsis street, you can now notify the town electronically on your smartphone. The new Q-1-1 Citizen Reporter is available on-line on the home page of the town’s website www.Quispamsis.ca. The new system is easy to use, allowing people to submit issues to a specific […]

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