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Municipal Office will remain closed to the public until Monday, January 31, 2022.
Due to the continued raising cases of COVID-19, Municipal offices will be closed to the public until Monday, January 31, 2022. During this office closure we will be supporting a work from home process and services to residents will continue to be provided as efficiently as possible. Questions and concerns related to taxes and other services such as recreation, building permits, waste diversion, public works, etc. can be addressed online, by phone or email. A complete staff contact list can be found here.
Operations at the Regional Material Recovery Facility will remain open to the public, as usual. All staff and clients must adhere strictly to COVID-19 safety protocols.
Adoption records will open in Spring 2022. However, it’s your choice to share your information. This spring, Nova Scotia is changing how adoption records are accessed. The AdoptionRecords Act will allow adopted persons (19 or older), birth parents, birth siblings andother relatives to access adoption information if they want to.
If you’re an adopted person (19 or older) or a birth parent, you can protect your privacy by filing a disclosure veto or contact notice. Changes take effect in Spring 2...
The Municipality is now accepting bids for the Tax Sale by Tender. Bids will be accepted until Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 12 pm AST.
All bids will be opened live on Facebook that day and taken to Council that night. Bidders will be contacted the next day with Council's decision.
If you would like to view the listing of properties, and to download the bidding form, please click the following link: Current Tax Sale List.
If you have any questions or concerns, p...
The Municipality of the District of Shelburne is seeking proposals from qualified contractors for a detailed accessible pathway design with specifications for tender and construction. The pathway will be located at Welkum Park, located at 8946 Upper Clyde Road, Shelburne, Nova Scotia.
Request for Proposal and submission details can be found here. Proposals will be accepted until Friday, February 11, 2022, at 04:00 PM Atlantic Time.