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NOTICE

The Town of Dalhousie conducted partial system and hydrant flushing Friday May 25, 2018. Residents may notice water discoloration. It is suggested that you flush your system by running your cold taps. The flushing will improve the water quality in the system.  

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT STUDENT AND NON-STUDENT

The Town of Dalhousie is accepting applications for Summer Employment. We also have several opportunities under the SEED program. Application forms may be picked up at the Town Hall at 111, Hall Street, in Dalhousie and must be returned no later than May 5, 2017.  

Proposed By-Law 202-18 amendment

TOWN OF DALHOUSIE BY-LAW NO. 202-18 AN AMENDEMENT TO BY-LAW NO. 202-14 A BY-LAW RELATING TO CABS AND CABDRIVERS IN THE TOWN OF DALHOUSIE BE IT ENACTED by the Town Council of the Town of Dalhousie as follows: 1. In this By-Law: “cab” means a motor vehicle having a seating capacity of not more than six (6) persons, exclusive of the driver, used in the transportation of...

Garbage pick-up March 30 and April 2, 2018

Garbage pick-up scheduled for Friday March 30, 2018 will remain the same. Garbage pick-up scheduled for Monday April 2, 2018 will be picked up on Tuesday April 3, 2018 starting very early in the morning.  

PUBLIC NOTICE WATER BREAK

AFFECTED AREA -McKay Street - Vautour Street - Vanier Street A water break has occurred on McKay Street and is affecting water pressure on McKay, Vautour and Vanier Street. In order to repair it we may have to disconnect water services to residences in the affected area Thursday February 22, 2018 to perform repairs. Residents are asked to conserve water. You will be notified if a...

Proposed By-Law 802-18

The proposed by-law can be examined at the Dalhousie town hall during regular hours or in the attached document.

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