We are sad that we were unable to hold our wreath making event this year, but CBC did a great interview with Mayor Wilson-Shee, and it even includes a “how-to” video for making your own wreath. Check it out! https://www.cbc.ca/…/holiday-wreath-how-to-guide-1.6264043 – MS
As a continuation of projects conducted in 2019 and 2020, and with funding support from the Government of New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund, the Village Public Works Department will be planting trees within the limits of the 20-metre-wide municipal street right-of way at selected locations along Village streets.
The Fredericton Region Sold Waste Commission is reminding the public that absolutely no batteries are permitted in garbage or recycling containers. Proper disposal of Household Hazardous waste, including batteries, is required. Click here for important information regarding disposal of batteries. You can also click here to find valuable
The New Maryland Nature Trails (behind the New Maryland Centre) are a popular destination for walkers, snowshoers, bird watchers, rock lovers, and nature enthusiasts. The trails consist of three unique sections – Fletcher’s Walk, Charter’s Way and Cameron’s Loop. A uniquely designed 42-foot span suspension bridge, an elevated
Click here to view the Remembrance Day Program. Again this year the Village’s Remembrance Day Service will be held at the New Maryland Centre with limited seating available via registration. (All seats have now been reserved). The service will also be broadcast Live on our Village Facebook page beginning
Storm Preparedness Week 2021, Oct. 31-Nov. 7, is being recognized by the provincial government and its New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization along with partners NB Power, Saint John Energy, Edmundston Energy and the Canadian Red Cross. As winter approaches, New Brunswickers are reminded of the need to be
Contract 2 for the Sunrise Wellfield Development Project is nearing completion. The water supply line from the well sites to the future water treatment is being completed today. The access road to the water treatment plant has been built, the intersection of Weston Street and Kingston Street has