November 19, 2020

2021 General Operating & Capital Budgets

Click here for the full document of the 2021 General Operating & Capital Budgets
October 26, 2020

Pedestrian Safety

As the days grow shorter, the Village would like to encourage pedestrians to wear high visibility/ reflective clothing if walking or running on Village streets in the evenings or early mornings for your safety and so motorists can see you. If sidewalks are available, please use the sidewalks.
October 14, 2020

HEAT DETECTOR RECALL – Government of Canada

Edwards 280 Series Mechanical Heat Detector recalled due to potential failure to operate. The product may fail to activate, causing users and central monitoring stations to not be alerted to the elevated temperature in a location, which could lead to the spread of fire. Consumers who use the
October 7, 2020

New Maryland Lions Club Scholarship Applications

The New Maryland Lions Club is pleased to announce that applications are now OPEN for the 2020 post-secondary Scholarships. Application forms are available at the Village Office or one can be e-mailed to you by messaging Lion Bill O’Donnell – Bodonnell423@gmail.com. Please note: applications must be hand delivered
October 5, 2020

PNM Zoomers Newsletter October 2020 Edition

The October 2020 issue of the Parish of New Maryland Zoomers Newsletter is available and can be found here.  
September 21, 2020

Bears in the Village

The Village of New Maryland is reminding residents to please be diligent and take every precaution necessary to deter bears from coming onto your property.  There have been numerous bear sightings throughout the Village this year. Bears are attracted to homes, cottages and businesses mainly by garbage and
September 18, 2020

By-Law 42-2020 A By-law Relating to Water & Sewer Systems Enacted

By-law 42-2020, A By-law Relating to Water & Sewer Systems, was enacted at the September 16th meeting of Council.  Click here to review the By-law.
September 16, 2020

Inter-Generational Living for Community Well-Being

The majority of New Brunswick’s aging population wishes to age in place.  iGenNB enables older adults to remain in their homes with dignity and independence.  For more information click here.
September 14, 2020

Last Day of 2020 Team Up to Slow Down Campaign

This morning was the final day for this year’s Team Up to Slow Down Campaign. Mayor Judy Wilson-Shee was at the MacIntosh Dr. entrance to Applewood Acres as well as the entrance to Baker Brook Court. Thanks to all who are Teaming Up to Slow Down and keep