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Explore Lunenburg – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, National Historic District, winner of the Communities in Bloom most beautiful small town in Canada, Prettiest Painted Places in Canada, Port City of the Year and Society of American Travel Writers’ awards. Picturesque Lunenburg lies nestled along the scenic shores of southern Nova Scotia one hour from Halifax and the international airport. Experience our way of life and work amidst historic architecture, attractions and amenities. For more information, please contact us at 902-634-4410.
The Town of Lunenburg Electric Utility wishes to advise all customers of an upcoming, system-wide, scheduled power outage on Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 from 2AM until 4AM, weather permitting. The outage is a joint initiative between the Town’s electric utility and Nova Scotia Power involving the completion of important work on both the Town and Nova Scotia Power systems near the substation. The work performed during this outage will minimize future power interruptions and fully return our stand-by systems into service.
Thank you for your understanding while we perform work to ensure the reliability of the Town of Lunenburg Electric Utility. For more information, please contact Aaron Long, Manager, Town of Lunenburg Electric Utility at 902-497-1447.
Please help us keep Town streets free of ice and snow by ensuring your vehicle is parked off-street during winter storms and snow removal operations by the Public Works Department. We can do the job faster and better if your vehicles are not left on the street during this time. With your help we can make pedestrian and vehicle safety a priority by finding alternate parking locations during snow clearing and salting operations.
The Town of Lunenburg and the Bluenose Academy School Advisory Committee are working together in an effort to improve pedestrian safety for students and residents. Crosswalk flags have been installed at six locations along Falkland Street and Victoria Road. Crosswalk flags are a tool used to increase your visibility to motorists prior to crossing the street. Make sure that all vehicles travelling in either direction have stopped before crossing the street with or without a crosswalk flag. Buckets on either side of the crosswalk are used to store flags when not being used. If you see an empty bucket on the other side of the street, it would be helpful if you took a few extra flags with you when crossing the street and placed them in the empty bucket for pedestrians crossing in the opposite direction.