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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.
Effective June 1st, 2015, all residents and businesses in the Town of Lunenburg will be required to place garbage (non-recyclable waste) in clear bags for curbside collection. Clear bags are available at hardware stores, department stores and grocery stores. We encourage businesses and residents to begin using clear bags for garbage at their earliest convenience and prior to the revised Solid Waste Management By-Law enforcement date of June 1st, 2015.
Some meter readings will be estimated in this month's billing due to snow blocking meter access. Estimated readings are permitted under Section 5.5 of the Utility's Rules and Regulations. The Utility will estimate the probable amount of energy consumed on the basis of the best data available.
When actual readings are obtained next month, the Utility will make the necessary adjustments to the account.
If you have any questions, please contact the Finance Office at (902) 634-4410, ext. 227.
Please view the link below for more information about the Town's 2015/16 grant program and application form.
Check out this on-line feature published by Canadian Living written by our Mayor promoting Lunenburg.
The South Shore Regional Enterprise Network has its inaugural board in place. The Regional Enterprise Network Liaison and Oversight Committee appointed 11 members to the 13 member Board on January 26, 2015.
We are impressed with the caliber of board members who bring lots of practical, hands-on business experience to the regional enterprise network," said Liaison and Oversight Committee Chair Allen Webber. The municipal units are excited to have this board in place so they can start the foundational work which will lead to growing our region's economy."
Check out Lunenburg on the cover of the 2015 Nova Scotia Doers and Dreamers Guide.
The following link will lead you to an article in the National Post about the restoration of our beautiful St. John's Anglican Church.
Adopt a senior this year or someone with a disability by "Plowing it Forward" and help them with their snow plowing and shoveling. Snow presents an obstacle and burden that endangers the lives of seniors and prevents our seniors and disabled from getting the care and support that their lives depend upon. Seniors that clear their own snow put themselves at serious health risks that can result in bone breaking falls, heart attack and strokes. A little act of kindness this winter could save a life. How powerful is that?