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Information Edge: Volume 6

For more than 5 years now, the Town of Yarmouth has offered a unique way for individuals and families to honour the memory of a loved one. The Community Asset Donation Program allows individuals and organizations to make a general donation of items such as a tree, bench, work of art, or other structure as a way to recognize and honour others through a lasting tribute. The contributions made through this program benefit our beautiful parks, urban forest, green spaces, the natural environment and the community as a whole. Many individuals have found the program to be the ideal way to remember someone special, while also making a valuable contribution toward beautifying our town. If you’re thinking of exploring the program in the same way, please contact Todd Muise, Parks Supervisor for the Town of Yarmouth, by telephone at 902-307-2924, or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  You can also find more information including pricing, donor agreement forms, and more at

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Fireworks Restrictions Within the Town of Yarmouth

As you may have heard, Town Council recently approved amendments to the town’s Noise Bylaw to restrict the use of consumer fireworks within the town. It’s not a total ban. The idea is to eliminate the use of fireworks on random days that are not specific holidays or religious holidays. Please note that fireworks are no longer permitted within town limits, except on recognized religious holidays, Canada Day, New Year's Eve, Natal Day, and the Seafest Parade of Lights. Council also approved a change to extend the authority to the CAO to provide a written exemption for other similar events. Changes also require signage to be displayed at retail displays of fireworks, informing consumers of the ban.

You can view the full Noise Bylaw at:


Monthly FYIs for July & August

Upcoming Council Meetings
You can watch meetings live on Eastlink Community TV or through our website at agenda-and-minutes-livestream.html

o   Committee of the Whole Council Meeting Thursday, July 28th, 3:30 pm

o   Regular Town Council Meeting Thursday, August 11th, 6:30 pm


Attention Gardeners: Class "A" Compost is Still Available!

Class 'A' compost is still available for purchase at our compost facility located at 1934 Hardscratch Road (Yarmouth County Solid Waste Park). The price is $25/yd. the quality is amazing so load up today! If you need more information, please phone 902-742-5220 or 902-742-7525.

Community Events: Be Sure to Check the Calendar

Looking for fun local activities? Keep an eye on the Town of Yarmouth community events calendar for great local events and activities. Check out the calendar on the homepage of our website at Do you have an event to add to the calendar? Send in your submission today:

A few upcoming notable events:

-          SEAFEST! Seafest is still on until Sunday, July 24th. See the calendar of activities at

-          Western Nova Scotia Exhibition August 3rd – 6th

-          SWITCH Open Street event – Sunday, August 28th

Seeking Volunteers for the Lake George Watershed Management Committee

If you are a customer of the Yarmouth Water Utility, please consider volunteering to be a member of the Lake George Watershed Management Committee. We are currently looking for two or three citizens who are passionate about serving their community, and who have an interest in helping guide decisions around our important water source. To apply, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name, phone number, address, and a brief explanation of why you'd like to join this Committee.

Recreational Burning Permits
Recreational burning with backyard firepits is allowed in the Town of Yarmouth with specific restrictions. You must obtain a permit from the Yarmouth Fire Department. To learn more and apply for a permit, visit: Paper copies of the permit application are also available at town hall, 400 Main Street.

Employment Opportunities
The Town of Yarmouth is seeking to fill the following positions:

Water Treatment Plant Operator

This role involves water treatment facility operational duties, as well as duties related to the monitoring of the water quality, in the facility, in the distribution system, and in the watershed, as assigned by the Chief Operator.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
This position involves sorting compostable organic material. Duties will also include some general housekeeping and facility maintenance.

Public Works Transportation Supervisor
This position will be directly responsible for supervising the day-to-day activities of a unionized work force. This includes responsibilities for the overall operations and maintenance of the Town of Yarmouth transportation infrastructure - streets, sidewalks, curbs, street lights, traffic lights, signage, etc.

For full details on these positions and to apply, visit:


Town of Yarmouth

 This is an exciting time for the Town of Yarmouth. By working together, we can meet today’s challenges and build a better future.”

Pam Mood


Town of Yarmouth
400 Main Street
Yarmouth, B5A 1G2

  (902) 742-2521
  (902) 742-6244

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