Town of Yarmouth Contracts Fire Dispatch Services to Digby

Town of Yarmouth Contracts Fire Dispatch Services to Digby

Effective January 30th, emergency dispatch services for the Town of Yarmouth will be provided by the Municipality of the District of Digby Emergency Dispatch Centre

Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - Yarmouth, N.S. -  At Wednesday morning's Committee of the Whole meeting, the Town of Yarmouth approved a proposal to contract emergency dispatch services to the Municipality of the District of Digby Emergency Dispatch Centre. Council voted unanimously to outsource the service to Digby, with the change of service effective January 30th.

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Town of Yarmouth Transit System Launching Monday Feb.1, 2016

The Town of Yarmouth is pleased to announce the launch of our public Transit System with service commencing Monday, February 1, 2016. See full press release below.

pdf Press Release Transit System (29 KB)

Town of Yarmouth Choosing to Act Now on Ivany Report

The Town of Yarmouth is acting now, not never, on the One Nova Scotia report. Created by the Nova Scotia Commission on Building Our New Economy, the report was released in February 2014 and lays out a plan to move the province forward. See full press release below.

pdf Press Release Ivany Report (61 KB)

Financial Condition Indicators

The Town of Yarmouth believes it is in a good financial position following the release of Municipal Financial Condition Indicators (FCl) by the Province on Thursday. Key reasons for the town's fiscal health are how it budgets for infrastructure cost, partnerships with neighboring municipalities and a push to reduce uncollected taxes. See below for full press release.

pdf Press Release Financial Condition Indicators (50 KB)

No Tax Hike for Third Year in Town Budget

The new skateboard park, new sidewalks, improved snow removal, upgrades to infrastructure and a facelift for downtown will all be accomplished without raising taxes thanks to the new budget approved by Yarmouth Town Council. See full press release below.

pdf Press Release No Tax Hike (38 KB)

Mayor Mooney Welcomes Investment in Yarmouth Jobs

Yarmouth Mayor Phil Mooney said the funding announcement today from Premier Darrell Dexter will help write another chapter in what has become a true Yarmouth success story. See full press release below.

pdf Press Release Jobs (30 KB)

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

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