The Town of Yarmouth funds and supports many of the landmark organizations that keep our region safe, clean, well-travelled, and fun.
The Emergency Management Office is charged with ensuring the safety and security of the residents of Yarmouth Town and Municipality, their property, and the environment, by providing for a prompt and coordinated response to an emergency.
Yarmouth's ferry terminal is a vital link between our town (often called "the gateway to Nova Scotia") and the United States.
Named after Yarmouth's local hockey team, the Mariners Centre is an incredibly versatile multipurpose facility with two ice rinks. From business meetings and cocktails to dances, hockey games, and professional expos, the Mariners Centre is able to host gatherings of virtually any size.
Waste Check was created to provide waste-reduction awareness, education, and program support in our region – cutting down on waste for a healthy environment.
Water service is essential to any growing community, which is why the Yarmouth Water Company was incorporated in 1879 to provide Yarmouth with water.
Yarmouth lies at the center of one of Nova Scotia’s most culturally significant regions – a place where English and Acadian cultures have coexisted for hundreds of years. The Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Tourism Association (YASTA) was created to showcase the best, brightest, and most wonderfully authentic experiences that the region has to offer.
With private and emergency flight services available, the Yarmouth Airport includes a modern terminal building and combined services building, which houses a maintenance garage and vehicles used for clearing runways.