• 2021 Fall Clean-up

      OCTOBER 1, 2021

      October 18: ST-ARTHUR area

      October 19: VAL D'AMOURS area

      ARTICLES THAT WILL BE PICKED UP:

      BRANCHES (tied-up in bundles no more than five (5) feet long)

      LEAVES (must be placed in clear plastic bags)

      GARDEN REFUSE

      FURNITURE (mattress, couch, television, etc.)

      APPLIANCES (other than the ones containing freon, such as washing machine, stove, microwave oven, etc.)

      OTHER (bicycle, stroller, large toys)

      ARTICLES NOT TO BE PICKED UP:

      Liquids of any type

      Construction material

      Appliances containing freon

      Trees

      Articles that cannot be handled by two people

      All garbages for regular collection

      Propane tanks, paint cans, batteries, and tires

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      Public notice - Water consumption

      We are currently going through a dry period, the little amount a rain fallen in the last few weeks is not enough and our wells are affected. It is for this reason that all residents of Atholville area are requested to limit water consumption to personal use only and must abstain from using water for

      - watering lawns;

      - washing vehicle or driveways;

      - fill pool;

      - or any other non-personal use

      Manual watering of gardens and flowers only are permitted.

      These preventive measures aim to guarantee the supply of drinking water and fire protection during this dry period.

      Effective

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      Finalist for the Jean-Jacques Roy Award: Excellence in Municipal Innovation

      The ''We will be OK'' campaign of the Village of Atholville has been nominated for the Jean-Jacques-Roy Award: Excellence in Municipal Innovation, at the 2020 Annual Conference of the Association francophone des municipalités du N.-B. The winning municipality will be announced on October 17th.

      Here is a video not to be missed!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmHNSrEjCbk

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      2 Public Notices - Rural Plan Amendment & Water consumption

      The Village of Atholville Municipal Council intends to adopt By-law No. Z-20-2, “A By-law to amend By-law No. Z-20, Village of Atholville Rural Plan”.

      The proposed amendment to the Rural Plan will rezone a vacant property located on the McKendrick Road Route 275, having the PID 50185222, from a Rural Residential, R3 Zone, and a Rural Development, RD Zone, to the Institutional, INST1 Zone, subject to conditions to permit the following specific proposal: to permit radio broadcasting antennas fastened to a 120 foot high tubular pole and accessory buildings and structures, including a 12 foot x 12 foot transmitter building

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      PUBLIC NOTICE - RURAL PLAN AMENDMENT

      The Village of Atholville Municipal Council intends to adopt By-law No. Z-20-1, “A By-law to amend By-law No. Z-20, Village of Atholville Rural Plan”.

      The proposed amendment to the Rural Plan will rezone the property located at 262 Notre-Dame Street, Atholville, having PID 50045277, from an Institutional (INST1) Zone to a Local Commercial (C2) Zone, subject to conditions to permit the specific proposal: “a warehouse for storage of personal belongings and vehicles”.

      The proposed By-law No. Z-20-1 may be examined at Town Hall during office hours or on the municipal website. Council will hold a public hearing during the

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      Press Release

      Council members of the Municipality of Atholville has decided to close its municipal offices to the public until further notice. This decision is being made in conjunction with the recommendations from the Chief Medical Officer of Health of New Brunswick regarding the closure of non-essential public facilities. Administrative employees will work from home, whenever possible.

      The Village of Atholville wishes to inform the population that essential services will be maintained: water testing, road maintenance and snow removal, garbage collection and recycling. Obviously, fire services will also be maintained.  

      Citizens who wish to pay their water and sewage invoice can do

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