Are you interested in learning about the Town’s Planning Document review but don’t have time to read two 80+ page documents? We’ve got you covered! Check out this “short-and-sweet” presentation for highlights of the proposed changes. More»
The Town of Kentville is seeking proposals from businesses, groups, organizations or individuals, for the redevelopment of 374/376 Main Street. More»
The Kentville Water Commission wishes to advise its customers that starting May 8th and for several weeks, crews will be opening hydrants and flushing water mains. Kentville Water customers may experience some pressure fluctuations and some discoloration of water during this process. More»
The Town of Kentville Town Council and Staff wish to congratulate Katherine Waterbury on being selected to represent the Town of Kentville at the 86th annual Apple Blossom Festival this year. She will be joined by her child attendant, Isla Churchill, and we wish them all the best!
Sarah Leslie was selected to represent the Town of Kentville at the Provincial Volunteer Awards which were held on April 9th, 2018 in Halifax.
In 2016 the Town of Kentville, in partnership with Bicycle Nova Scotia, had a vision to complete our Active Transit network connecting the East and West sections of the Kentville Trail system. More»
Small businesses can apply for a cost-shared grant from the NS Department of Communities Culture and Heritage to make accessibility-related improvements. Improvements can be intended to make accessibility improvements for clients and customers, for employees, or both.
KENTVILLE, NS – Ellen Laurence may adore hockey now, but she used to hate skating.
After starting to skate at the age of four, Laurence nearly quit the sport until she discovered the world of hockey. More»
The Town of Kentville provides emergency management services at the local level for Kentville residents, and participates in the regional coordination of emergency response with the other municipal units in Kings County. During emergency events such as extended power outages, extreme weather events or other emergencies, residents are encouraged to be prepared for the first 72 hours. For a preparedness guide visit our EMO page here.