The Town of Kentville and the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival are excited to announce the location of the Grand Street Parade has been finalized for 2017. In a joint press release from the Town of Kentville and the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival it was announced late in the afternoon on Tuesday March 7th that the Grand Street parade will be hosted in the Town of Kentville. More»
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Town of Kentville on Thursday March 16, 2017 at 6:00 PM in the Council Chambers, 354 Main Street, Kentville Nova Scotia, will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on Councils intention to approve a Map Amendment More»
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 17, 2017
RE: Kentville 85th Apple Blossom Festival Events
KENTVILLE, NOVA SCOTIA – The Town of Kentville wishes to provide the following update regarding the 85th Apple Blossom Festival and the location of this year’s Signature Festival events. More»
The Town of Kentville received an early Christmas present this month in the form of a donation of a well-known downtown landmark building. The estate of the late Doug Macdonald donated the building at 34 Cornwallis, also known locally as the “Calkin Building” to the Town of Kentville with the idea that the Town could best facilitate its future use. More»
17 year old Pettet from Kentville will play for Canada at next month’s world under-18 hockey championship. More»
Town Council is considering amendments to Chapter 96 Special Events Bylaw. The proposed amendments would allow those properties permitted to host Special Events subject to the Special Events Bylaw and Land Use Bylaw to host 30 events annually More»
The Town of Kentville wishes to remind residents that on December 1st, winter parking regulations come into effect, and remain in effect until April 1st 2017. You can view all the regulations including the “obstruction during snow removal” policy in the notices section of the Kentville website.
Your opportunity to influence the service in your community! The following advisory committees and commissions are seeking citizen appointees to fill current vacancies.
Today marks the release of CFIB’s 9th annual report: Entrepreneurial Communities: Canada’s top places to start and grow businesses in 2016 – which ranks the most entrepreneurial cities. Mayor David Corkum is very pleased to announce that Kentville has placed 7th overall! More»
As I prepare to finish out my term as your Mayor, I find myself reflecting on the past eleven years with both fondness for our community and its people, and pride for the things we have been able to achieve together. More»