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.
Kentville families will benefit from safer places for their children to play and improved places to socialize and exercise as a result of a $100,500 contribution from the Government of Canada. More»
Kentville has partnered with NS Health to collect and analyze data on housing needs. This project will collect and analyse data on the housing needs of citizens and enhance our understanding of the supports required to help people stay successfully housed in our community.
The Kentville Water Commission wishes to advise its customers that receive service from the water main on James Street (Smith Avenue and Sherry Avenue tie into this water main as well) that replacement of this water main will soon commence. More»
The Kentville Volunteer Fire Department is actively recruiting volunteers to join the team! Do you live in the Kentville Fire District and have a desire to serve your community? Interested parties 18 years or older with a clean criminal record are encouraged to apply! Join the KVFD for a hands-on information session later this month! More»
Solar Scotia Energy is the first successful solar CEDIF in Nova Scotia. It has recently met its minimum funding needed to begin and to date has raised nearly 1 million dollars.
Recent correspondence and items of public input have prompted discussion by Town Council, Staff, and the business community regarding the environment in the downtown commercial district More»