The Parks and Recreation department is seeking Candidates who wish to participate in the 2019 Apple Blossom Festival as Kentville’s representative. More»
Looking to pay a bill over the holidays? Here is when Kentville’s Town Hall will be open: More»
A Message from Mayor Sandra Snow
“You have believed, and growth has happened.” More»
Eleven local Municipalities were recognized by the Association of Municipal Administrators, Nova Scotia (AMANS) Workplace Wellness program for their commitment to providing a healthy workplace for their employees. More»
The Town of Kentville would like to invite super citizens interested in serving on a committee or board to review the list below and contact the Town for more information. More»
Give the treat of fun this Halloween!
New this year from the Parks and Recreation Department you can give trick-or-treaters the gift of fun, with new skating coupons.
Canada’s top mountain bikers competed in Kentville this past weekend for the Canada Cup race and some are competing to qualify for the Olympics and world championships.
On June 8, 2018, after serving in the Royal Canadian Air Force for over 20 years, Mayor Sandra Snow was appointed an Air Force Honorary Colonel. More»
New this year, we are offering online registration for summer day camps and swimming lessons! When registering you can choose to pay online or come into the Parks & Recreation Depatment to pay or to talk to us about payment options.
Check out the new online registration system HERE
If you have any questions, please give Brittany a call at (902) 679-2556 or email her at email@example.com
This Spring, Municipal Units in Kings County, Nova Scotia have entered into an Inter-Municipal Services Agreement to pursue Regional Emergency Management effective April 1, 2018. More»