Please note that the lower section of Church Avenue will be closed starting on Thursday February 8th, for approximately 1 week to accommodate the removal of the Robinson Building. More»
Did you know that local organizations can apply for funding from the Town of Kentville? The deadline is fast approaching! More»
A public meeting held November 27, 2017, Town Council gave First Reading to amend Chapter 57 Trail Use Bylaw.
The amendments to the Bylaw are needed to increase opportunities for active transportation on the trail, especially near the new Skate Park. More»
We are looking forward to seeing old friends and new ones at the October 30th council meeting! Plan to attend and enjoy some snacks, as well as see some great videos of what YOU have been up to this past year, and what Town Hall has done as well. More»
The Town of Kentville is looking for Requests for Proposals for individuals or groups interested in the redevelopment of the former KCA (Kings County Academy) land at 25 School Street, Kentville. More»
With so much to celebrate, we’re looking forward to what the residents of Kentville will come up with for this year’s Pumpkin People display contest. More»
Did you know that the Town of Kentville, as part of a larger downtown revitalization project, and in partnership with Bicycle Nova Scotia (BNS) conducted a study on the creation of a downtown bike lane which would allow for a connection between our two major trail heads? More»
The Town of Kentville is looking for residents to help out with the Audit and Housing Committees. More»
Together with playground experts ABC Recreation the Town of Kentville is building a new splash pad on site with Memorial Pool. More»
The Town of Kentville would like to recognize Harlon Wood for all the work he has put into organizing the Devil’s Half Acre motorcycle event happening in June! His leadership and passion for bikes and for Kentville is so important to starting something fresh and successful! To learn more about Harlon’s work on this event, please visit a recent article in the Kings Register or visit his Facebook Event Page.
Thank you Harlon! More»