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Recent Kentville News
The Parks and Recreation Department recently took a dive into the census report!
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. Read More »
Did you know that local organizations can apply for funding from the Town of Kentville? The deadline is fast approaching! Read 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.
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. Read More »
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. Read 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. Read More »