This news release details the cancellation of summer events with a statement from the Acting Mayor.
Today’s release details the current situation within the Town, information about annual events, and a word from Acting Mayor Avery.
The Province of New Brunswick remains at a State of Emergency. This news release details the current situation within the Town of St. George, including recommendations for shopping, recreation closures, and a reminder to maintain social distance of two (2) meters. Click here to read the full News Release.
The Town of St. George is focused on maintaining operations and services for its residents. This news release describes how the Town is seeking to follow the recommendations and directives from the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health (Public Health). Click here to read the full release document.
Please take note of the reduction of speed in the downtown area on Main Street and Brunswick Street, dropping from 50 km per hour to 35 km per hour.
The Town of St. George has signed land agreement involving 9 sites around the town. – Read More.
The Province of New Brunswick has canceled the bridge replacement project for the Lower Bridge (South Street) which was scheduled to start this month. – Read More
After some delay, an “Open” sign now hangs at the Outdoor Ice Rink – Read More
Information regarding apartment fire – Read More (27 Feb 2019)
Information regarding Past Due Water and Sewage Accounts – Read More (12 Feb 2019)