What's New

  • Breast Cancer Focus Group
  • Support for Quebec City
    The Town of Marystown wishes to extend our deepest condolences to the victims, family members and all those who have been ... (more)
  • Municipal Taxes
    The Town of Marystown is offering a 10-Month Equal Payment Plan for 2017 (interest free). The plan is being offered to ... (more)
  • Request for Proposals – Cleaning/Janitorial Services
    The Town of Marystown is seeking proposals for Cleaning/Janitorial Services.  The successful bidder will be required to ... (more)
  • Bulk Garbage Collection
    The Burin Peninsula Regional Service Board would like to remind Towns and Residents that there will NO BULK ... (more)
  • Waste Collection During Snow Clearing Season
    The Town of Marystown reminds its residents of Waste Collection Regulations regarding the placement of waste.All waste to be ... (more)
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Historical Facts

- 1st Town Office - 1954         
- 1st Town Budget - 1951 - $8,000.00
- 1st Mayor - Dr. Chester Harris - 1951
- 1st Fire Chief - Alex Stapleton - 1967
- 1st Town Manager - Arthur Colbourne - 1966
- 1st Fire Truck - 1967
- 1st Marystown Sports Commission - 1968
- 1st Recreation Director - Terry Mallay
- Electricity Arrives - 1958
- Canning Bridge Opened - 1959
- Holy Name of Mary Regional School Opened in 1959
- CHCM Radio Opened - 1962
- Marystown Shipyard Opened - 1966
- Fish Plant Opened - 1966
- Centennial Field Opened - 1968
- Marystown Mall Opened - 1969
- Swimming Pool Opened - 1970
- Memorial Library Opened - 1972
- Marystown Central High School Opened - 1972
- Little League Ball Park Opened - 1978
- Marystown Arena Opened - 1975
- Kinsmen Softball Fiend Opened - 1978
- Track and Field Opened - 1980
- War Memorial Constructed - 1980
- Elementary School Opened - 1982
- Our Lady of Mary Monument Constructed - 1976
- Town Garage Opened - 1984
- Municipal Waste Disposal Site Opened - 1988
- RCMP Detachment Opened - 1986
- Creston Causeway Opened - 1988
- Little Bay Bridge Opened - 1988

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