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  • Summer Softball Registration
  • Road Detour - Creston Boulevard / Greenwood Street Area Project
    Mallay's Industrial Services Ltd. advises residents that a section of Creston Boulevard (between the two blue dots) has ... (more)
  • Water Shut-off, Creston Boulevard/Greenwood Street Project - Tuesday, May 23rd
    Mallay's Industrial Services Ltd. would like to advise that there will be a water shut-off occurring sometime between 11:00 ... (more)

  • Integrated Community Sustainability / Municipal PlanMonday, June 5, 2017St. Gabriel's Hall @ 7:00 p.m.The Town of Marystown ... (more)
  • Student Employment Opportunity
    As most residents know, the water in your area was restored around 3:00 a.m. this morning, which was later than ... (more)

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Summer Softball Registration

Posted on May 24th, 2017

Road Detour - Creston Boulevard / Greenwood Street Area Project

Mallay's Industrial Services Ltd. advises residents that a section of Creston Boulevard (between the two blue dots) has been closed in order to complete water and sewer upgrades.

As per the route in green, residents travelling from Burin to Marystown via Creston Boulevard will need to exit onto Greenwood Street West while residents travelling from Marystown to Burin via Creston Boulevard will exit onto Greenwood Street East.

This detour will be in place for the remainder of this week and early next week.

Mallay's Industrial Services Ltd. apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks everyone for their patience during this project.

Posted on May 23rd, 2017

Water Shut-off, Creston Boulevard/Greenwood Street Project - Tuesday, May 23rd

Mallay's Industrial Services Ltd. would like to advise that there will be a water shut-off occurring sometime between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. today that will affect Dinah's Road and the intersection with Creston Boulevard up to the last house on the left of Creston Boulevard where it intersects with the Creston Causeway. This water shut-off will last approximately 4 hours.

Mallay's Industrial Services Ltd. apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks everyone for their patience.



Posted on May 23rd, 2017

Integrated Community Sustainability / Municipal Plan
Monday, June 5, 2017
St. Gabriel's Hall @ 7:00 p.m.

The Town of Marystown invites all residents to participate in the planning process for a new Integrated Community Sustainability / Municipal Plan. If you have any concerns, any ideas or any input that you want to provide on shaping future growth and development in our community, please join us and have your say!

You can click on the link below to complete a short survey that will provide useful information in this process. You can also click on the link to the draft Key Findings Report that may provide you with some useful information.

We look forward to seeing you!

Integrated Community Sustainability / Municipal Plan Survey

Draft Key Findings Report

Posted on May 18th, 2017

Student Employment Opportunity

Posted on May 18th, 2017


As most residents know, the water in your area was restored around 3:00 a.m. this morning, which was later than anticipated.

We would like to thank the crew of Mallay's Industrial Services Ltd. who worked for 21 hours yesterday to ensure all necessary repairs were done in one day so that the water did not have to be shut off for a second day. The workers replaced three valves and upgraded the water and sewer lines in the area to mitigate future issues, especially during winter months. They also replaced a large sewer manhole that was 6 meters deep, which was connected to four roads and necessitated the water being shut off so early in order to work with the tide.

We realize the long water shut-off was an inconvenience but we are now happy to report to all residents who were affected that a large portion of the water and sewer system was upgraded and work is pending on the remainder.

As work continues, it's possible that the water may need to be shut off in certain sections for short periods of time. Should that happen, you will be advised. It's likely that you will notice discolouration in your water. If you have an outside tap, please run it until the water clears. If not, you should run the cold water tap inside your house.

Posted on May 18th, 2017



Residents are advised that Mallay's Industrial Services Ltd. is monitoring the forecast to determine whether the road closure / water shut-off scheduled for tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. for the Creston Boulevard / Greenwood Street Area will go ahead as planned.

Residents should be prepared for the closure / shut-off to proceed as scheduled. Should there be any changes, we will advise residents asap.


Posted on May 16th, 2017

Upcoming Road Closure Due To Construction - Route 210

Residents are advised that the Grand Bank Highway from the Columbia Drive Overpass to the intersection with Route 220 (Creston Causeway) will be closed starting at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 23rd until Tuesday, May 30th to replace a culvert (area between blue dots). Traffic will be detoured through Ville Marie Drive though local traffic will be accommodated as needed.

Please obey posted speed limits along the detour and be aware of pedestrians!


Posted on May 16th, 2017

May 17th-18th Road Closure / May 17th Water Shut-off for Creston Boulevard - Greenwood Street Area, Water and Sewer Upgrading

Mallay’s Industrial Services would like to advise the motoring public that on Wednesday, May 17th, from 7:00 a.m. until Thursday, May 18th, 8:00 p.m. there will be no through traffic on Creston Boulevard at the intersection of Dinah’s Road and Greenwood Street.

In addition, on May 17th, there will also be a water shut-off at 7:00 a.m. (in order to work with the outgoing tide) on Creston Boulevard on the streets past Markland Road including - Crocker’s Road, Crocker’s Point Road, Dowden Place, Legge’s Road, Dinah’s Road, Canning Road, Greenwood Street East, Greenwood Extension, Greenwood Street West up to Jack Walsh’s residence and the Braxton Suites area to the intersection of Route 220. Roads beyond those mentioned should not be affected.

Please note this does not affect the residents located on Markland Road.

This shut-off is necessary to complete water & sewer system improvements and will be shut off for an indefinite period of time. If the water needs to be shut off again on May 18th or there needs to be changes to this scheduled shut-off in the event of inclement weather, the public will be notified.

Residents are advised to fill pots or have bottled water on hand for drinking and cooking and additional water (fill bathtub) for flushing toilets.

Mallay’s Industrial Services apologizes for any inconvenience and would like to thank the public for their co-operation.

Posted on May 15th, 2017

Elevator Issue

Residents are advised that the elevator at the Municipal Centre is currently inoperable.

A Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 16th. If the elevator is still inoperable by that day, we will host our meeting at another location that is accessible to all residents.

An update on this item will be pending.


Posted on May 11th, 2017

Supplies for Community Clean-ups

The Town of Marystown would like to applaud our residents who have volunteered to help clean up our community! A litter-free community is not just a pretty sight...it's a sign of a community that cares.

We would like to assist those who are organizing community clean-ups by providing garbage bags, disposable gloves and bottled water. If you need any of these supplies, please contact Rob Warr at 279-1661 ext. 231.

To our volunteers...thank you for your help in keeping our community clean and beautiful - your efforts do not go unnoticed. If you would like to pass along any pictures of your organized clean-ups, we would be happy to post them on our page.

Let's all work together so we can enjoy a clean community!


Posted on May 11th, 2017

Clean-Up Weeks

Posted on May 2nd, 2017

Burin Peninsula Relay for Life 2017

Cancer Changes Everything...So Can YOU!!!

Whether you're cheering on a survivor, remembering a loved one, walking the track or participating in activities...the Relay for Life is more than just a walk for cancer - it's a journey.

Last year, we raised $38,000.00 with 11 teams and the Relay was the second highest revenue-generating Relay in the Eastern Region. We invite all residents of the Burin Peninsula to participate in this year's Burin Peninsula Relay for Life. Help us make this year's Relay even better than last year - you'll feel good knowing you've made a huge impact on the fight against cancer and we guarantee you'll have fun!

Join us at the Burin Peninsula Relay for Life meeting taking place on Sunday, April 30th, at 2:00 p.m. at the Summer Games Building in Marystown. It's a great time to drop by get some information on the Relay and pick up a team registration kit.

Hope to see you there!


Posted on April 27th, 2017

Public Meeting - Centre for Local Prosperity

Posted on April 19th, 2017

Thank you to our Firefighters!

The Town of Marystown would like to say a HUGE thank you to our volunteer firefighters at the Marystown Volunteer Fire Department for everything they do to keep our residents and our town protected.

In 2016, our thirty volunteers recorded a total of 8,954 volunteer hours - that's an average of 6 hours per firefighter per week for 52 weeks! Those hours were spent attending drill meetings, training, being on call (weekend duty), responding to call-outs and participating in community programs/events such as the breakfast program.

We are extremely proud and thankful to have such an exceptional team of firefighters who are so giving of their time. They respond to calls at all hours of the day or night, they give up their weekends and holidays and they sometimes miss out on family events.

We invite all residents to join us as we say a heartfelt "Thank You" to our firefighters and of course, their families!


Posted on March 9th, 2017

Orkin Canada

Residents are advised that the Town has engaged the services of Orkin Canada to implement a rodent management program. Residents are encouraged to read their brochure and implement the recommended preventative maintenance steps to help reduce the rodent population.

Orkin Brochure


Posted on March 6th, 2017

Ten Equal Interest-Free Payments Plan

Residents are advised that the Town has extended the deadline to sign up for its Ten Equal Interest-Free Payments Plan to March 17, 2017. Taxpayers are required to have a $0.00 balance at the time of registration.

Because we have already processed the first of the ten payments, anyone registering for the plan now will be required to make March's payment at the time of registration. The remaining nine payments will be deducted from you bank account on the first business day of each month.

In order to process automatic payments, we require a direct payment form from your bank at the time of registration.


Posted on March 6th, 2017

Email Communications

Residents and businesses are advised that the Town is compiling a mailing list that will provide everyone with information via email on issues such as water shut-offs, road work, road detours/closures, office closures, etc.

If you wish to be added to this mailing list, you will need to provide us with your email address.

Residents and businesses are advised that the collection of email addresses will be for the purpose of providing information as noted and will not be used to contact you individually outside of that purpose and will not be shared with any third parties.

You can download a consent form here.

Please send completed forms to the Town Office.


Posted on November 4th, 2016

Outdoor Fire Regulations 2012

The Town of Marystown would like to advise residents that in addition to the Government's Fire Prevention Act and Forest Fire Regulations under the Forestry Act, the Town has Regulations in place regarding open outdoor fires, incinerators and outdoor fireplaces.

Please take the time to click the link below and review these Regulations to ensure you are in compliance with regards to any type of outdoor fire.

Outdoor Fire Regulations 2012 

Posted on June 1st, 2016

Hazardous Materials in Garbage Collection

Residents are reminded that hazardous materials, such as waste oil/motor oil and other such materials that cause many environmental issues, are not permitted in the regular residential garbage collection and must be disposed of by other means. Disposing of such items in your regular garbage poses a safety issue for the sanitation workers (could spray when compacted) and could cause major interruptions/delays to the collection service in your area.

Please check with some of the local service stations to determine which ones will recycle your used oil.

Thank you for your co-operation and protection of our environment.

Posted on May 3rd, 2016

Burning Prohibition of Demolition Materials

Residents are advised that the burning of demolition materials/ waste from derelict structures such as old or abandoned houses, barns, sheds, etc. is strictly prohibited as per Section 12 of the Province's Air Pollution Control Regulations, 2004.

As per Section 16 of the Environmental Protection Act, all debris resulting from the demolition of derelict structures shall be directed to an approved waste disposal site. On-site burial of the debris is also strictly prohibited.

A complete copy of the Air Pollution Control Regulations, 2004 can be obtained here.




Posted on April 4th, 2016

Waste Collection

The Burin Peninsula Regional Service Board would like to remind residents of the following regulations:

1. Under our regulations waste is to be collected between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. There are no set times for curbside waste collection in any particular area and specific collection times may vary from week to week. In order to ensure that waste is collected as scheduled, it should be placed at the curbside by 8:00 a.m. on the set day for collection.

2. All waste must be covered with a net or contained within a bin approved for the collection regulations. Waste is to be contained in approved bags specifically designed for the collection of household waste. At no time is loose waste permitted to be placed in these approved bins.


Posted on March 22nd, 2016

Goodland O'Flaherty Report

Goodland O'Flaherty Report - Conflict of Interest


Posted on February 4th, 2016

Non-Permitted Businesses

All businesses operating within the Town of Marystown’s planning area (including Beau Bois, Spanish Room, Jean de Baie and Rock Harbour) are required to have a permit to operate.  Please refer to the Town’s website at www.townofmarystown.ca for a copy of the Town’s Development Regulations and Municipal Plan as well as the Town’s Tax Structure as it relates to permit fees.

By making application to the Town to operate a business, it ensures that the business is in compliance with zoning bylaws for a specific location and ensures that other regulations (public health and safety, etc.) are addressed.  It also ensures a fair environment for all members of the business community.

Failure to obtain the proper permits will result in the issuance of a Stop Work Order.  Anyone wishing to advise the Town of a business that is operating without a proper permit may do so anonymously by calling Alje Mitchell, Director of Planning & Development Control at 279-1661 ext. 258 or emailing amitchell@townofmarystown.ca.  


Posted on November 7th, 2014

No Smoking Policy

Please be advised that the Town of Marystown has a No Smoking Policy in effect at all of its municipal buildings. This includes not only the buildings, but the grounds as well, especially the recreational facilities (swimming pool, arena, track & field complex, Kinsmen Field, Centennial Field and playgrounds). The Town's recreational facilities lend a popular outdoor setting for exercise and recreational activities and often attract large numbers of people, particularly families with children.

Please support our vision of providing a healthy environment and refrain from smoking at the Town's facilities, and on the grounds, at all times.


Posted on July 16th, 2014

Delegations at Council Meetings

Residents are advised that anyone wishing to speak at a Council meeting are to make a request in writing. Council meetings are normally held the first and third Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise scheduled.  Council receives all information pertaining to each meeting the Friday before the first and third Tuesday.  As such, any request to speak at a Council meeting needs to be received early Friday morning prior to a meeting.

Each delegate is given approximately five minutes to speak, after which Council may ask questions as deemed necessary.  If a Council decision is necessary, it will be made in time for the following Council meeting or shortly thereafter in order to give Council time to review the information that has been presented.

To be added to a Council agenda, please email Petrina Power, Executive Clerk, at ppower@townofmarystown.ca.


Posted on October 9th, 2013

Recreation Complex Legacy Wall

In recognition of sport and recreation and everyone who has been involved with sport and recreation over the years, the Town is putting together a list of names for a Sports Legacy Wall for the new Recreation Complex.  Simply nominate an individual and include a small paragraph outlining his or her involvement with sport and recreation for review by the Recreation Committee.  Nominees can be athletes, executive members, builders, coaches, trainers, fundraisers, officials, supporters, sponsors, etc.  All nominees will be reviewed in a non-competative way.

The Recreation Committee has been working on a list of names to be included on the wall.  The link to the list is included below.  If you know of someone who should be on that list, please review the list for his or her name and if that person is not on the list, please advise Mr. Dominic Lundrigan, Director of Recreation & Community Services, at rec-dept@townofmarystown.ca and the nomination will be reviewed by the Recreation Committee for inclusion.

Legacy Wall List 

Posted on June 18th, 2013

Marine Industrial Park

The Town of Marystown has developed a new Marine Industrial Park in the Power’s Cove area, boasting 15 large fully-serviced lots (lots can be subdivided to meet individual needs) with plans for a laydown area and 1,000 foot wharf.  Because of its ideal location – a well-sheltered, ice-free, deepwater harbour - this Marine Industrial Park is well-suited to take advantage of the opportunities in the supply and service sector, specifically oil/gas, fabrication and manufacturing.

A Marketing Plan is now being developed to hilight the attributes and benefits of the park.  This information will be posted via a web link once it is available.

For more information on the Marine Industrial Park or to view a lot, please contact the CAO at 709-279-1661, ext. 227 or email info@townofmarystown.ca.

Click Here For Lot Layout

Posted on September 13th, 2012