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  • Snow Clearing Regulations
    The Town has updated and adopted its Snow Clearing Regulations effective December 2, 2014.  the Town's Snow Clearing ... (more)
  • Burin Peninsula Waste Management Corporation
    Please click on the link below for changes to waste colleciton during Christmas and New Year's.Changes to Waste Collection ... (more)
  • Non-Permitted Businesses
    All businesses operating within the Town of Marystown’s planning area (including Beau Bois, Spanish Room, Jean de Baie ... (more)
  • 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 ... (more)
  • New Recreation Complex
    The new Recreation Complex is well underway.  Below is a rendering of what the new building will look like. 
  • Waste Collection Services
    The Burin Peninsula Regional Service Board was established to assist in the implementation of the Provincial Waste ... (more)
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Snow Clearing Regulations


The Town has updated and adopted its Snow Clearing Regulations effective December 2, 2014.  the Town's Snow Clearing Period runs from December 1st to April 30th of the following year.

The Town will be enforcing restrictions regarding side street parking.  Any vehicle that is parked on the side of a municipal street that is interfering with snow clearing operations during the snow clearing period will be towed at the owner's expense.

Snow Clearing Regulations

Posted on December 11th, 2014

Burin Peninsula Waste Management Corporation


Please click on the link below for changes to waste colleciton during Christmas and New Year's.

Changes to Waste Collection Services during the 2014-2015 Holiday Season

 

Posted on December 10th, 2014

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

New Recreation Complex


The new Recreation Complex is well underway.  Below is a rendering of what the new building will look like.



 

Posted on June 17th, 2014

Waste Collection Services


The Burin Peninsula Regional Service Board was established to assist in the implementation of the Provincial Waste Management Strategy on the Burin Peninsula.  The Board will be expanding its service area to inslude the municipalities of Marystown and Red Harbour and the Local Service Districts of Beau Bois, Jean de Baie, Rock Harbour and Spanish Room.  

This expansion is scheduled to take effect on July 2, 2014.

Public Notice
Waste Collection Schedule
Waste Collection Regulations

 

Posted on June 3rd, 2014

Budget and Tax Structure


The Town Council of Marystown adopted a new Budget and Tax Structure on January 21, 2014.   

2014 Budget

2014 Tax Structure

 

Posted on January 22nd, 2014

New Facebook Page



The Town of Marystown would like to advise that it now has a new facebook page. Please click on the following link to like our page and receive important updates and information.

Town of Marystown

 

Posted on January 6th, 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

Come Home Year 2015



The dates have been set for the Marystown Come Home Year!  The event will take place from July 31 to August 10, 2015.  All volunteers are welcomed to assist in organizing the various events so if you are interested, keep watch for our next meeting, which will take place some time in September.

See you in 2015!!!

 

Posted on August 7th, 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


Tender for Sale of Lots - Marine Industrial Park

The Town of Marystown invites tenders for the sale of twenty (20) individual industrial lots in the Mortier Bay Marine Industrial Park, off McGettigan Boulevard/Power’s Cove area, Marystown, NL.

Details regarding lot location and sizes are available at the Town Office by contacting Dennis Kelly, Chief Administrative Officer, at telephone (709) 279-1661, ext. 227, fax (709) 279-2862 or email: info@townofmarystown.ca.

 

Interested bidders are required to submit a detailed Development Plan for the Lot they wish to purchase with their tender.  Sale of lots will be dependent upon approval of the Development Plan for the Lot.

 

Tenders, clearly marked “Tender for Purchase of Lot in Mortier Bay Marine Industrial Park”, will be received no later than 3:00 p.m., July 13, 2012, and should be addressed to:

 

Town of Marystown

P.O. Box 1118

Marystown, NL

A0E 2M0

 

Attention:        Dennis Kelly, CAO

 

The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.

Posted on September 13th, 2012


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