PSA: Water Loss to Eastern Health Facilities in Carbonear

***PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT***

Water Loss to Eastern Health Facilities in Carbonear

Eastern Health advises the public that the Carbonear General Hospital and the Private Joseph Squibb Memorial Pavilion are currently without water due to a water main break in the Town of Carbonear.

Some services have been impacted and patients and clients are being contacted immediately to have their appointments rescheduled.

The Town of Carbonear is currently working on the leak in the water main and has advised that repairs are expected to be completed later today.

Eastern Health thanks the public for their cooperation during this time and apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.

Update on Main Water line break:

Update on Main water line break:

Residents are advised that crews are working in the area of Valley Road on a main water line break.  This break is affecting all areas of town and residents may have little or no water.

Repairs are ongoing and are expected to continue until early evening.

When repairs are complete and water is turned back on, residents may experience discolored water. Staff will open hydrants to clear the water as quickly as possible, but if you still experience discolored water, please run your cold water tap until it clears.

Motorists are also advised to please keep speed down and watch for workers when traveling in the Valley Road area.

 

Re-Opening of Waste Recovery Facilities 

COVID-19 Notices

May 22, 2020

Re-Opening of Waste Recovery Facilities

Waste Recovery Facilities in Bay Bulls, Renews-Cappahayden, Placentia, St. Joseph’s, Cavendish, Old Perlican, Harbour Grace, Sunnyside, Whitbourne, and Clarenville will be reopening using a phased approach.

Beginning June 2, 2020, residents can use the facilities based on the schedule below:

Tuesday, June 2 & 9:  Surnames A – H
Thursday, June 4 & 11:  Surnames I – P
Saturday, June 6 & 13:  Surnames Q – Z

There will be extended hours of operation on your scheduled day:

8:00 – 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. (Gates close 11:15 a.m. and 3:45 p.m.)

We will return to regular hours of operation on June 14, 2020.

Please note:

  • All bagged waste must be in clear (transparent) bags. This is to reduce risk to our employees by minimizing contact with waste materials. Waste in dark (non-transparent) garbage bags will not be permitted on site.
  • Maintain a safe physical distance of 2m (6ft) from staff and other visitors.
  • If you are feeling unwell, stay home.
  • Limit of 2 vehicles allowed on site at a time.
  • Maximum of 2 persons per vehicle allowed on site.
  • Pre-sort materials so it may be offloaded in 10 minutes or less.
  • Anticipate line-ups and delays—please be patient and remain in your vehicle.

Update from Eastern Regional Service Board(ERSB) on Bulk Collection: Cancelled until further notice


Update from Eastern Regional Service Board (ERSB)
May 14, 2020

Bulk Collection Update

Many of the ERSB customers have reached out asking when bulk collection will resume. ERSB continue to monitor the situation and will return to normal operations as soon as it is safe to do so. Following the advice of public health officials, currently it is not safe to provide this service. ERSB understand that service disruptions are challenging for many of their customers and appreciate your patience during this time.

For more updates from ERSB, visit their website:  http://easternregionalserviceboard.com/covid-19

Notice of Sale

NOTICE OF SALE

The Town of Carbonear intends to sell a parcel of land at 41-43 Goff Avenue and a parcel of land at 45-47 Goff Avenue. This land was tendered for sale and the tender has closed. The Town intends to sell to the highest bidder for the purpose of economic development in accordance with Section 201.2 of the Municipalities Act.

This notice is being given in accordance with Section 201.2 (3) and (4) of the Municipalities Act.

For further information, please contact:
Cynthia A. Davis, CAO
Town of Carbonear
P.O. Box 999, Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 709-596-3831

Completion of Work on Phase 1 of the Downtown Revitalization Project update

Please Note:

Work to finish up Phase 1 of the Downtown Revitalization Project is anticipated to commence next Tuesday, May 19, 2020.

This work will include completing installation of the remaining sidewalk pavers, installation of street lights and landscaping.

Information and updates will be posted on our social media accounts and the Downtown Revitalization Project section of the Town website (carbonear.ca)

Link: https://carbonear.ca/downtown-revitalization-construction/

Alert Level 5 starts Monday, May 11, 2020

May 11, 2020 :  Province of Newfoundland and Labrador is at Alert Level 4.

What does this mean?

Life at Alert Level 4:

Your responsibility:
• Follow Public Health Guidance for All Alert Levels.
• Stay at home as much as possible, except to get essentials like groceries and medications.
• You can expand your household bubble to include one other household (effective April 30, 2020).
• If you have COVID-19 symptoms, contact 811.
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Public Spaces and Gatherings:
.• Gatherings are expanded to 10 people as long as physical distancing can be maintained.
• Gatherings at funerals, burials and weddings are restricted to no more than 10 people.
• Visitations and wakes remain prohibited.
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Recreational Activities:
.• Recreational angling and hunting are permitted.
• Golf courses can open with restrictions in place.
• Municipal parks are open. Please Note: playgrounds, softball fields, soccer fields, and recreation facilities remain closed
• Playground equipment in municipal parks is not to be used.
• Campsites remain closed.
• Gym and fitness facilities, yoga studios, tennis and squash facilities, arenas, dance studios and performance spaces remain closed.
• Outdoor activities, including walking, hiking, or riding your bike, are encouraged as long as physical distancing can be maintained and you are not required to self-isolate for any reason.
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Health Care services:
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• Regional health authorities will begin to allow some health care services to resume.
• Private health care clinics remain closed, except for urgent and emergent care, with virtual care options available for non-urgent care.
• All visitor restrictions in health care remain in place.
• Orders for long term care, personal care homes, and assisted living facilities remain in place.
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Businesses and Services:
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• Limited expansion of childcare services.
• Professional services such as accounting firms, law firms, and financial services can offer in-person services. Work from home policies are encouraged, where possible.
• In-person worker and workplace safety training will be permitted (e.g. Standard First Aid, Basic Safety Training, food safety, etc.).
• Gardening centers can open for in-person sales and service.
• Landscaping and lawn care services can operate.
• Animal daycares can resume operations.
• Retail stores that do not offer essential services, bars and lounges, cinemas, and personal service establishments remain closed.
• Restaurants remain closed for in-person dining.

 

Reminder: Deadline to register to attend virtual Regular Council Meeting is 2:00 p.m.

Reminder:

Deadline to register is 2:00 p.m. today.

The Town of Carbonear will hold a virtual Regular Council Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, May 12th, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Council & staff will participate in the meeting remotely. The public will be able to attend virtually as well by registering at the link below:

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Si5e6mzaR9C1KlxM_X9Buw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Town of Carbonear Virtual Regular Council Meeting Tuesday, May 12, 2020 information

Notice:

The Town of Carbonear will hold a virtual Regular Council Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, May 12th, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Council & staff will participate in the meeting remotely. The public will be able to attend virtually as well by registering at the link below:

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/…/register/WN_Si5e6mzaR9C1KlxM_X9Buw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Deadline to register is Tuesday, May 12th, 2020 at 2 p.m.

Regular Council Meeting April 21, 2020 @ 5:30 pm

Emergency Preparedness Week

At this time, we all are focused on the COVID-19 global pandemic and doing what we each can to protect ourselves, and others against COVID-19.

Now, more than ever, we understand that we all have a role to play in emergency preparedness

This week is Emergency Preparedness Week and a great reminder that we must be prepared for other possible disasters, including power outages, storms and flooding.

For more information and resources to help you and your family better prepare, please follow this link:
https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/index-en.aspx

Reminder: Bulk Garbage Collection is cancelled until further notice.

Residents are reminded:

Bulk Collection is cancelled until further notice.

Please do not place bulk items out on the side of the road. Please store at the back of your property until bulk garbage collection goes ahead.

We will continue to share Eastern Waste Management Board updates on all our social media accounts and website.

To view updates from the Eastern Waste Management Board, please folllow this link:

http://easternregionalserviceboard.com/covid-19

Public Notice:

The Town of Carbonear intends to sell of parcel of land on the corner of Columbus Drive & Forest Road.

This notice is being given in accordance with Section 201.2(8) of the Municipaliies Act,1999

Clarification on the Public Advisory: New Restrictions for Open Fires from the Department of Fisheries & Land Resources

We have received some questions on the Public Advisory: New Restrictions for Open Fires that was released yesterday by the Department of Fisheries and Land Resources.

As indicated in the advisory:
“Gas barbeques and CSA approved patio wood burning devices are excluded from the ban, except in municipalities that have issued a ban for these devices.”

The Town of Carbonear has not issued a ban for gas barbeques and CSA approved patio wood burning devices. Nor is an application or permit required for these.

The restriction is for grass burning, brush burning, campfires and personal fireworks. This includes open burning and burning from barrels and other non-CSA approved containers.

If you have any questions or require further clarification, please call 596-3831 or email [email protected]

Notice:

Notice:

The Town of Carbonear will hold a virtual Regular Council Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Council & staff will participate in the meeting remotely. The public will be able to attend virtually as well by registering at the link below:

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3G4ZATcNR-WzHilLVirZTw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Deadline to register is Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 2 p.m.

Town of Carbonear Virtual Council Meeting Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.

The Town of Carbonear will hold a virtual Regular Council Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Council & staff will participate in the meeting remotely. The public will be able to attend virtually as well by registering at the link below:

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3G4ZATcNR-WzHilLVirZTw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Celebrating volunteers this week! (April 19-25)

Volunteer Week (April 19-25) is this week & is an opportunity to appreciate & thank all the volunteers who contribute so much to our Town.

Thank you for all you do to make our Town a better place to live & work each & every day.

#applaudingvolunteersnl

Updates from the Eastern Waste Management Board

The Eastern Waste Management Board has posted updates regarding both bulk garbage collection and the waste recovery facility in Harbour Grace during the COVID-19 pandemic. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eastern Regional Service Board is taking measures to proactively help prevent the spread of the virus. Following advice from public health officials, they are enacting solutions for their contractors to increase social distancing.

Those measures that affect residents of Carbonear are:

Bulk Collection is cancelled until further notice.

The Harbour Grace Waste Recovery facility is closed until further notice.

We understand that with the nicer weather that residents are cleaning up their property and we ask that you do not place bulk items out on the side of the road. Please store at the back of your property until bulk garbage collection goes ahead.

We will continue to share Eastern Waste Management Board updates on all our social media accounts and website.

To view updates from the Eastern Waste Management Board, please folllow this link:

http://easternregionalserviceboard.com/covid-19

Bulk garbage collection cancelled until further notice

Eastern Waste Management Board Notice regarding Bulk Garbage Collection:

Bulk Collection cancelled until further notice

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eastern Regional Service Board is taking measures to proactively help prevent the spread of the virus. Following advice from public health officials, they will be enacting solutions for their contractors to increase social distancing.

All Bulk Garbage Collections scheduled by ERSB are cancelled until further notice. This difficult decision has been made to help protect their contractors and ensure proper social distancing requirements are met.

For Eastern Waste Service Board updates: www.easternwaste.ca

Please Note: Burning Permits

Please Note:

The Town will not be approving burning permits at this time for grass and other debris around properties. Residents are asked to refrain from such activity.

This measure is to help prevent our Volunteer Fire Department members from being placed at unnecessary risk during the uncertainty around COVID-19.

The Carbonear Volunteer Fire Department is committed to the protection of persons and property that they serve but we should also do our part to help protect them from interactions that can be avoided.

Neighbourhood Window Art Walk: Share pictures and artwork in your windows and doors

Neighbourhood Window Art Walk

Share pictures and artwork in your windows and doors.

More than ever during this COVID-19 crisis, we need to come together while maintaining physical distancing to help lift community spirit.
Some of our households have been displaying artwork in the windows of their home to entertain neighbours young and old.
Keeping in mind physical distancing, we are asking for homes to post artwork in your windows and doors this month. We have themed each week, but if you’d like to post differently, feel free!

APRIL 5th: EASTER EGGS

APRIL 12th: FLOWERS

APRIL 19th: ANIMALS

APRIL 26th: RAINBOWS/SUNSHINE

Don’t forget to tag the Town of Carbonear in posts of your artwork displays on social media!

If you already have your window decorated, take a pic & tag us on social media so we can share!

 

Reminder: Garbage & Recycling Collection Schedule changed due to stat holiday.

Next Friday, April 10, 2020 is a Statutory Holiday (Good Friday).

Due to the holiday, the garbage and recycling collection schedule for next week is as follows:

Area 1 (East of Bunker Hill): Monday, April 06, 2020
Area 2 (North of Valley Road & incl. Bunker Hill): Tuesday, April 07, 2020
Area 3 (South of & incl. Valley Road): Wednesday, April 08, 2020

Garbage and recycling collection will resume regular schedule the following week.

 

 

 

Notice from Eastern Regional Service Board regarding Bulk Collection

Notice from Eastern Regional Service Board:

Bulk Collection cancelled until further notice

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eastern Regional Service Board is taking measures to proactively help prevent the spread of the virus. Following advice from public health officials, we will be enacting solutions for our contractors to increase social distancing.

All Bulk Garbage Collections scheduled by ERSB are cancelled until further notice. This difficult decision has been made to help protect our contractors and ensure proper social distancing requirements are met.

For more information, please visit their website:

Please Note:

The Town of Carbonear continues to provide essential services during this Public Health Emergency but remain committed to the health and safety of our employees. The Covid-19 situation continues to evolve and the town continues to monitor the situation and make changes to work practices for the safety of our employees.

For the information of the public, staff are working at reduced hours and each work site has two shifts with staff practicing physical distancing to allow for continued provision of essential services.
An example of these measures related to public works staff includes the staff being divided into two shifts reducing the number of staff working on each shift. This also allows each staff person to travel alone in a vehicle, reducing contact between staff. If more than one employee is required to address a task, they have been informed that physical distancing is required for their safety in accordance with provincial and federal government directives.

There may be occasions, when required, where you will see more than one employee at a work site, each in a separate vehicle, but this is in accordance with current practices for the health and safety of our staff during this Public Health Emergency.

The Town would like to thank its staff who are continuing to work to provide essential services to its residents during these very uncertain times when everyone is concerned for their health and safety. We appreciate your dedication and commitment!

Latest update from Government of Newfoundland and Labrador regarding COVID-19

Effective March 18, 2020, the Minister of Health and Community Services declared COVID-19 a public health emergency under the Public Health Protection and Promotion Act. The following facilities are ordered to close:

Gyms and fitness facilities, including yoga studios, tennis and squash facilities

Dance studios

Businesses that hold a license under the Liquor Control Act whose primary purpose is the consumption of beer, wine, or spirits

Cinemas

Arenas

Performance spaces

Bingo halls

Personal services establishments including spas, esthetic services, hair salons, body piercing, tattooing and tanning salons

Retail stores, unless those stores provide services essential to life, health or personal safety of individuals and animals. See the Special Measures Order above for details.

Restaurants are permitted to offer take-out, delivery and drive-thru services. In-person dining is prohibited.

Gatherings of 10 people or more are prohibited. This includes funerals, visitation and weddings.

Visitation to long-term care and personal care homes is prohibited, unless for exceptional circumstances, including end of life.

Anyone arriving to Newfoundland and Labrador from outside of Canada on or after March 14, 2020 at 7:00pm NDT is required to self-isolate for 14 days after their arrival in Canada.

Anyone arriving to the province from outside of Newfoundland and Labrador on or after March 20, 2020 is required to self-isolate for 14 days after their arrival.

There are exemptions to these orders. Please refer to the Exemptions Order issued on March 21, 2020 for more details.

A person found in breach of these orders could face a fine or jail time. A corporation found in breach of these orders could face a fine of $5,000 to $50,000.

Brighter days are coming….

Brighter Days Are Coming….

We are currently in a challenging and scary time. Our lives are changing daily as the COVID-19 situation evolves.

Light is considered to be a beacon of hope.
Around the world, people are using lights to symbolize hope during this time.

With this in mind, the Town will be placing stars around the pergola as beacons of hope and solidarity.

If you want to shine your beacon of hope, consider placing a light in your window.
(eg. a lamp, a LED candle)
Be creative!

 

 

 

Please Note:

For updated information and recommendations from both the provincial and federal government regarding COVID-19, please see the following links:

Government of Newfoundland and Labrador:
https://www.gov.nl.ca/covid-19/

Government of Canada:
https://www.canada.ca/…/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.ht…

COVID-19 Self Assessment Tool can be found online here:
https://www.811healthline.ca/covid-19-self-assessment/

Points to Remember:
If you have returned from travel outside Canada in the past 14 days:

You DO need to self-isolate for 14 days.

You DO NOT need to be tested for COVID-19 unless you have symptoms.

To protect yourself while out in public, wash your hands frequently, and maintain a distance of about 2 metres from others.

Important Notice

The Town of Carbonear is monitoring COVID-19 updates and are taking action to help protect our residents and employees.

Effective at close of business today, Friday, March 13, 2020, the Carbonear Swimming Pool & recreation facilities will be closed to the public until further notice. This includes programming, rentals and events.

The Town of Carbonear asks for your patience and understanding during this time.

We will provide updates on our social media accounts & website.

Please note:

Water may be discoloured after a water main break and repair. To flush your home water system, run a cold water tap until water is not discoloured.

 

CNA Carbonear Campus Community Studies students donate “Buddy Bears”

A shout-out to the Community Studies students at College of the North Atlantic – Carbonear Campus

The Community Studies students held a “Buddy Bear” drive to distribute to police and first responders to help comfort children during traumatic events.

They collected a total of 290 stuffed toys!

3 bags of stuffed toys were donated to the Carbonear Volunteer Fire Department

Great initiative!

Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre Employment Opportunity

Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre
Employment Opportunity / Permanent Full Time
THEATRE/OFFICE MANAGER

Please Note:  This is a Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre Board position.

PDF can be found here: Theatre-Office ManagerFeb13-20

The Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre is an air conditioned, accessible facility, with 380 seats, in the Town of Carbonear. Since opening in 1998, the theatre has become the principal centre for the performing arts in Carbonear and many of the surrounding towns. The well designed and attractive theatre is a source of pride for the Town of Carbonear and the entire Baccalieu Trail region. The theatre has approximately 25,000 patrons annually attending various local, national and international performances. The theatre is operated by the Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre Board.
The Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre Board is seeking an enthusiastic individual with passion for the theatre, professional and friendly with excellent leadership, communication and organization skills. The position is responsible for the smooth operation of the theatre, ensuring it functions effectively and within budget. The position will also be responsible for scheduling and booking; supervision of ushers and setup requirements; performing general office duties, keeping detailed financial records of ticket sales, rentals, and expenses, completing payroll and related activities. The position will also be responsible for marketing and promotion of the theatre and other duties as required by the Theatre Board.

The ideal candidate should be a graduate from a recognized office administration/business program with experience in using computerized word processing, spreadsheets and accounting programs. Training and or experience in a related field would be an asset.

Interested applicants may apply by submitting a cover letter and resume (include three professional references) in a sealed envelope or by submitting to the email address below in PDF format, not later than 2 pm on Friday, March 6, 2020:
Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre
Theatre/Office Manager Position
P.O. Box 999
Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5
E-mail: [email protected]

Please direct any questions to the contact above. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. The successful applicant will be required to provide a clear letter of conduct.
The Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre Board thanks all applicants for their interest.

Notice: Invitation to Tender Conception Bay Regional Community Centre Extension

Notice:
Invitation to Tender
Conception Bay Regional Community Centre Extension

PDF can be found here: Conception Bay Regional Community Centre Extension Tender Notice

Project Number: 8050-01
Location: 256 Water Street, Carbonear
Closing Date: February 25, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. NST

Tender listing & other information can be found at the following link: https://www.merx4.merx.com/public/solicitations/1260634812/abstract

To be addressed to Dean Fillier
Conception Bay Regional Community Center Extension
c/o Fougere Menchenton Architecture
172 Logy Bay Road (drop off)
P.O. Box 21039 (Mailing Address)
St. John’s, NL, A1A 5B2
Email: [email protected]
Tel # (709) 739-8202
Fax # (709) 722-8202

Proclamation: Eating Disorder Awareness Week February 1-7th, 2020

February 1-7, 2020 is dedicated across Newfoundland and Labrador and the entire country as a special time when many educational and awareness activities take place to help raise the level of understanding of Eating Disorder Prevention, Treatment and Recovery

The theme for Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2020 is “Eating Disorders Can’t Afford to Wait”

Proclamation can be viewed here: Eating Disorder Awareness Week Proclamation 2020

Discretionary Use: 60 Earle’s Lane

Discretionary Use
60 Earle’s Lane

PDF can be found here: 60 Earle’s Lane Feb 4

2/4/2020

A request has been received for Council to approve a shed and garage with a floor area of 83.68 m2at 60 Earle’s Lane. The maximum floor area is 81 m2. Council has the discretion to approve a greater floor area where the property has at least 1400 m2 of land that do not exceed a total lot coverage of 7%.
For further information on the application, please contact the Town Office at 709-596-3831 or by emailing [email protected]
Anyone with objections or representations must provide a signed written statement, including your name and street address to the Town of Carbonear no later than 2:00 pm on Friday, February 21, 2020 by mail to Ms. Cynthia Davis, Chief Administrative Officer, Town of Carbonear, P. O. Box 999, Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5; Fax: 596-5021, or E-mail: [email protected]

Sale of Land

Sale of Land

TAKE NOTICE that tenders are being invited for two parcels of land located at civic 41-43 Goff Avenue and 45-47 Goff Avenue. This area is zoned Industrial Light. Information on uses in this zone and a description of the building lot is available at the Council Office during office hours.

Sealed tenders will be received at the Town Office up until 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 19, 2020. If multiple bids are received for the same amount, a draw will be conducted to determine the successful bidder. Tenders will be opened at tender closing.

Please note that land sold by the Town of Carbonear is subject to the placement of a building on the property within a two (2) year period. Consideration of any bid will be in accordance with Section 201.2 of the Municipalities Act, 1999.

Bids are to be submitted on the form provided and placed in a sealed envelope and marked as identified in the Tender Instructions.

For further information regarding this sale or for development information pertaining to this land, please contact the following during regular office hours:

Ms. Cynthia A. Davis
Chief Administrative Officer
Town of Carbonear
P.O. Box 999, 256 Water Street
Carbonear, NLA1Y 1C5
Tel: 709-596-3831
Fax: 709-596-5021
Email: [email protected]

The Carbonear Town Council does not bind itself to accept the highest or any tender.

See PDF :  https://carbonear.ca/about/tenders/

 

A Thank You from the Carbonear Town Council

We would like to express our thanks and appreciation to the Public Works Department staff. Their work is appreciated all year round, but especially in the clean up from this past weekends Blizzard.

Also, we would like to express thanks to office staff who handled calls and requests from residents and communicated with emergency responders and other agencies throughout the storm and during the clean up.

A job well done!

Carbonear Town Council

 

Solid Waste Collection Update: Area 3

Solid Waste Collection Update: Area 3

Solid waste collection in Area 3 will take place as scheduled on Friday, January 24, 2020.

They will not be collecting recycling that was not collected in Area 3 last week. Due to the storm most of Area 3 was not collected last Friday so the collectors will have additional garbage to collect in this area this week.

Recycling collection will follow the posted collection schedule.

Solid Waste Collection Update

The Town has received notification from Eastern Waste that Robin Hood Bay has been opened to commercial haulers so waste collection is going ahead per the collection schedule this week. For residents that use garbage boxes, boxes must be accessible for waste to be collected from them.

Snow Clearing Operations

Snow Clearing Operations

The Town will have snow clearing crews working from 5 a.m. to midnight over the next few days pushing back snow where streets are narrow. Crews will be concentrating on the most heavily traveled streets first.

The Town asks residents to be patient. Your street will be completed, if required, in due course.

Again, thank you for continued patience and cooperation.

Solid Waste Collection Update

Solid Waste Collection Update:
Due to the blizzard, solid waste collection in Area 3 was not finished on Friday, January 17, 2020 .

In addition, due to the state of emergency in the City of St. John’s, Robin Hood Bay is closed. It is not known at this time when Robin Hood Bay will reopen.

Eastern Waste Management will not be in a position to provide the town will a scheduled time for waste collection until they have further information on when Robin Hood Bay will reopen.

The Town will provide an update when further information becomes available.

Public Notice:

Residents that have their water pumped through the Bunker’s Hill Pumphouse will experience decreased water pressure.

Snow clearing equipment damaged the meter on the side of the building interrupting the power supply to the pumps.

Repairs are ongoing.

An update will be provided when further information is available on when repairs are anticipated to be completed.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Thank you for helping to keep your neighborhood safe!

These folks were spotted clearing the hydrant near their properties. Thank you for helping to keep your neighborhood safe! There are many others in our community that help keep the hydrants clear. This is a great help and very much appreciated. THANK YOU!

A Message from Deputy Mayor

On behalf of Council I would like to thank the residents and businesses for their cooperation and support over the past couple of days. Friday’s storm was significant and the clean up operation is huge thus will take some time to complete. We look forward to your continued support and cooperation as snow clean up continues. Also, thank you to our dedicated staff that did such a great job cleaning up our town and continue to do so. THANK YOU ALL!
Chris O’Grady
Deputy Mayor

Important Notice:

Residents are advised that the Town office may be closed on Friday, January 17, 2020 due to adverse weather conditions. We will update in the a.m.

For emergencies, you can still call the office at 596-3831 and follow the directions provided

IMP: Blizzard Warning in effect

Imp:

Blizzard warning in effect for:

Avalon Peninsula North
Blizzard conditions with gusty winds and visibility frequently near zero in snow and blowing snow are expected or occurring.

Total snowfall: generally 30 to 50 cm with 50 to 70 cm possible over parts of the northeast Avalon Peninsula.

Maximum wind gusts: northerly 100 to 120 km/h, with gusts to 140 km/h along exposed areas of the coast.

Time span: early Friday morning until Saturday afternoon.

Remarks: Anyone planning travel or other weather-sensitive activities is urged to monitor forecasts and to consider alternate plans. Visibility is expected to be reduced to near zero at times with widespread blizzard conditions.

https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html…

Public Notice: Frozen Water Lines

Frozen Water Lines
When the ground freezes, some residents experience frozen water lines. Residents whose water service line is prone to freezing are reminded to run a small stream of water to prevent their water service lines from freezing.

The Town does not accept responsibility for frozen water lines.

Carbonear Recreation Commission Call for Members

Carbonear Recreation Commission

Call for Members

The Carbonear Recreation Commission are seeking new members.

The Carbonear Recreation Commission assists with programming, ie. Summer Camp Program and organization of the Community Awards program and Annual Triathlon event.

If you are interested, please forward a completed volunteer application and a Recreation Commission volunteer will follow-up.

Application can be printed off here:  Carbonear Recreation Commission Application

Blank copies are also available at the front desk of the Town Office & at the Carbonear Swimming Pool.

Please print clearly and complete all fields

Once completed applications are received, your application will then be processed and you will be contacted regarding volunteer opportunities available.

Completed Volunteer Applications can be submitted:
In Person:
Dropped off at the main office, 256 Water Street (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

Email: [email protected]

Solid Waste Collection Update January 9, 2020

Solid Waste Collection is continuing. The collector has indicated that they will continue to collect waste throughout the day. They have experienced delays related to mechanical difficulties, weather, closures at Robin Hood Bay and additional garbage due to the Christmas season. Calls received concerning areas missed are being forwarded to the contractor for collection. The Town apologizes for any inconvenience.

Invitation: Reskill Research Project Skill Needs Assessment Session

Coming up Wednesday, January 22, 2020!

Hospitality NL’s Reskill Research Project Community & Business Skills Needs Assessments Session at the College of North Atlantic Carbonear Campus.

Calum MacDonald, Vice President – Labour Market Intelligence with Tourism HR Canada will be leading the Needs Assessments.

By attending this information session, you have an opportunity to provide input, and liaise with relevant key stakeholders, businesses and organizations that are participating in the project.

Take a look at the information below, and make sure you register for the Reskill Research Project Skills Needs Assessment Session!

Carbonear Special Events Committee Call for Event Volunteers

Carbonear Special Events Committee

Call for Event Volunteers

The Town of Carbonear’s Special Events Committee are seeking applications for volunteers for various events throughout the year.

If you are interested in assisting with events, please forward a completed volunteer application. Volunteer applications can be found on our website: TOC Volunteer Application

Blank copies are also available at the front desk of the Town Office.

Please print clearly and complete all fields

It is important that all documents are completed as soon as possible as these documents must be on file before you can begin your volunteer experience with us. Once completed applications and documents are received, your application will then be processed and you will be contacted regarding volunteer opportunities available.

Completed Volunteer Applications can be submitted:
In Person:
Dropped off at the main office, 256 Water Street (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

Email: [email protected]

Mail:
Town of Carbonear
P.O Box 999
256 Water Street
Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5

Public Notice: Discretionary Use 203-209 Water Street

The Town of Carbonear is in receipt of an application to operate a Waste Disposal business providing bins for collection and disposal from 203-209 Water Street.  This application is being considered as a discretionary use in a Heritage Zone.  For further information on the application please contact the Town Office at 709-596-3831 or by emailing [email protected]

Anyone with objections or representations must provide a signed written statement, including your name and street address to the Town of Carbonear no later than 4:00 p.m.  on Wednesday, January 29, 2020 to:

Ms. Cynthia Davis
Chief Administrative Officer
Town of Carbonear
P.O Box 999
Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5

Fax: 596-5021
or
Email: [email protected]

PDF version of this posting can be found here: Public Notice Discretionary Use 203 209 Water Street

Proposed Development Regulations Amendment No. 37, 2019

Proposed Development Regulations Amendment No. 37, 2019

The Town Council of Carbonear is considering an amendment to the Development Regulations.  In accordance with Section 14 of the Urban and Rural Planning Act, Council is seeking input from residents on the Revised Signage Regulations.

Residents are requested to notify Council in writing, mail, facsimile or email, by January 17, 2020 of any concerns or comments on the proposed amendment.

For further information, or to view the proposed amendments, contact the Council office at:

P.O Box 999, 256 Water Street
Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5
Tel: (709)596-3831
Fax: (709) 596-5021
Email: [email protected]

Proposed Development Regulations Amendment No. 37, 2019

Urban & Rural Planning Act- Notice of Public Hearing Municipal Plan Amendment No. 26, 2019

Urban and Rural Planning Act
Notice of Public Hearing
Town of Carbonear
Municipal Plan Amendment No. 26, 2019
and
Development Regulations Amendment No. 28, 2019

The Town Council of Carbonear has adopted the Carbonear Municipal Plan Amendment No. 26, 2019 and Development Regulations Amendment No. 38, 2019.

The purpose of the amendment is to redesignate and rezone land located on the southwest side of Highroad North, north of Tyres Drung, from the Commercial and Industrial land use designations to the Residential land use designation to accommodate residential development.  A corresponding amendment to the Development Regulations will rezone the land to the Residential Medium Density land use zone.

A Public Hearing to consider objections and representations on the Municipal Plan and Development Regulations Amendments will be held at 7:00 p.m. on the 30th day of January, 2020 at the Town Council Office, Carbonear.

Anyone wishing to make an objection or representation at the Public Hearing shall, no later than 4:00 p.m., 28th, January 2020, deposit with the Town Clerk of Carbonear, two copies of a signed written statement outlining the objection or representation.  If no written objection or representation with respect to the Municipal Plan or Development Regulations Amendment are received within the time indicated, the Public Hearing may be cancelled.

Residents are encouraged to inspect the Amendments during normal business hours at the Town Council Office, Carbonear.  For more information about the Municipal Plan and Development Regulations Amendment or the Public Hearing please contact the Town Office:

P.O Box 999
256 Water Street
Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5
Tel: (709) 596-3831
Fax: (709)596-5021
Email: [email protected]

 

PDF::  Notice of Public Hearing Municipal Plan Amendment No 26

Please Note: Area 3 Waste Collection Schedule has been updated.

Please Note:  The Area 3 Waste and Recycling Collection Schedule has been updated.  The correct schedule is now posted on our website and social media accounts.

If you are in Area 3 and would like an updated printed copy of the Schedule, please drop by the Town of Carbonear office during business hours.

Thank you

2020 Solid Waste Collection Schedule for Area 1, 2 and 3

Development Application Discretionary Use 56-58 Lemarchant Street

Development Application Discretionary Use
56-58 Lemarchant Street

12/30/2019

An application has been submitted to change the use of the former Pentecostal Church at 56-58 Lemarchant Street to 16 – 1-bedroom apartment units. These units will have their own entrance. This application is being considered as a discretionary use in a Residential Medium Density Zone. For further information on the application, please contact the Town Office at 709-596-3831 or by emailing [email protected]
Anyone with objections or representations must provide a signed written statement, including your name and street address to the Town of Carbonear no later than 4:00 pm on Monday, January 6, 2020 by mail to Ms. Cynthia Davis, Chief Administrative Officer, Town of Carbonear, P. O. Box 999, Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5; Fax: 596-5021, or E-mail: [email protected]

PDF can be found here:Discretionary Use Notice Dec 18-19

Christmas In Carbonear Event Listings

If you have a community event to add to this listing, please call the Town office at 596-3831 or email the details to [email protected]

If you would like a copy of this schedule of events, please stop by the Town office during business hours.

 

 

Congratulations! Tammy & Michelle! Owners/operators of Studio Coffee and Studio Boutique (195 Water Street)

CONGRATULATIONS!

Last night Tammy and Michelle, owners and operators of Studio Coffee and Studio Boutique (195 Water Street) received the Economic Impact Award at the NLOWE 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

For those wondering about the award:
Economic Impact: recognizes an entrepreneur whose business has significantly impacted the local economy. This entrepreneur has improved the economic position of the community in which it operates by employing local resources, stimulating growth and contributing to sustainable community development.

Congratulations Tammy and Michelle!

Employment Opportunity: Lifeguard/Instructor

PDF available Here: Lifeguard-Instructor

Employment Opportunity

Lifeguard/Instructor

The Town of Carbonear is seeking an individual to fill the full time position of Lifeguard/Instructor at the Carbonear Swimming Pool and Recreation Complex, for a leave replacement up to October 15, 2020. This position is accountable for providing and maintaining the daily support services to the operations programs and services offered by the Carbonear Swimming Pool and Recreation Department. The position reports directly to the Director of Recreation or designated supervisor.

Qualifications:

Education for this position will include a high school diploma. Red Cross WSI, LSS NLS and Standard First Aid also required. A recognized fitness certification would be an asset. A combination of education and experience acceptable to the Town of Carbonear may be considered.

Strong organizational and administrative skills including the ability to communicate with the public and program participants in a polite, tactful, diplomatic and respectful manner are also required. Demonstrated leadership and analytical skills would be an asset. A clear letter of conduct is also required.

A complete job description, as well as information pertaining to rate of pay, benefits and other related information will be provided to candidates selected for an interview.

This is a unionized position and compensation will be as per the collective agreement.

Resumes must be received at the Carbonear Town Office or emailed to the address below, not later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, November 8, 2019.

Interested candidates may apply in writing with resume to:

Lifeguard/Instructor
c/o Cynthia A. Davis
Town of Carbonear
P.O. Box 999
Carbonear, NL A1Y 1C5
Tel: 709-596-3831
Fax: 709-596-5021
e-mail: [email protected]

 

Thank you to Trades NL!

Thank you to Trades NL!

Robert Hunt, member of the Trades NL Council representing the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers, Local 137 presented a cheque today for $15,000.00 to the Town of Carbonear.

The Town of Carbonear submitted a proposal to the Trades NL Health and Wellness Grant program. The funding received will go towards purchase of a timing system for the Carbonear Swimming Pool.

Thank you to members of Poseidon Swim Club for attending the cheque presentation today.

On hand for the presentation were Town of Carbonear Council members – Mayor Frank Butt, Deputy Mayor Chris O’Grady, Vic Jenkins, Amanda Dowden, Director of Recreation Rob Button, and Poseidon Swim Club members: Kevin Bennett, Tonya Burt, and Tracey Sutton,

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