Reminder: Deadline is today.
Expressions of Interest will be accepted on or before 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 15, 2019.
The Town encourages residents, schools, community groups and businesses to participate in the Annual Carbonear Clean up Day on Saturday, June 8.
Keep checking our social media for updates!
Construction crews are finished for the day on the Downtown Revitalization Phase One Project.
Water Street is OPEN.
Please watch your speeds as the area from Adelaide Street to Bannerman Street is a construction zone.
Construction crews will be back at 7 a.m. on Monday morning.
PDF document found here: Hiking Trail Job Ad
Water Street will be closed between O’Donovan’s Lane & Kim’s Lane. Therefore access to Water Street from both O’Donovan’s Lane and Kim’s Lane will be closed.
Local traffic to businesses on the west side of construction (from Bannerman Street direction) can do so thru the Bannerman Street barricade. The Flagpersons will be allowing local traffic thru to businesses.
Please see detour map below for updated detour map.
Thank you for your continued patience & support.
Sale of Equipment
Sealed tenders will be received at the Town Office, 256 Water Street, Carbonear, until 2:00 p.m., Thursday, May 30, 2019.
PDF can be found:
PDF can also be found here: Development Application Discretionary Use 69 White’s Road
Proclamation declaring the week of May 6-12th as the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Mental Health Week.
The CMHA Health Week promotes mental health awareness across Newfoundland and Labrador through activities and events.
Please Note the following detour for Tuesday, May 7th, 2019.:
Water Street will be closed from Adelaide Street to O’Donovan’s Lane.
Detour signs will be posted along the detour route.
Construction crews are working in a couple of areas this morning.
Crews are digging at the intersection of Bannerman Street and Water Street. Therefore, traffic is detoured up Bannerman Street.
More digging is happening between Adelaide Street and O’Donovan’s Lane. Therefore, for a portion of the day, traffic travelling east on Water Street will be detoured thru Adelaide Street. We will update once this portion of the street is open.
Welcon Construction is continuing work on Crossroads Bridge. Crossroads Bridge is closed to traffic.
Thank you for your patience during these projects!
The construction is moving along on Water Street. Crews are finished up removing asphalt from the road to begin underground work on sections of the street.
Digging will begin on Wednesday, May 1st, 2019 in front of the Carbonear Railway Station. The first section will be from the area in front of the Carbonear Railway Station to Adelaide Street.
Therefore, there will be detours on Wednesday.
Traffic will be detoured to Pike’s Lane and be able to access Water Street through side streets ie. O’Donovan’s.
The map illustrates the detour and the portion of the road closure.
Green fencing has also been posted to provide pedestrians with walking access as the work continues.
PDF can be found here: Hiking Trail Job Ad
Apply to join the Town of Carbonear Green Team this summer!
Applications can be found at www.ccnl.ca
Submit completed applications and resumes to:
Email: [email protected]
Mail/In person: Suite 103, 10 Austin St., St. John’s, NL A1B 4C2
Deadline to apply is May 14th!
Downtown Revitalization Project: Phase One is beginning!
“Revitalization of our Past Legacies for Future Success”
For more info, check out:
Cheque presentation from the 13th Annual Claude Garland Memorial Mayor’s March to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Newfoundland & Labrador today.
Thank you to all the volunteers who continue to make this annual event a success!
(Picture from left to fight: Deputy Mayor Chris O’Grady, Judy Howlett & Charlotte Steeves Heart & Stroke Foundation, Cairine Garland, Betty Powell, Mayor Frank Butt)
For more pictures from the Volunteer Appreciation Reception, please see https://www.facebook.com/pg/Carbonear/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2083611301707484
Winner of the Town of Carbonear Winter Carnival Slogan Contest: “Snow and Cheer” Benjamin Soper
Winners of the Town of Carbonear Winter Carnival Photo Contests:
Photo Contest Winners:
Ben Shortt, Best Dressed Snowman
Ben and Noah Preston, Family Fun Photo
Lori Reynolds, Best Wintry Scene
Min Su running in the snow – Best Winter Pet Photo
submitted by Melissa Harrison