2021 property assessments are now available - click to find yours
On January 11, 2021, over 634,000 assessment notices were mailed out to Nova Scotia property owners. Assessment information is now public and can be found on our website at www.pvsc.ca.
You can search 2021 property assessments by address or Assessment Account Number (AAN). Property owners can view their 2021 assessment My Property Report using the Assessment Account Number (AAN) and PIN access number located on their 2021 assessment notice.
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Explore Central is a collaborative project spearheaded by the Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Downtown Truro Partnership, Municipality of the County of Colchester, Town of Truro, Town of Stewiacke, and Millbrook Heritage & Cultural Centre.The goal of this project is to promote the Central Nova Scotia region to locals and tourists from within Nova Scotia and the Atlantic Provinces.
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Our goal as a Town is to provide all community members with the opportunity to grow physically and mentally through living a healthier more active life.
In the early 1900’s the chief of the Micmac’s at Millbrook said the native name for this place was pronounced “Ah-seed-ee-a-waac” which means “place where the sands move” which then slurred to “Stew-aack” then pronounced as we pronounce it today.