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Curbside Garbage and Recyclables Collection

Improved Curbside Garbage and Recyclables Collection–Town of Stewiacke

Hello, Citizens of Stewiacke! The Town is happy to announce enhancements to service regarding the curbside collection of garbage and recyclables. Beginning November 1st, 2018, the following curbside collection options will be available to residents who currently receive curbside collection services: These changes include:

>Bi-weekly curbside collection of one bulky item per serviced unit with a separate collection of metal and CFC containing units (in winter, after a snow you may want to wait until next collection day); this will go out on your Garbage/ Compost Day

> Bi-weekly organics green cart collection – one cart either 240-litre or an 80-litre cart per serviced unit except for the period of mid-July to mid-September where organics green cart collection will be weekly.
The scheduled pick up day will still be Friday's in the Town of Stewiacke

Reporting Crime in Stewiacke

Citizens of Stewiacke are encouraged to report crime to the RCMP, including such incidents as vandalism and reckless driving.  If the incident being reported is not an emergency, do not call 911.

The Town’s RCMP detachment office is open Monday-Thursday from 9:00am to 2:00pm.   It is located at 93 Riverside Ave.; phone number (902) 639-2366

Notices and Advertisements

LYME DISEASE AWARENESS MONTH May 2019

WHEREAS Lyme disease is a serious illness caused by the bite of a black-legged tick infected with the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi:
and WHEREAS black-legged ticks carrying a variety of diseases or illnesses can now be found in all parts of Nova Scotia;
and WHEREAS awareness, education and practicing preventative measures, such as daily tick checks and proper tick removal, can help reduce your chances of contracting tick borne diseases; 
THEREFORE, be it resolved that I, Mayor Wendy Robinson, on behalf of the Town of Stewiacke, do hereby proclaim May 2019 as “Lyme Disease Awareness Month”.

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