Town News

Town of Lunenburg Opens Opportunities for Development

September 22, 2021 – The Town of Lunenburg’s innovative new Municipal Planning Strategy, Land Use Bylaw, and Subdivision Bylaw came into effect today.

These new regulations present an exciting and ground-breaking approach to planning in Atlantic Canada. Planning documents are the Town’s strongest tool to address many community issues. According to Mayor Matt Risser, "The main way that we as a municipality can address concerns around issues like housing is through more permissive planning and development regulations. The new planning approach simplifies our processes to encourage much-needed new development in Lunenburg.”

 

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Budget Highlights 2021/22

pdf A Budget Highlights infographic (374 KB)  highlighting how your tax dollars are allocated in the 2021/22 Town Budget is now available.

For more information, including a link to the budget, visit Finance's "Town Budget & Tax Rates" page.

Depots for Household Waste Disposal

BEFORE dropping off residential household hazardous waste, please CHECK what materials a depot can take.

Kaizer Meadow

The Town of Lunenburg disposes of residential curbside waste at Kaizer Meadow Environmental Management Centre, 450 Kaizer Meadow Road along Highway 14 in Lunenburg County.

They also have a residential Household Hazardous Waste drop-off at their location in the Municipality of Chester.

Please call 902-275-2330 or visit Waste & Recycling ahead of time to check if Kaizer Meadow can take what you want to dispose of.

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