|Wednesday, May 22, 2019|
Notice of Public Meeting
|Notice of Public Meeting Review of Municipal Plan and Development Regulations for the Town of St. George’s
Community members are invited to a public meeting for a presentation and discussion concerning a
review of the Municipal Plan and Development Regulations for the Town of St. George’s. The
planning area includes the area within the Town boundary plus a large area outside the boundary.
The Town has retained a planning consultant, who has carried out research on the opportunities and
firstname.lastname@example.org Please review these documents and come with your questions and suggestions.
circumstances affecting development of the Town. Our consultant has prepared a draft Municipal
Plan and Development Regulations for the period 2019-2029. A background report plus drafts of
these documents are available at the Town office for viewing during regular business hours and can
also be sent by email as pdfs on request to:
This is not the official public hearing specified in the Urban and Rural Planning Act 2000. That
The meeting will be held at: 7:00 pm Wednesday, 12 June, 2019 At 195 Main Street, St. George’s (Council Chambers) Signed: Jocelyn Butt Town Manager/Clerk
public hearing follows later in the process, after Council has considered any revisions which may
be made following the public meeting on June 12th.
Updated: Tuesday, May 21, 2019 9:04 am NFLD
|Congratulations are extended to MHA Scott Reid St. George's - Humber District on his re-election 16 May, 2019. On behalf of Council & Staff we extend to you our support and best wishes during this next term. We look forward to your representation over the next 4 years.
Updated: Friday, May 17, 2019 4:22 pm NFLD
|On behalf of Council and Staff we'd like to wish our Assistant Town Clerk Taylor Garnier a very Happy Birthday!
Updated: Thursday, May 16, 2019 8:35 am NFLD
|Sending birthday wishes to Town Employee Arthur Lasaga, hoping you have a great day.
Updated: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 1:53 pm NFLD
Boil Water Advisory
|We wish to advise our residents that due to issues with our wells, a boil water advisory has been instituted effective immediately. Consumers are advised to bring water that you might ingest to a rigorous rolling boil for one (1) minute. This advisory will remain in effect until notified otherwise. In addition we ask our residents to conserve water where possible, as the wells we are currently operating off of do not produce the high yield that we are use too. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated.
Updated: Monday, May 13, 2019 4:11 pm NFLD
Federal Summer Student Jobs - Parks & Recreation Coaches - Resumes Requested
|APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL MAY 23RD, 2019
The Town of St. George's has two vacancies under the Canada Summer Jobs Program for Parks & Recreation Coordinators/Coaches. These positions will involve working with children and youth from age 5 to 12 promoting physical activity and sports. It involves motivating children to participate in softball, soccer, basketball and other sports for both indoor and outdoor activities. The program will run for 8 weeks at 30 hours per week. The program typically runs Monday to Friday with a start date of 2 July, 2019, hours to be set at a later date. The position will require staff to participate in outings, field trips, playground activities and sports. Applicants should have prior experience in working with children, past children's programs, be highly motivated, able to work both independently and with others, have good communication/organizational skills, be responsible and have knowledge of sports related activities. Must be able to supervise and be responsible for minor players throughout the entire day. First Aid is considered an asset. The positions are open to students currently enrolled in post-secondary education and returning in 2019, however, grade twelve graduates with an acceptance letter of post-secondary schooling may be considered. Resumes with cover letters will be accepted until end of day May 23rd, 2019, in the following formats: Email: email@example.com Mail: Attention Town Manager P.O. Box 250, St. George's, NL A0N 1Z0 Fax: 709-647-3180 Drop Off: 195 Main Street, St. George's
Updated: Monday, May 13, 2019 2:56 pm NFLD
3rd Annual Black Bank Clean Up
|Please see poster to your left regarding the 3rd Annual Black Bank Clean Up.
Updated: Monday, May 13, 2019 1:09 pm NFLD
Agenda - Special Meeting 13 May, 2019
|The agenda has been published for the Special Meeting scheduled for 13 May, 2019 at 6:30 pm.
Updated: Friday, May 10, 2019 2:18 pm NFLD
Indiscriminate Dumping on Town Property
|We wish to advise our residents that indiscrimate dumping is strictly prohibited within our Municipal Boundaries. We have found dumping on Town owned property beyonds the ballfields on Diamond Court. The Town provides weekly household garbage and recyclable collection and a yearly clean up week in the spring. Persons who indiscrimately dump on Town property and roads put a burden on all taxpayers as Town Resources must be used to address the problem. Indiscrimate dumping is a chargeable offence and the RCMP have been notified of this incident. Let's work together to end indiscriminate dumping.
Updated: Thursday, May 9, 2019 4:12 pm NFLD
Smoke Free Policy - Recreational Facilities/Events
|We wish to advise that the following Smoke Free Policy went into effect 6 May, 2019. All Town of St. George's Recreational Facilities and Grounds are now Smoke Free, this include Siki Bennett Memorial Stadium it's grounds and ballfields as well as all Town Playgrounds. No Smoking signs will be erected in the near future. TOWN OF ST. GEORGE’S POLICY #1/2019 SUBJECT: SMOKE FREE POLICY RECREATIONAL FACILITIES/EVENTS PRINCIPAL
Tobacco Smoke affects everyone, smokers and non-smokers. The health hazards of tobacco smoke are
POLICY OBJECTIVE The objectives of the policy are: • Provide a healthy and safe environment for players, coaches, fans, etc. • Promote and support healthy behaviour. POLICY STATEMENT
well documented. Involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke is a hazard over which the Town has control
with respect to its publicly owned properties. Therefore, the following policy is being developed
for the Town of St. George’s and its recreation properties.
It is the policy of the Town of St. George’s to prohibit smoking at all recreation facilities,
properties and events as of May 6th, 2019.
This policy will be in effect at all times, and applies to all recreation facilities owned by the
Town of St. George’s as specified in this policy.
Smoking includes the inhaling, exhaling, burning or carrying of lighted tobacco & cannabis products
including cigar, pipe and/or other lighted smoking equipment include vape products.
Managers and Department Heads are responsible to enforce the smoke-free policy in the same manner
SIGNAGE The town will provide signage for all recreation facilities affected by this policy.
as any other policy. Respect and good judgement are expected from everyone involved, keeping in
mind the objective of the policy.
The following facilities and properties are covered by this policy: • Siki Bennett Memorial Stadium/Bowling Alley • Softball Fields Diamond Court • Playground Diamond Court • Playground School Road (behind Bayview Academy) POSTING POLICY
Policy is to be posted at all entrances and no-smoking signs to be placed in all areas affected by
The Town of St. George’s will permit smoking in designated areas outside of recreational facilities
Motion: #19-60 Daniel Conway Mayor
during community special events. A written request to permit smoking in designated areas must be
approved by the Town of St. George’s.
Updated: Tuesday, May 7, 2019 4:22 pm NFLD
Community Health Assessment Survey
|Please see poster to your left with respect to completing the Community Health Assessment Survey.
Updated: Monday, May 6, 2019 9:30 am NFLD
Agenda Published - Regular Council Meeting May 6th, 2019
|Please note that the Agenda for the Regular Council meeting of May 6th, 2019 at 7:00 pm has been published under the Municipality Tab-Minutes.
Updated: Friday, May 3, 2019 3:20 pm NFLD
Free Residential Drop Off
|Western Regional Waste Management will be having free residential drop off at the St. George's Transfer Station Site, every Saturday in June, please take advantage of this initiative.
Updated: Thursday, May 2, 2019 4:10 pm NFLD
Clear Blue Bag Collection
|We wish to advise our residents that our contractor will not be picking up recyclables that appear to be contaminated when left at the curb. Should your blue bag(s) be left behind on pick-up day it is because it was considered contaminated. WRWM has a strict non acceptance policy for contaminated recyclables. Guidelines for recyclables are at left. Please remember to open and clean out all items, othewise they will not be accepted.
Updated: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 2:39 pm NFLD
Proclamation - Mental Health Week - 2019
|Please see signed Proclamation to the left for Mental Health Week, 2019. GET LOUD FOR MENTAL HEALTH!
Western Regional Waste Management Newsletter
|Please see WRWM newsletter to your left, it contains important information for our residents, in particular FREE RESIDENTIAL SPRING CLEAN-UP, which will be available at the Landfill the four Saturdays in June - June 8th, June 15th, June 22nd, and June 29th.
Updated: Friday, March 29, 2019 9:45 am NFLD
Info Note Western Regional Waste Management
|Please see the note to your left from Western Regional Waste Management regarding curb side recycling.
Updated: Friday, March 8, 2019 3:17 pm NFLD
Nurse Practitioner Employment Opportunity - St. George's
Nurse Practitioner – Family and All Ages
St. George’s Medical Clinic, Western Health
Western Health currently requires a Nurse Practitioner on a permanent basis at the St. George’s Medical Clinic. The incumbent would also be required to do coverage at the Jefferies Clinic. These clinics are located off the southwest coast of Newfoundland. The western region of Newfoundland is home to pristine communities perfect for any active individual looking for a quaint, quiet, safe community to live, without the busy lifestyle of larger cities.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador and current Nurse Practitioner License are required. The incumbent must demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships is essential. Experience working independently with limited supervision and a willingness to travel are also required. Maintaining certification in BCLS and the willingness to complete certification in ACLS, PALS, and TNCC within two years of appointment to the position are required.
A bursary may be provided for this position. Please contact the Human Resources Department for details at (709) 784-5367
*A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required.
Hours of Work: 75 Hours per pay period
0800-1600, 0830-1630, 0900-1700 Hours; Monday to Friday
Salary Scale: $81,646.50 to $101,244.00
Competition Number: WH-2019000221
Competition Closing Date: 31 March 2019
Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey
Western Health values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
A resume, proof of qualifications, and the names of two employment references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered.
To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regular Council Meetings - 2019
|REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING DATES FOR 2019 Please note the dates for Regular Council Meetings for 2018. Occasionally due to availability Regular Council Meeting dates may be changed, however, notice will be provided on the Town Website. Persons wishing to speak at a meeting must advise the Town Office no later than 12:00 pm the Friday before the meeting: January 7th, 2019 - Monday February 4th, 2019 - Monday March 4th, 2019 - Monday April 1st, 2019 - Monday May 6th, 2019 - Monday June 3rd, 2019 - Tuesday July 2nd, 2019 - Tuesday August 6th, 2019 - Tuesday September 3rd, 2019 - Tuesday October 7th, 2019 - Monday November 4th, 2019 - Monday December 2nd, 2019 - Monday
Announcement - Divestiture Project
|MP Gudie Hutchings and MHA Scott Reid (along with their respective Assistants) met with Mayor Daniel Conway, Deputy Mayor Tanya Messervey, Councillor Conrad White, and Councillor Roland Williams on 20 December, 2018 with respect to the Divesture Project and it is with great pleasure that the following is announced:
“I'm pleased to announce this major investment for our community. Investing in the local small craft harbour helps not just the commercial fishing industry, but St. Georges as a whole. I am proud that we are investing in people, promoting inclusive growth and building stronger communities. The work carried out will not only renew and maintain the infrastructure that is essential to the region, but also stimulate job opportunities that will benefit fishers and support our local communities.”
Gudie Hutchings, Member of Parliament, Long Range Mountains ST. GEORGE’S, NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR Funds will be invested at St. George’s in 2018-19. Divestiture Project · The project involves demolishing the dilapidated finger pier and replacing it with an L-shaped armourstone breakwater, constructing a small boat launch and floating docks, and transferring the site to a local non-profit organization. · Discussions have been occurring over the past two years with the Town of St. George’s regarding the divestiture of the site. A committee has been formed to eventually take ownership. The scope of work is well defined.
Updated: Tuesday, January 8, 2019 2:11 pm NFLD
Snow Clearing Procedures
|This is a friendly reminder - In accordance with our Snow Clearing Procedures which can be found as a PDF document at the bottom of this page - Residents are asked not to shovel, plow or cause to be shoveled or plowed any residue snow from a driveway, parking lot or adjoining property unto any roadway/sidewalk within the Municipal Boundaries of the Town of St. George's. At anytime during a snow storm and for the twelve hours thereafter residents are asked not to park an unattended vehicle on any street within the Town that would hinder snow clearing operations. We thank our residents for their cooperation in this matter.
Updated: Tuesday, January 8, 2019 10:45 am NFLD
Long Service Awards
|On Saturday 8 December, 2018 MHA Scott Reid presented long service awards to Mayor Danny Conway for 16 years of Municipal Council Service as Councillor/Deputy Mayor/Mayor, to former Councillor Charlie Foote for 20 years of Municipal Council Service as Councillor/Deputy Mayor and to Councillor Andy Tobin for 16 years of Municipal Council Service as Councillor/Deputy Mayor. We thank you for your dedication and the many contributions you have all made to the Town of St. George's over the last 20 years.
Updated: Monday, December 10, 2018 5:09 pm NFLD
Snow Clearing Operations
|We wish to advise our residents that as the snow clearing operations have started please use extreme caution when travelling behind our snow removal equipment. Walkers are asked to also use caution and wear bright reflective clothing when walking especially after dark. Parents are asked to remind children to play well away from the shoulder of the roads and not engage in play in ditches or near culverts. Lets keep our community safe!
Chair Lift - Siki Bennett Memorial Stadium
|We wish to advise our residents/visitors that the Chair Lift at Siki Bennett Memorial Stadium is currently out of order. There are very limited available companies on the Island that service Chair Lifts outside of St. John's. We have made contact with these companies and are currently awaiting a time frame for availability. Unfortunately due to the chair lift being inoperative the Lounge may not be accessible to all residents/visitors. We regret any inconvenience this may cause but are working diligently to get this corrected. We will provide updates as they become available.
Curb Stop Water Shut Offs
|The Town of St. George's wishes to advise our residents that only emergency related curb stop water shut offs will occur during the period 1 December, 2018 and 30 April, 2019. Freezing during the cold winter months can cause water line breakage that could potentially result in considerable damage.
Garbage Collection Reminder
|We'd like to remind our residents that in accordance with our Gabage/Refuse Regulations Section 8(a) "garbage must be out by a time not later than 8:00 AM on the day designated by Council for Garbage Collection". The Garbage Contractor has a copy of our regulations; therefore pick up may start at 8:00 AM on Friday's.
New Boil Water Advisory Notification Method
|In an effort to ensure that all residents are advised of future boil water advisories and the lifting of boil water advisories, we've put into place a new automated calling system where each resident will receive a call immediately upon an advisory being issued or lifted. We've sent a notice to each resident with a Post Office box regarding this initiative. To be notified it is imperative that you provide the Town Office with either your landline phone number or cellular phone number. You may provide the best number to contact you at by calling the Town Office at 647-3283 or Email the number to email@example.com, to date we've only received approximately 130 phone number from our nearly 500 households, please pass this information along to family members and friends.
Updated: Friday, October 5, 2018 3:47 pm NFLD
|We wish to advise our residents that indiscrimate dumping is strictly prohibited within our Municipal Boundaries. We have been informed by residents that they have even found dumping on their private properties. The Town provides weekly household garbage and recyclable collection and a yearly clean up week in the spring. Persons who indiscrimately dump on Town property and roads put a burden on all taxpayers as Town Resources must be used to address the problem. Indiscrimate dumping is a chargeable offence, let's work together to end indiscriminate dumping.
Updated: Thursday, September 13, 2018 8:32 am NFLD
Town of St. George's - Respectful Workplace Policy
|The Town of St. George's is committed to creating an inclusive and healthy workplace where employees are valued and treated with dignity and respect. The intent of th policy is to prevent discrimination and harassment of any type and provides guidelines on addressing workplace discrimination/harassment as efficiently as possible.
Harassment is a form of discrimination and means any unwanted physical or verbal conduct directed to one or more individuals and causes offence or humiliation. This doesn't just extend to the Town Office or publically owned buildings, this also extends to any work-site. As Council is the employer we are responsible to immediately act upon any situation involving discrimination/harassment.
Should any of our residents have any issue with work being performed or a complaint, please direct your concerns to the Town Office, please remember that the work being conducted by our workers is on behalf of Council.
Updated: Thursday, September 6, 2018 11:21 am NFLD
Obey Posted Speed Limits
|We wish to advise all drivers that School commences this week and the safety of all children attending is imperative. Based upon statistics from the Speed Radar sign that is within the School Zone with a speed limit of 30 km per hour, it is apparent that less than half of the drivers that use that area of Main Street are abiding by that posted speed limit. The Town has engaged the RCMP in this matter and has requested periodic patrols throughout the school day to ensure drivers abide by posted speed limits. We are requesting the cooperation of all drivers in this matter - please keep our children safe.
Dog Control Regulations
|We wish to advise our residents that we've received a number of calls regarding roaming dogs. Allowing dogs to roam within our municipal boundaries is strictly prohibited. In accordance with the Dog Control Regulations Paragraph 10 it states - "Every owner of a dog within the Town shall keep such dog safely tethered or penned up at all times, except when it is under the immediate control of some person capable of controlling it at the time." Paragraph 14 states - "Prosecution under these regulations may be taken summarily by the Council or any Police Constable." Further, Paragraph 15 states - "Any person who is guilty of an offence against these regulations, or who acts in contravention of or fails to comply with any provisions thereof, or neglects or refuses to do so, shall be liable on summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding two hundred dollars ($200.00) or in default or payment thereof to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ninety (90) days or to both such fine and imprisonment." We respectfully ask that all dog owners abide by the Dog Control Regulations.
Approved Traffic Regulations
|We wish to advise our residents that the 2018 Traffic Regulations have been appoved by motion of Council and can be found in the documents at the end of this page.
| Residents are asked to please note that buring of demolition waste from derelict structures such as old or abandoned houses, barns, sheds, etc. is strictly prohibited and is in contravention of Section 12 of the Air Pollution Control Regulations 2004 which states: 12. (1) A person shall not burn or permit the burning of any material listed in Schedule E in a fire. (Schedule E is in the PDF Documents at the end of this page) 12. (2) Nothwithstanding subsection (1), a person may burn or permit the burning of materials listed in Schedule E in a fire with the written approval of the minister. Pursuant to subsection 12(2) of the Regulations, a permit to burn will only be issued by the department if, in the opinion of the Minister, the burning of materials listed in Schdule E poses a lesser safety or environment risk than to do otherwise. Residents are reminded that Cat/Dog Feces may be placed in the clear garbage bag for curbside collection and are asked to refrain from burning fecal matter.
Western Regional Waste Management St. George's Site Hours of Operation
|We wish to advise our residents the Western Regional Waste Management Transfer Site at St. George's is open Monday to Saturday from 8:00 AM to 4:15 PM for both residential and commercial drop off.
Town Roads - Traffic Regulations
|We wish to advise our residents that the Town Office has received multiple complaints regarding both on and off road vehicles speeding on our Roads. Regulations are created to keep all residents safe and speeding on our main and side roads is both illegal and against regulations. Speeding has become a safety issue for many; especially our children. We implore everyone to slow down, be cognizant of children at play, residents walking and other traffic. We've met with the RCMP on this issue and have requested their assistance, expect to see a larger RCMP presence in this community. Please slow down, obey the rules of the road and watch for children.
Updated: Thursday, June 21, 2018 1:22 pm NFLD
Electronic Waste - Western Regional Waste Management
Electronic Waste (e-Waste) Drop-off Service
Did you recently replace a computer, phone or TV? WRWM has an electronics waste recycling service
available at the Wild Cove and Bay St. George transfer stations. Old desktop computers, printers,
cell phones and other unwanted electronics can be dropped off, free of charge at both transfer
stations during normal operating hours.
People are reminded to remove all personal information from their computers, cell phones and
electronics prior to drop-off. The e-Waste service is offered in cooperation with the Electronics
Products Recycling Association (EPRA), a not-for-profit organization that operates regulated
recycling programs across Canada.
Acceptable Materials for Electronics Recycling
•Desktop computers (and their components)
•Portable personal computers
•Printers, fax machines and Scanners
•Display devices (televisions, monitors, etc)
•Personal or portable audio and Video
•Vehicle Audio and Video Systems (after market)
•Home Theater Systems
•Home Audio and Video Playback / Recording Systems (vcr, dvd, cd players, etc)
•Telephones, Answering Machines and Cell Phones
Unacceptable Materials for Electronics Recycling
•Floor standing or rack-mounted servers
•Routers and modems
•Medical, automotive and industrial diagnostic imaging equipment
•Video game consoles and handheld controllers
•Handheld video game units
•Fridges with built-in TVs
•Microwave ovens, large and small appliances
•CDs, Blu-ray discs, VHS, beta and cassette tapes, flash drives, floppy discs, storage cases and
Where to drop off your electronics
Bay St. George Waste Disposal Site
Address: Trans-Canada Highway, just southeast of the Steel Mountain Road to St. Georges.
Phone: (709) 214-1255
Hours of operation: Tuesday to Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Wild Cove Waste Disposal Site
Address: North Shore Highway (Route 440),
approximately 1 kilometer north of the Mount Patricia Cemetery.
Phone: (709) 632-1390
Hours of operation: Monday to Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Why should your electronics be recycled?
Electronics often contain valuable materials, like gold and copper, as well as harmful materials,
including lead, mercury and cadmium.
Recycling electronic waste keeps these toxins from polluting the air, soil and water. Materials
such as steel, aluminum, copper, glass and plastic are
used to create new products.
Updated: Friday, May 25, 2018 11:28 am NFLD
PEST CONTROL - RODENTS
|PEST CONTROL We'd like to advise our residents that we've received calls regarding rats within the Town. After speaking with Pest Control experts they've advised that all residents should follow these recommendations to avoid further rat issues and to prevent any infestation. Once the food source is stopped, rats will move on. Do not use bird feeders (this is a huge food source) for rats. Pick up and dispose of all dog/cat feces. Line garbage boxes with wire mesh. Ensure no food sources are available.
Updated: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 11:55 am NFLD
Town Ball Field
|We wish to advise our residents that the ball field directly across from the stadium is for the recreation of our ballplayers both adult and children. People wishing to run their dogs are asked to keep their pets off of this ballfield, the old ballfield maybe used as a dog run, but please remember to stoop & scoop behind your dog, it is the responsibility of the owner to clean up after their pets, thanking you in advance for your cooperation.
Updated: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 11:50 am NFLD
Municipal Properties for Resale
|Please be advised that a list of Municipal Properties for resale can be found at the bottom of this page in a PDF document.
Helmet Usage Mandatory - Siki Bennett Memorial Stadium
|We wish to advise our residents that helmet usage is mandatory effective immediately for all skating activities at Siki Bennett Memorial Stadium. We believe in safety first and protecting all users at this facility. Persons not wearing helmets will not be allowed on the ice surface. Have a happy ice season and keep your head protected.
Updated: Tuesday, November 7, 2017 10:17 am NFLD
CHURCH STREET (TANK HILL) ROAD CONDITION
|The Town would like to advise our residents & visitors that we have an issue at the top of Tank Hill on Church Street with slippery conditions, we are working hard ensuring that both snow clearing and salting/sanding are performed on a regular basis. Unfortunately due to the amount of run off from above the hill which includes Main Street and despite our best efforts this area is still quite slippery. If you must use this area while walking or driving, please use extreme caution. Once spring arrives this issue will be addressed by Council. Please be safe. |
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