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Public Works

The Municipal Public Works Department is responsible for such services as municipal water, wastewater, sidewalks, municipal buildings, parks, recreational infrastructure and other municipal properties. The Municipal Public Works Department is also responsible for maintenance of the Municipality of Guysborough’s buildings and capital assets.

Contacts

Glen Avery
Director of Public Works                
Tel: 902-533-3705 ext. 233
Fax: 902-533-2749
Cell: 902-870-1971
Email: gavery@modg.ca

Steve O Handley
Public Works Supervisor
Tel: 902-533-3705 ext. 234
Fax: 902-533-2749
Cell: 902-870-3285
Email: sohandley@modg.ca

Kate Jamieson                                 
Public Works Administrative Support 
Tel: 902-533-3705 ext. 242
Fax: 902-533-2749
Email: kjamieson@modg.ca

Kyle Pellerin 
By-Law Enforcement Officer
Cell: 902-870-0324
Email: kpellerin@modg.ca

Emergency Phone Numbers

902-533-3705 ext. 233 or 234 (during office hours)
902-870-1900
902-870-1971
902-870-5597
902-870-0560

Water & Wastewater

Guysborough Wastewater Management District
Current rates – $210.28 /equivalent Unit
Capital connection charge – $4,000.00

Hazel Hill Wastewater Management District
Current rates – $213.10 /equivalent Unit
Capital connection charge – $2,500.00

Little Dover Wastewater Management District
Current rates – $200.63 /equivalent Unit
Capital connection charge – $2,500.00

Sewer System Application.pdf

Please note that this document is provided for informational purposes only. In order to get a hardcopy of this application form, which needs to be completed in triplicate, please contact Peter Avery, Building Inspector, at 902-533-3705 ext. 235. 

Street Lights

Policy_H-1 Street Lighting.pdf
Street Light Request.pdf
Report a street light outage (link to Nova Scotia Power)

Municipal In-kind Assistance Program

The Municipality of Guysborough offers an “in-kind” assistance program that includes:
labour; porta potti drop off and pick-up; labour to community and non-profit groups. All work must be requested through your local Councillor and labour will be limited to 24 hours per project. All materials will be supplied by the Community Group and all work must be within the Municipal Public Works capabilities/training, etc. Work will be scheduled through the Municipal Public Works Director and shall not interfere with regularly scheduled work