COVID-19 Update: Town Hall Closed to Public
- Published: April 26 2021 14:52
STELLARTON, NOVA SCOTIA – As we continue to see an increase of COVID-19 cases in our province, we are being proactive in keeping Stellarton residents and our community safe. Effective immediately, Town Hall and all municipally owned facilities will be closed to the public.
Please be advised of the following changes:
The Stellarton Police Department will be closed to the public effective immediately.
- A buzzer system is located at the front of Town Hall (250 Foord St.) and should be utilized if police help is needed.
- Police will still be responding to calls at this time and encourage the public to call ahead with their concerns (902-752-6161).
- Non-essential police services (like criminal record checks) are unavailable at this time.
Stellarton Town Hall will be closed to the public effective immediately.
- Residents are encouraged to call ahead with questions or concerns (902-752-2114). Town Staff will be available to answer calls and provide the best course of action for individuals.
- The Town will be accessible through the buzzer system located at the front of Town Hall for essential services. We kindly ask that all non-essential concerns are either phoned or emailed in ().
The Community Centre on Park St. is closed to the public effective immediately.
The Public Works Department will be providing essential services only and will be limiting their exposure to the public.
The Town of Stellarton will continue to post and share updates from the Government of Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Department of Health & Wellness as they are available. We encourage everyone to be vigilant of the information they are reading and sharing regarding COVID-19. The most accurate and up-to-date information can be found at https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus.
Please be conscious of your actions, ask questions, help others if you are able, and wash your hands. If we all take preventative measures to reduce the spread of this highly contagious disease, we will have a safer community for all.