Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia - Where History Meets Opportunity

Phone: 902.532.2043

Engagement

Welcome to the Town of Annapolis Royal’s Engagement Page.  Here you can find relevant information for upcoming public hearings, initiatives, reviews, and other proposals.  You can also find the details for the relevant point of contact to answer any questions you may have, or to submit comments.

 

If you have a general question, or are unsure whom to contact, call 902-532-2043 ext 101 or email admin@annapolisroyal.com

If you would like to contact the Mayor, a Councillor, or other Staff click HERE

 

UPDATE: REZONING OF 558 ST. GEORGE

Notice of Adoption

December 11, 2023 – No responses have been received to the 14-day appeal period.

 

On November 15th, 2023, Council held the second reading Notice of Adoption for an Amendment to the Land Use By-Law regarding a zoning change from Residential Single Use (RSU) to Residential Medium Density (RMD)and approved the rezoning of 558 St. George. AND TAKE NOTICE any aggrieved person, the Director of Planning, or the Council of an adjoining municipality may, within fourteen (14) days of the publication of this notice, appeal the decision of Council to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board.

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UPDATE: PUBLIC CONSULTATION PRESENTATION

November 23, 2023

Flood Adaptation and Asset Management

A public meeting was held on November 23, 2023 where AIM Network and Landscape Architect gave a presentation on the Flood Risk Assessment and Adaptation Concepts.

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ANNAPOLIS ROYAL FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT

March 2023

The Town of Annapolis Royal (Annapolis Royal) has commissioned this report to propose adaptation measures to protect the Town from inland flooding of the Annapolis River. Several reports have been completed in the past to study the effects of inland flooding and effects of climate change on the Town’s infrastructure. This report proposes a clear path forward to mitigate risk at this National Historic Site from catastrophic floodwaters and proposes solutions that are adaptable to the uncertain impacts of climate change over the next eighty years.

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UPDATE: BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS BY-LAW

Proposed Changes to the Board of Police Commissioners

By-law

Public Meeting February 21, 2024 at 6:00 pm

A second reading and passing of the above-mentioned By-law on February 21, 2024 at 6:00 pm (Council meeting). Persons wishing to make a presentation, verbally or in writing, at the Council meeting on February 21, 2024, must contact administration at the phone number or email below by February 16, 2024.

Copies of the proposed bylaw are available below or at Town Hall, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, except public holidays, or by emailing admin@annapolisroyal.com.

Sandi Millett-Campbell, Chief Administrative Officer

PO. Box 310, Annapolis Royal, NS   BOS 1A0

Phone (902)532-2043 Ext. 104

Updated Board-of-Police-Commissioners By-law 2024

 

Previous Board-of-Police-Commissioners By-law

UPDATE: POLICY ON SNOW AND ICE CONTROL

Approved at the Council Meeting on December 20, 2023

The updated Snow and Ice Control Policy has been approved at the December 20, 2023 Council meeting. The new policy is below.

 Updated Policy #2023-09

 

Previous Policy

 

UPDATE: BY-LAW ADOPTED 17MAY23

Proposed Changes

to the

Orderly and Peaceful Conduct By-law

After receiving public input and further guidance from Council, the draft by-law has been updated.  Once the draft version is finalized, the process will begin anew with a First Reading, followed by a Second Reading 30 days later.  These dates have not yet been determined, but will be published (as per the MGA) once set.

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POLICIES ADOPTED 15MAR23

Proposed Changes

to the

Donations and Grants Policy

There is currently a proposal to update the Donations and Grant Policy.  Under consideration is whether to replace this existing policy with 2 new policies.  These new policies will better allow Council to fund activities which align with the Strategic Plan. The focus will be on free activities occurring in Town, but other activities may still qualify.

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