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During your visit to the Pedestrian Mall this weekend check out some pop-up performances and entertainment on Duckworth Street and Water Street.
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The City is using vote by mail for the upcoming election on September 28. You should check the voters list to ensure you are registered to vote and verify your mailing address.
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The 'Big Data, Big Ideas' project provides insights that can benefit municipalities, the business community, and other stakeholders.
Text: Fast Facts About the New Basketball Deal for Mile One
...clarifying some misconceptions on the Board's dealings with the Edge and the Growlers.

Public Advisory

Lane Closure (Prince Philip Drive &...

Tue, 2021/08/03 - 9:00am
Prince Philip Drive (between Clinch Crescent & Clinch Crescent/Westerland Road)

Lane Closure - Columbus Drive

Wed, 2021/07/28 - 12:15pm
Columbus Drive (between Topsail Road and Bay Bulls Road)

Downtown Pedestrian Mall - Street Closures /...

Fri, 2021/07/02 - 12:00pm
Water Street between Adelaide Street and Prescott Street & Duckworth Street between New Gower Street and Bates Hill & Duckworth Street between Cathedral Street and Prescott Street

Lane Closure - Water Street

Fri, 2021/05/21 - 9:00am
Water Street (between Prince Street and Buchanan Street)

Lane Reduction & Lane Closure - Kenmount...

Tue, 2021/05/18 - 7:00am
Kenmount Road (between Pippy Place and the Team Gushue Highway Overpass)

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The Royal St. John’s Regatta is set to occur on Wednesday, August 4; some City services and facilities are closed whichever day the Royal St. John’s Regatta occurs.
The Honourable Seamus O’Regan, and Sheilagh O’Leary, Deputy Mayor of St. John’s, today announced $5 million to create an estimated 14 new affordable homes for individuals and families in St. John’s.
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The City would like to hear from the neighbourhood residents on what considerations we should keep in mind in the process of naturalizing three areas.
a large tree in a field with a swing hanging from a branch, a mother pushes a child in the swing. Text reads: Enjoy some Residential Re-Leaf with a tree.
The Residential Re-Leaf program, in which St. John's residents can apply for a $200 tree voucher towards the purchase of a tree for their property, has re-opened.
Public engagement is underway to collect feedback from the community regarding City-owned land at 375 Waterford Bridge Road and 245 Forest Road.
When SJSEL negotiates lease agreements for use of Mile One, part of its role is to ensure that the City, and residents are not held responsible for the debts of external groups, such as sports teams.
The trees currently being placed in City Parks are part of an initiative to naturalize areas to reduce our carbon footprint. Since the project began, some neighbourhoods have expressed concerns.
Announcements from the City of St. John's related to services impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The City of St. John’s wants to build a new approach to public engagement – one that facilitates dialogue with the right people, using the right tools
City Guide
The City Guide is a reference publication the City of St. John’s mails to resident homes four times a year - November, February, May and September.


Public Notices

Application - 50 O'Leary Avenue

Application A Discretionary Use Application has been submitted for a Retail...

Application - 120 Barnes Road

Application An application has been submitted for a text amendment to the St....

Public Meeting - 6 Lambe's Lane

Application A Public Meeting will take place online regarding a rezoning...

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