Visiting our City

Admiral Johns points his sword toward a cannon, with text reading This party starts with a bang
The St. John’s Days festivities begin with a bang when Mayor Danny Breen and the Association for New Canadians fire the Noon Day Gun at Signal Hill National Historic Site on Friday, June 22.
Atlantic String Quartet
The Music @ concert series has expanded in recent years and 2018 will be the biggest season yet, with a planned 24 concerts taking place in seven different locations throughout the city.
close up of a downtown street cleaner in operation
Street cleaning removes dirt and debris from streets, reduces the amount of debris going into storm sewers, and prevents damage to infrastructure.
four sets of snowshoes on feet wearing boots and snowpants
Snow has returned to the city and with it the opportunity for outdoor winter recreation.
ChillFest logo with snowman saying "Events are FREE and for all ages!"
​St. John’s ChillFest is a community-wide celebration of winter, with a variety of indoor and outdoor events and activities taking place Feb. 14-18.

Visiting our City

People looking through the telescope on Signal Hill

Come discover one of the oldest cities in North America. A city unlike any other. Cradled in a harbour carved from 500 million year old rock. Surrounded by hills running down to the ocean. Charming side streets of a thousand colours. Friendly faces to greet you at every turn. Take a truly unforgettable journey to St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. All the information you need to plan your visit is right here.

Due to the Discovery Day holiday on Monday, June 25, most City offices and facilities will be closed. Garbage and recycling collection is unaffected by the holiday.
On Wednesday June 20, the City of St. John’s and the Association for New Canadians (ANC) open a new photo exhibit in the Wyatt Hall. Open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 21 to July 9.
Should the city have a Municipal Auditor General? Panel conducts public engagement...

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Four parking meters will be bagged prohibiting public parking on the north side of Duckworth Street to accommodate moving vans.
Ten parking meters will be bagged prohibiting public parking on Water Street to accommodate service vehicles for a film shoot.
Contractors may be working on the following arterial and collector streets from June 25th  to 29th under the City's annual Streets Rehabilitation and Infrastructure Maintenance Programs.  Work could...

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Expressiond of interest are being accepted to fill two vacancies on the Inclusion Advisory Committee: One representative from an Aboriginal/Indigenous organization One representative from a Poverty...
The City of St. John's has received an application from Gibraltar Development Ltd. to rezone 21-29 and 37 Malka Drive to the Residential Medium Density (R2) Zone. The purpose of the rezoning is to...
An application has been submitted to rezone land at 132 Ladysmith Drive from the Residential Narrow Lot (RNL) to the Residential Kenmount (RK) Zone. The purpose of the application is to allow for a...

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Association for New Canadians World Refugee Day Exhibit at City Hall         Residents of the City of St. John’s are invited to view a special display by...
Association for New Canadians World Refugee Day Exhibit at City Hall         Residents of the City of St. John’s are invited to view a special display by...
Workshop: Training Seasonal Staff Dates: June 26, 2018 Time: 9 am – 4:30 pm Location: MANL Offices, 200 Military Road, St. John’s To register: Please email manl@nf.aibn.com...

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