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Be our Guest; in the French Fry Capital of the World.  Capture some of the St.John River Valley’s natural beauty. From beginning to end the river is rich in history and one of the most beautiful to journey. Enjoy the fresh air as you stroll the boardwalk, kayak, canoe, take a walk on our multi use walking trails, play at our fabulous parks or enjoy a picnic.

News & Events

The playground structures at the NCCC Park are now closed. Ground work & relocation of the equipment will take place in the near future.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

Changes to Property Assessments and Tax Bills

The Province is changing the way it sends out Tax Assessment notifications and Tax Bills.  You will receive the Assessment notice in October, and the bill will come separately in March.

Click HERE for more information.



The Town Office located at 19 Station Road will be open to the public starting May 28, 2020.  The Northern Carleton Civic Centre (NCCC) is open to the public as of October 13, 2020.  Please follow the posted safety protocols when entering these buildings.  Per the province's directive, masks are required in all indoor public spaces.

Click HERE to view the NCCC's Covid Operational Plan.

Click HERE for incentive programs available to help individuals and businesses reduce energy consumption.

For accurate and up-to-date information on the Coronavirus, please visit the provincial and federal government websites: and

Click HERE for a Federal and Provincial resource summary from MP Richard Bragdon as of May 15.

Click HERE for a Federal and Provincial programs summary and contact information for the various agencies as provided by the Province of New Brunswick as of April 1.

Help line established to assist people in self-isolation:

The provincial government has partnered with the Canadian Red Cross to support New Brunswickers affected by the requirement to self-isolate. This service is available to all residents and visitors.


The Canadian Red Cross can assist people in accessing a wide range of supports and services. People who have issues or concerns should call 1-800-863-6582.

March 23 Update:

A toll-free information line and email address have been set up by the Province to help answer non-health related questions, including questions about compliance with the state of emergency. The number, 1-844-462-8387, is operational seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The email address is

Concerns about workplace safety should continue to be directed to WorkSafeNB at 1-800-999-9775.


As restrictions change regarding which types of businesses may remain open, any clarifications needed should be addressed to the Business Navigator Line at 1-833-799-7966.

211 NB now accessible across the province

15 October 2020 News Release

FREDERICTON (GNB) – 211 NB, a free, bilingual, confidential resource to help New Brunswickers navigate the network of community, social, non-clinical health and government services was launched today by the provincial government in partnership with the federal government and the United Way.

Click HERE to view the full article.

The Friendly Calls Program provides regular, pre-scheduled calls to individuals who are feeling isolated due to the pandemic. The service is provided as a routine safety check and to reduce loneliness. In some cases staff and volunteers will connect callers with resources available to them in their community to further assist. This service is available to everyone over the age of 19 ( legal age of majority).


  • If you or a loved one are feeling isolated or lonely due to COVID-19, contact us at 1-833-729-0144 Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. AST to register.

  • Trained Red Cross personnel will then arrange to call you at regular mutually agreed times in English or French.

  • If desired, we can also provide contacts for other support services in your community.


Volunteers and staff are trained in a variety of areas including psychological first-aid to support themselves and others coping with the effects of emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing types of stress.

Town Council Meeting

Florenceville-Bristol Town Council meets the second Tuesday of every month.  Please note the December meeting will be one week later than usual.  The next meeting is Tuesday, December 15 at 7 p.m. at the Town Office located at 19 Station Road.

If anyone would like to address Council at a meeting, please contact Michelle Derrah at 506-392-6763 ext 200 at least one week in advance to be added to the agenda.

Click logo to see the new Carleton North Rural Community Project website

Sign up for the Town's new Notification System!  Click HERE for details on how to stay up-to-date with what's happening in Florenceville-Bristol.

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19 Station Road, Florenceville-Bristol, NB E7L 3J8

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