Effective January 1st 2023, The Town of Florenceville-Bristol, The Village of Bath, The Village of Centreville and surrounding LSD areas merged to form the District of Carleton North. Click Here to go to the District of Carleton North Website.
Effective January 1st 2023, The Town of Florenceville-Bristol, The Village of Bath, The Village of Centreville and surrounding LSD areas merged to form the District of Carleton North.
Click Here to go to the District of Carleton North Website.
News & Events
The Town of Florenceville-Bristol has received $268,115 toward a $668,115 project from the Regional Development Corporation, through the Rural Economy Fund. The balance of project cost will come directly from the Town to complete phase one of Riverside Park and Shogomoc Site Revitalization. Click HERE for more details.
The Town of Florenceville-Bristol has received $30,000 toward a $60,000 project from the Government of Canada, through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). The balance of project cost will come directly from the Town. Click HERE to view the Press Release.
Regular Town Council Meeting
Florenceville-Bristol Town Council meets the second Tuesday of every month. The next Regular Council Meeting is Tuesday, December 13 at 7 p.m.
The public is always welcome to attend. If you would like to attend, please contact Michelle Derrah at 392-6763 ext 200 to ensure there is adequate seating.
If anyone would like to address Council at a meeting, please contact Michelle Derrah at 392-6763 ext 200 at least one week in advance to be added to the agenda.
Due to Municipal Reform, this will be the last Council meeting for the Town of Florenceville-Bristol. To view the Agenda of the last council meeting on December 13th Click Here.
Please visit www.carletonnorth.com to view the new Council of the District of Carleton North's meeting schedule.
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.
Municipal Reform: Entity 76
District of Carleton North
Please visit www.carletonnorth.com for the most recent updates on progress made, and opportunities for public engagement.
For accurate and up-to-date information on the Coronavirus, please visit the provincial and federal government websites:
www.gnb.ca/coronavirus and www.canada.ca/coronavirus.
Patient Connect NB is a provincially managed, bilingual patient registry for New Brunswickers without a family doctor.
Registration on this site also helps determine which communities have a need for additional family doctors, so it is important to be registered to ensure doctor recruitment needs are met in our area.
New Brunswickers without a family doctor can register with Patient Connect NB and will be assigned to a doctor on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Click HERE to register online or if you know of someone who does not have access to internet, they can contact our office at 392-6013 to get registered.
The West District RCMP are working diligently in our region to investigate and prevent crime. Below are several documents and website links to show how they are serving and protecting our community.
This interactive map allows you to click on a specific area to view information on certain occurrence types, as well as year-to-date tallies. The map is updated every Thursday.
This provides the total number of calls for service received during a 24-hour period, as well as a brief description of some calls. The report is produced for every day of the year, and is published Monday-Friday.
Gives New Brunswickers, in RCMP area of jurisdiction, an alternate way to report certain non-emergency crimes without calling the police, or visiting a detachment.
The Department of Justice and Public Safety developed the public safety crime dashboards to improve the understanding of police-reported crime.
The Department of Justice and Public Safety is working with policing agencies of jurisdiction to crimes that affect our communities. New Brunswickers can help make their communities safer by reporting crime to police and by looking out for their friends and neighbours.