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News & Events
The Carleton North Community Foundation has donated $10,000 to the Town's Medical Equipment Project to help attract physicians to our area. Pictured are Mayor Karl Curtis and CNCF Treasurer Natalie Stacey. The Carleton North Community Foundation was launched in 2008 with a $2-million donation from The McCain Foundation as part of the celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of McCain Foods. The Foundation supports a variety of eligible organizations under categories such as Arts & Culture, Education, Beautification, Economic Development, Recreation, Health & Wellness, and Environment. For more information visit their website at http://cncfdn.com/.
FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL LAUNCHES ENTREPRENEURSHIP INCENTIVE PLAN
The Town of Florenceville-Bristol has launched a second new initiative to further identify and attract entrepreneurs and business operations to Town and immediate surrounding areas.
Candidates may apply for non-repayable access to capital to a maximum of $25,000, or non-capital assistance to a maximum of $10,000.
Click HERE for the full Press Release.
This program is in addition to our Class-of-One program previously announced. Click HERE for more information on this exciting program.
Do you have any coats your children have outgrown? With restrictions making it difficult to drop them off at our schools, they can now be dropped off at our Town Office located at 19 Station Road and we will make arrangements to get them to our schools. Thank you in advance for keeping children warm in our community!
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.
Town Council Meeting
Florenceville-Bristol Town Council meets the second Tuesday of every month. The next meeting is Tuesday, December 14 at 7 p.m.
If you would like to attend, please contact Michelle Derrah at 392-6763 ext 200 to ensure adequate seating is available under social distancing protocols or so we can notify you of the link in the event we have to move to a virtual meeting. As required by the province, proof of full vaccination for public meetings is required.
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.
Municipal Reform: Entity 76
The Province has released its plan for the Municipal Reform. We’ve created a document that answers some of the common questions we’re being asked:
Where are the new boundaries?
What stays the same?
Click HERE for answers to these topics, and how to submit your questions.
Click HERE for the most recent list of Questions and Answers.
Due to the Province of New Brunswick’s mandated regulations, the Northern Carleton Civic Centre (NCCC) will only be allowing fully vaccinated patrons, patrons with medical exemptions, or patrons under 12 years of age who are accompanied by a fully vaccinated parent/guardian access to the facility effective Wednesday, September 22. In addition, Public Health has instructed that masks are required in indoor public spaces such as the NCCC effective Wednesday, September 22.
Please note: No copies of vaccination records will be kept.
As of Wednesday, September 22 the only point of entrance to the NCCC will be the main lobby.
Please see below for provincial guidelines on acceptable proof of vaccine and ID.
Entrance Requirements to NCCC effective September 22
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 Town Office accepts payment by Visa, MasterCard, Discover and debit cards.