IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ATV AND DIRT BIKE USERS! PLEASE SHARE!
The Town of Botwood is advising ATV and dirt bike users to use EXTREME CAUTION when driving in the vicinity of the old water tank areas, near the corner of King's Ridge Road and Valley Road. Effective immediately, this area should be avoided for the next two weeks ( June 4th - 18th) as excavation and construction in this area will be ongoing.

​NEWS AND NOTES

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VEHICLE STORAGE

The Exploits Valley Port Corporation, in conjunction with the Town of Botwood will be offering vehicle storage (Oct - April)

at the former Abitibi property on Water Street. 

Cost will be $20 per foot plus HST, minimum $350 plus HST. 

Payment must be made in advance by credit card.

Vehicles will be accepted on Saturday, October 16

or Saturday, October 23 only.

To arrange storage please contact the Town Office at 257-2839.


Notice of public hearing for Town Plan:

Deadline for submissions November 19, 2021.
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PRESS RELEASE ON 2020 BUDGET

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2020 Budget Release.pdf


2021 Municipal Election Results

Time for the Kinsmen Club, the Royal Canadian Legion and the Lions Club's annual Christmas Parade and the Town of Botwood's annual Tree Lighting. See you there!

2020 TAX STRUCTURE

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2020 Tax Structure.pdf


TOWN OF BOTWOOD 2021 TAX STRUCTURE, RATES AND DUE DATES.

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Water System Update - May 2021

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WATER SYSTEM UPDATE - MAY 27 2021.pdf

Notice regarding the nomination of candidates for the upcoming election. Nomination Day is August 31st. Please share!


Mayor Jim Sceviour signs the official proclamation to start the annual

Poppy Campaign 2021.

From the last Friday in October to Remembrance Day, millions of Canadians wear a Poppy as a visual pledge to never forget those who sacrificed for our freedom and honouring those who serve.
Every year, The Royal Canadian Legion conducts the Poppy Campaign, along with thousands of our members who volunteer from coast to coast to coast, to raise funds in support of Veterans and their families. Poppies are distributed freely, but your generous donations are invaluable.
Pictured: L-R: President of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 5, Law Power; Mayor Jim Sceviour and Randy Hancock, Poppy Chairman.