​NEWS AND NOTES

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Mayor Jim Sceviour and Deputy Mayor Chris Ivany recently met with Chief Jenny Brake of Qalipu First Nation to discuss socio-economic opportunities, with a view relationship-building and development for our growing communities and industry. Chief Brake also received a tour of Botwood by Mayor Sceviour, taking in the local scenery, world-class murals, Botwood Heritage Park and the future memorial site of the Commemoration of Demasduit.

 


Starting this Saturday June 1st. if you need an AMBULANCE you'll have to Call 911. The local number you have known in the past will no longer be in service.
Remember when reporting any emergency give,
[🔹️] YOUR NAME
[🔹️] LOCATION OF EMERGENCY (house number, street name and community)
[🔹️] CALL BACK NUMBER (incase you get disconnected)
[🔹️] TYPE OF EMERGENCY
This change is only for AMBULANCE if you need the Fire Department you can still call 709-257-2222 or 911.

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TOWN OF BOTWOOD 2023 TAX STRUCTURE, RATES AND DUE DATES.

Town of Botwood 2023 Tax Structure Rates and Due Dates.pdf

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​The Town of Botwood is pleased to advise residents that the Lion's Club Splash Pad at the playground

will be opening at 1:00 p.m. today, July 3, 2021.

​Mayor James Sceviour is pleased to proclaim the month of June to be Recreation Month.

Deputy Mayor Chris Ivany, Councillor Gary Boone and Councillor Warren Broderick were at the Harry Ivany Arena today to wish Clarence Gill a Happy Retirement on his last day of work. Clarence has been working for the Town of Botwood for over 23 years and is looking forward to some rest, and fishing!

Mayor Jim Sceviour, Deputy Mayor Chris Ivany, Councillor Gary Boone and Councillor Scott Sceviour were at the Harry Ivany Arena today to wish Brad Langdon a Happy Retirement on his last day of work.

Brad has been working for the Town of Botwood for 17 years and is looking forward to some rest and relaxation.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC CONSULTATION

Join us in Town of Botwood for a public consultation on economic development for the Botwood Area, inclusive of Town of Northern Arm, Town of Peterview, and nearby Route 352. This session is open to all residents of the Exploits region who wish to participate. This session is part of a series of public consultations around the region. Share your insights and ideas to help shape the future of our communities. Your input is vital to creating sustainable growth and improving our local economy.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/927816071847?aff=oddtdtcreator
Date: Wednesday, June 26
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Kinsman Club, 5 Circular Road, Botwood
Be a part of the conversation and make a difference in our region's economic future! Refreshments will be provided.
Background: On June 1, 2024, CBDC Central, in partnership with several municipalities and private-sector partners around the region, launched a regional economic development initiative to better prepare our region to embrace the economic opportunities in front of us and secure a stronger future for the residents of the Exploits Valley. These public consultations will gather information that will inform a strategic economic plan to guide future investment in the region.
Public Consultation Schedule:
• Thursday, June 20, 2024, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM, Town Hall, Leading Tickles
• Tuesday, June 25, 2024, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM, Lion's Club, Bishop's Falls
• Wednesday, June 26, 2024, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM, Kinsman Club, Botwood
• Thursday, July 4, 2024, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM, Exploits Ski Chalet, Grand Falls-Windsor
• Others TBD

TOWN OF BOTWOOD - 2022 BUDGET

TOWN OF BOTWOOD - BUDGET 2022 OVERVIEW.pdf

Water System Update - May 2021

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WATER SYSTEM UPDATE - MAY 27 2021.pdf

TOWN OF BOTWOOD 2024 TAX STRUCTURE, RATES AND DUE DATES.

TOWN OF BOTWOOD 2024 TAX STRUCTURE, RATES AND DUE DATES..pdf

Downloadable application for student summer application for employment .

town of Botwood 2024 student applications.pdf


Mayor Jim Sceviour signing the proclamation for Municipal Awareness Week.
Every year, during the second week of May, Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador, the Professional Municipal Administrators and the Department of Municipal and Provincial Affairs come together to celebrate the work and leadership of the municipal sector in our province. Our municipal administrators and staff are an essential workforce in our province.

We value and celebrate their work and we want to show young people living in or moving to our province that the municipal sector is a future place of work for them.
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Friday, July 5, 2024 - Watermain Break 

The Town of Botwood wishes to advise residents in the Church Road area of a watermain break.

The maintenance crew are currently working on the waterline and hope to have it repaired as soon as possible.  Other areas of Town may experience discoloration, low pressure or loss of water.

​The apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.