A berm is being constructed along the Kennebecasis River behind the Gateway Mall to help ward off future flood waters in that commercial area hit hard by surface water in 2014.
Proposals are requested for the supply and delivery of portable pump(s) with trailer(s).
The Town of Sussex is reminding residents to travel with caution on the newly reconstructed areas of Leonard Drive and Eveleigh Street.
Important information for anyone wishing to run in the May 2020 elections for Municipal Government, District Education Council or the Regional Health Authority.
An exhaustive study into the flooded depths of the decommissioned potash mine in Penobsquis has revealed an exciting opportunity to produce geothermal energy for the Sussex area.
The Town of Sussex is undertaking a review of its Municipal Plan By-law with the intent to provide better direction and guidance for the Town and its residents over the next ten (10) years. The Municipal Plan By-law will be updated through a community-led planning process, which will allow Town Staff to capture community priorities and implement new objectives for the Town of Sussex. Help us with your future!
The Town of Sussex is pleased to advise the community that the construction of the Kiwanis Comfort Station in O’Connell Park has begun.
Alaina Lockhart, our Member of Parliament for Fundy Royal on behalf of the Minister of Employment and Social Development Canada today announces funding assistance from the Government of Canada through the small projects component of the Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF)
The Town of Sussex and its residents are appreciative of the funding consideration under this federal program addressing phase 1 of the Town’s disaster mitigation and the assistance of our Member of Parliament Alaina Lockhart, Fundy Royal for helping the residents of Sussex to achieve the necessary focus on flooding issues in Sussex and her assistance in securing this important project funding.
The Town of Sussex has secured $37,000 Environmental Trust Fund funding for the development of the Town’s Climate Change Adaptation Plan estimated at $50,000.