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Sussex has received an application from the owner group of the Westgate Apartment Complex to vary the development proposal by the construction of ten (10) self-contained storage units on the Westgate Estates development lands on Lansdowne South.  These self-contained storage units were not included in the original application and public presentation therefore Sussex Council is seeking public input on the new application.

A public meeting to consider objections is scheduled for July 11, 2024, at 6 PM at 524 Main Street.

Written objections, which will form part of the public record, can be submitted to the Town Clerk until 5 PM on Thursday, July 11, 2024. While you will not receive a response to your submission, it will be considered by Sussex Council at this open public meeting. Objections can be submitted in person or by mail to 524 Main Street, Sussex NB E4E 3E4, or by email to  

Residents wishing to speak for or against this application are invited to attend this open public meeting.

Conceptual drawings of the proposal can be inspected in person at the Clerk’s Office at 524 Main Street.

Tara Olesen
Town Clerk

Notice – Hearing of Objections on Proposed Municipal Plan By-law Amendment, By-law 704-24 and Zoning By-law Amendment, By-law 1350-24

Sussex intends to consider amending the Town of Sussex Municipal Plan By-law, By-law 704-20 and Zoning By-Law, By-law #1350-21 and consolidating Village of Sussex Corner Rural Plan, By-law 125-14.

The proposed by-law amendments may be inspected by interested citizens during the hours of 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, at Town Office, 524 Main Street, Sussex or through the links below.

A Public Presentation of the proposed by-laws was held in the Council Chambers of Sussex located at 524 Main Street on Thursday, June 15th, 2024 at 6:00pm.

Written objections to the proposed by-law amendments can be forwarded by email to, by mail to Town Clerk, Sussex, 524 Main Street, Sussex NB, E4E 3E4 or delivered in person to the undersigned at 524 Main Street. Objections will be received until 5:00 PM on Monday, July 15th, 2024.

A Hearing of Objections will be held in the Council Chambers of Sussex located at 524 Main Street on Monday, July 15th, 2024, at 6:30 PM, to hear these written objections. Any persons wishing to speak for or against these written objections may do so at that time.

Tara Olesen, Town Clerk

Sussex Municipal Plan Proposed Amendments

Sussex Municipal Plan Consolidated Draft Version

Proposed Future Land Use Map

Sussex Zoning By-law Proposed Amendments

Sussex Zoning By-law Consolidated Draft Version

Proposed Zoning Map

Ball Hockey Staff

If you are interested in working the 2024 Sussex Ball Hockey League please fill out the below form.

Ball Hockey Employment Application

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Online Portal for Criminal Record Checks

The option to obtain online Name-based criminal record checks can now be requested and executed without having to leave home! By way of third party services available through the RCMP, there no longer has to be a delay in the Check process. Please note, this is for name-based criminal record checks only, and does not include vulnerable sector checks.

Name-based criminal record checks are the quickest and easiest way to determine if a person has a criminal record in Canada. These criminal record checks are performed using a person’s name and date of birth against the RCMP’s Canadian Police Information Centre system. The checks include a search of the National Repository of Criminal Records along with other national and local police databases.

To find out more, and to view the third party services available, please visit the RCMP’s website:

Public Service Announcement – Trail Access

Blockage of Access to Walking Trails Behind Sussex Armouries

May 16, 2023 – Moncton – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) wish to inform the public that certain access points to the public walking trail behind the Sussex Armouries, 9 Leonard Dr, will be blocked off from Tuesday, May 17 until May 23rd.

The parking lot and field that are often used to access public walking trails behind the Sussex Armouries will be fenced off in preparation for the upcoming 8CH(PL) 175th Anniversary Celebration. The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) apologize for the inconvenience and invite the people of Sussex and surrounding areas to join them in celebrating 175 years of service on May 21.

The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) are proud to mark 175 years of service to their province and what is now Canada and are honoured by the visit of Regimental Colonel-In-Chief Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal. The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) are grateful for their special historical relationship with the town of Sussex.


Lieutenant Jordan Mitchell

Public Affairs Officer

37 Canadian Brigade Group

Phone: 506-871-3252


Media Relations

Department of National Defence

Phone: 613-996-2353


Community Clean Up Registration

The event happens May 13th at 9:00 am this year and the starting point will be the 8th hussars Sports Centre. Please register your group below.

Community Clean Up

Extended Hours for Free Public Skate

This is an opportunity to have some family time before the ice season ends here at the 8th Hussars Sport Centre.

March 24th 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM

March 25th 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

March 26th 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM

For private rentals please call 432-4573

Public Skate Times

Public skating takes place Monday to Friday from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.

Tiny tots and parent skate takes place Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm.

Tykes with Sticks which is for newer hockey player that can go on the ice with hockey sticks and pucks, to get some ice time with their friends and family. Tykes with sticks takes place Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm.

Sunday Family Skate takes place on Sundays from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm.

All skate are free and are at your own risk. Times are subject to change for events or rentals

911 Service

911 service is currently not working in the Sussex and surrounding area and other parts of the province. In an emergency, call the Sussex Fire Department at 506-432-4542. Provincial NB911 is working to resolve the matter.

UPDATE 911 Service January 31, 2023 911 service is currently working. Sussex will continue to monitor the situation with our provincial partners.