Residents of St. John’s and neighbouring municipalities are invited to provide input on programming to be offered at the new Paul Reynolds Community Centre.
HIGH FIVE® is Canada's quality standard for children's recreation and sport, and gives organizations an approach to enhance program quality and provide positive experiences for children.
See St. John's in a different light - be a hometown tourist this summer!
Philanthropist Elinor Gill Ratcliffe was awarded the Freedom of the City on Thursday, May 19.
Due to the Victoria Day holiday on Monday, May 23 all City offices and facilities will be closed. Garbage and recycling pick up will occur the day after regular collection day for all areas this week.
Cashin Avenue (between Campbell Avenue and Pennywell Road)
Pearltown Road between Brookfield Road and Old Bay Bulls Road
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The City of St. John’s reminds residents that our watershed areas are protected to ensure the safety of our water supply.
Since the announcement of the Pet Safe Keeping Program in February the City continues to seek applications from residents able to provide temporary accommodations for pets.
On Wednesday, June 1, Humane Services is hosting a microchip clinic for privately owned pets (cats and dogs) of St. John’s residents.
On Monday, May 16, Council will address a resolution to award philanthropist Elinor Gill Ratcliffe the Freedom of the City.
The City of St. John’s has identified measures to tighten up the vacancy allowance procedure through collaboration with representatives of the local business community.
The bridge on Pearltown Road at South Brook will be replaced in 2016, anticipated to begin in June, and due to the nature of the work the bridge will be closed to through traffic for 3 to 4 months.
Sewer program returns with enhancements to sewer back-up and pipe thawing program...
Access St. John’s is your one stop place for all City services. Find all of your answers to City related questions and services 24 hours a day.
The City Guide is a reference publication the City of St. John’s mails to resident homes four times a year - November, February, May and September.
The City of St. John’s wants to build a new approach to public engagement – one that facilitates dialogue with the right people, using the right tools
Tue, 2016/05/31 - 12:00pm
The City of St. John's is considering making a text amendment to the St. John’s...
Tue, 2016/05/31 - 12:00pm
A Discretionary Use Application has been submitted by Pyramid Construction...
The City of St. John's has received an application from 11368 NL Ltd. to rezone...