a pile of used batteries with nearby text: Batteries aren't regular garbage. For more on how to get rid of dangerous materials visit CurbItStJohns.ca
Batteries are household hazardous waste. Never put lithium-ion batteries in the garbage; they are rechargeable batteries that are very flammable once damaged or compressed.
aerial view of the Riverhead Wastewater Treatment Facility showing effluent pathways and digestor tanks
Since 2009 the Riverhead Wastewater Treatment Facility has diverted approximately 15,000 tonnes of solid waste from entering the ocean - 15 garbage trucks per month!
Advantage logo, stylized A: text - St. John's, NL: on the leading edge of ocean technology
...national feature on St. John's as a leader in ocean technology...
Image if a grey couch in a home with a blanket and a stuffed teddy bear on the couch.
There is a need to build strong partnerships to produce, protect and promote affordable housing for the people of St. John’s. The City has developed a 10 year Affordable Housing Strategy.
listing of all social media accounts for the City of St. John's
To better align with key themes of the City’s Corporate Strategic Plan an the interests of residents, visitors and other stakeholders a new social media framework for the City is launched.

Public Advisory

Traffic Detour / Street Closure - Water...

Mon, 2021/06/14 - 7:00am
Water Street (Clift's-Baird's Cove to Job's Cove/Prescott Street)

Lane Closure - Water Street

Fri, 2021/05/21 - 9:00am
Water Street (between Prince Street and Buchanan Street)

Lane Reduction & Lane Closure - Kenmount...

Tue, 2021/05/18 - 7:00am
Kenmount Road (between Pippy Place and the Team Gushue Highway Overpass)

Welcome to City of St. John's

News

The City of St. John’s has begun the process of mailing assessments to residential and commercial property owners. 2022 is the first year in a new two-year assessment cycle.
Arial photo of Bowring Park in St. John's, showing proposed location of Labyrinth
City Council has approved a request from the Bowring Park Foundation to support the construction of a labyrinth in the proposed location known as the ‘Squires Property’ in the west end of the park.
Arial photo of Quidi Vidi Village in St. John's
City Council is considering implementing a pedestrian-only zone in the ‘inner gut’ as a pilot project over a series of weekends this summer in Quidi Vidi Village.
Image of walking trail at kennys pond
On Monday, June 7, Council will consider a proposal from Tiffany Village Retirement Residence Partnership to cost-share an upgrade of the Kenny’s Pond Walking Trail to an asphalt surface.
The proposed St. John’s Heritage By-Law will provide better protection for built heritage, update our heritage standards, and maintain a focus on heritage preservation and protection.
Image of the narrows coming in to St. John's, Blue ocean with green hills
Today, during City Council meeting, the 2020 Tourism Award (The Legend Award) was presented to Paul Pope of Pope Productions.
Announcements from the City of St. John's related to services impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Engagement Logo
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
City Guide
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.

Pages

Public Notices

Vehicle Auction Online

In accordance with the provision of Section 166 (4) of the City of St. John’s...

Application - 11 Ropewalk Place

Application A Discretionary Use Application has been submitted to the City of...

Application - 336 Logy Bay Road

Application A Discretionary Use Application has been submitted to the City of...

Upcoming Events

Pages