Doing Business

Worker with safety vest and gloves uses an iPad
Beginning this month, City of St. John’s Building Inspectors will be armed with a new technology that will improve the inspection process for both the public and inspectors alike.
Mayor of St. John's Dennis O'Keefe and Mayor of Happy Valley-Goose Bay Jamie Snook in good spirits while signing a Letter of Intent
The Mayor of St. John's, Dennis O'Keefe, and the Mayor of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Jamie Snook, signed a Letter of Intent expressing their commitment to the pursuit of opportunities of...
The '311 St. John's' app for iPhones is a new way to connect with the City. The 311 phone line, in-person service at City Hall, and web submission are other ways to contact Access St....
The City has released Economic Outlook 2014 and population projections for the St. John’s Metropolitan Area.
The City of St. John’s is pleased to announce that it has created an online, searchable business directory.

 

 

Doing Business

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The City of St. John's is a fantastic place to do business. Whether you are an established company or just starting out with your first business we can help you find all of the information you need to be successful from information on the permits and regulations required to do business in the City, to some of the services we provide and helpful information on our economy.

Learn more about Doing Business in the City of St. John’s by exploring this section of our website.

On Thursday, May 28, Members of St. John’s City Council welcomed tourism leaders from throughout the City to the Twenty-Fourth Annual Tourism Awards presentation at City Hall.
The City of St. John’s has begun a year-long campaign to address a growing decline in curbside recycling.
Beginning this month, City of St. John’s Building Inspectors will be armed with a new technology that will improve the inspection process for both the public and inspectors alike.

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Motorists are advised that there will be a road closure on Cashin Avenue Extension between Campbell Avenue and Blackmarsh Road starting on June 2, 2015 and expected to last approximately two weeks. ...
Motorists are advised that the above bridge will be closed beginning on June 1st to facilitate repairs.  There will be no through traffic and an alternate route will be implemented via Doyle’s Road...
The City will be working on the following streets from June 1 to June 5 under the street rehabilitation program. Commuters may experience traffic delays in these areas. Street Rehabilitation (Work...

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The City of St. John’s, in partnership with the MMSB and MUN Botanical Garden, are offering backyard composting information sessions and bins to residents of St. John’s for the low price of $30 plus...
A public meeting will be held by the City of St. John’s to provide an opportunity for public review and comment on a proposed rezoning of property located at 465-467 Main Road in Goulds.   The...
The City has received an application to develop a dog kennel at 163 Doyle’s Road in the Agriculture (AG) Zone.   The kennel will be located in a stand-alone building (142.1 m2) with an outdoor area...

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Join in with the clean-up on the Sugarloaf Trail on Saturday, May 30 from 9 a.m. to noon.  You must be at least 17 years old to participate. Youth aged 12-16 may attend if accompanied by a...
Spring Gardening Workshop at MUN Botanical Garden 'Waking Up Your Spring Garden Bed'. Outdoor walk and talk with demonstrations. Fee: $35 public / $30 FOG members Preregistration...
Plants and trees turn green and colourful this time of year. Birds and bugs start showing up to help plants grow seeds. Come discover how plants and animals work together in nature! This...

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