Community News

Notice: Vandalism / Inappropriate Behaviour

Council would like to ask for your assistance regarding vandalism at Elizabeth Swan Park and Rotary trail. During the past couple of weeks, we have noticed an increase in inappropriate behaviour from some young people using our Park. Parents! Please talk to your children about appropriate behaviour while enjoying Public Facilities. Council has invested

November 20, 2020

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Curling is Back! Register Now

CARA DROP-IN CURLING Eastlink Events Centre Every Thursday from 10:00-11:30 a.m. All Skill Levels Welcome. Must be at least 16 years of age. First session of the season is this Thursday, October 22nd. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you read the Return to Curling Guidelines before attending a session. Please register in advance whenever possible, …

October 21, 2020

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Be A Responsible Rider!

Clarenville and the surrounding areas offer great opportunities for users of ATV’s (and Snowmobiles) to explore and have fun. We are encouraging people to enjoy the sport safely while following the rules and respecting the rights of others. Let’s all be responsible ATV and snowmobile riders!

October 7, 2020

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Mayor’s Update: September 4, 2020

Dear Residents, We hope you enjoyed your summer and had a great staycation. Council would like to remind motorists to be extra cautious driving next week as our kids return to school. We wish all students and teachers a safe and exciting school year. I would like to take this time to provide our residents …

September 4, 2020

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Notice: Town Hall Temporarily Moving

Please be advised that on July 21st, 2020 the Town Hall will be temporarily moved to the Bill Davis Chalet to allow for renovations at the existing location on 99 Pleasant Street. As a result, the Town Hall will remain closed to the public until July 21st. If you require in-person service, please call 466-7937 …

June 29, 2020

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Corwin Avenue Officially Named

On December 11th, Council officially named a street in honor of the late Corwin Mills. Corwin was a community business leader, community volunteer and a passionate advocate for alpine & nordic skiing. His love of his hometown was evident and with his wife June, they worked tirelessly to help make Clarenville a great place to …

December 12, 2019

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The Bare Mountain Star

The Bare Mountain Star has been a community land mark since 1967. The star can be seen each Christmas as far away as the naked man lookout. The star had approximately 75 incandescent bulbs, over the years it has become a challenge to keep these bulbs working. This year Council decided to give the star …

December 8, 2019

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