Heritage Month Recognizing Newly Designated Properties
...property is a good surviving example of an early 20th century Second Empire single-detached dwelling.
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Shea Heights / Blackhead, a neighbourhood overlooking the city, was settled in the 1930's and officially became a part of St. John's in 1984.
Understanding Civic Assessments
Civic improvements including installing water, sanitary and storm sewer mains, and street improvements, such as widening of the road, or new sidewalks, curb and gutter.
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Explore opportunities to get out, get moving and get social to build health and wellness into your daily routine.
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With our relatively mild and wet winters, no body of water in eastern Newfoundland is completely safe to travel on during winter.

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Recreation facilities and community centres reopen on February 9 at noon. Some recreation programs and services are cancelled, read more...
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Celebrate winter with free activities taking place Feb.19 to 21. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most ChillFest events for 2021 are taking place virtually.
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The City of St. John’s has issued an extension for the Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking a tenant for food/beverage service at the Bannerman Park Canteen.
Consultant’s Report on the Sale of Mile One Now with Council; Release to Public Anticipated in Three Weeks
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The St. John’s Regional Fire Department reminds residents of what measures to take before, during and after a storm.
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The public consultation process for Kelly’s Brook Shared-Use Path is now underway. A variety of engagement tools will be used to consult with residents and the city’s advisory committees.
Committee of the Whole (COTW) meetings are now scheduled to take place every other Wednesday starting at 9:30 a.m.
Announcements from the City of St. John's related to services impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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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.

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