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Mark your calendar -- The annual Saint John Soap Box Derby is back!

25-May-2016

This Saturday, May 28 (rain date: May 29), come cheer on your favourite team as children from schools across the Greater Saint John area race down Cranston Avenue in hopes of crossing the finish line first

Street Sweeping Progress Update

20-May-2016

The City’s annual Spring Street Sweeping Program is well underway, and we thank citizens for their ongoing patience as crews work hard to remove the build-up and debris that collected during the winter months.

Update: Boil Water Investigation

20-May-2016

Saint John Water is in the final stages of completing an investigation into the cause of last week’s Boil Water Order.

Weekly Construction Update

20-May-2016

Summary of construction projects as of May 20, 2016

City Hours and Service Schedules for Holiday Weekend

19-May-2016

The City of Saint John reminds citizens that City Hall, Rothesay Avenue, and Adelaide Street offices and community centres will be closed on Monday, May 23.

Disability Awareness Week

16-May-2016

Saint John Ability Advisory Committee's Schedule of Events: May 30 - June 4, 2016

For a complete list of City-wide traffic advisories, visit www.saintjohn.ca

13-May-2016

Beginning Monday, May 16, and for the duration of the current construction season (May-October), the City of Saint John will post all traffic advisories on a single, dedicated “Traffic Advisories” page on www.saintjohn.ca

Weekly Construction Update

13-May-2016

Summary of construction projects as of May 13, 2016

Boil Water Order Rescinded (Lifted)

12-May-2016

Please be advised that the Boil Water Order has been rescinded (lifted) for all Saint John Water customers currently under a boil water order including the areas east of the Reversing Falls and including the north end, Millidgeville, South/Central Peninsula and east Saint John.

Update: Boil Water Order

11-May-2016

The boil water order will remain in effect until acceptable chlorine residuals have been measured. Residents will be notified once the water is safe to drink again.

 
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