Community Bulletin

Home Warming

Home Warming

For homeowners who qualify, the HomeWarming team provides a comprehensive energy audit and works with you to determine the energy efficiency upgrades that make the most sense for you and your loved ones. Then the team takes care of managing sub-contractors to have the upgrades completed at no cost to you. The result: a warmer and more comfortable home, and more room in your household budget for other priorities. You can speak confidentially with a Service Advisor about your eligibility by calling HomeWarming at 1-877-434-2136 (toll free) or by visiting HomeWarming.ca. Intake will be completed by Efficiency Nova Scotia to provide an easy process for all applicants.

Housing Nova Scotia

Housing Nova Scotia

Housing NS provides programs for seniors, persons with disabilities & low income families. To find out if there's a program right for you, visit the Housing NS website or contact the local office at 902-755-5065.

New Pictou County Solid Waste Collection Schedule App

Pictou County Solid Waste

New Pictou County Solid Waste Collection Schedule App

Never miss collection day again! Just go to PCSW & type in your address - it's that easy to sign up!

Collector Series Tradigital Art Posters

By John Ashton of Bridgeville, Pictou County

Explore Pictou County Industrial Heritage: Trenton Repica Ladle

This 18” x 24” Town of Trenton collector series art poster is based on the popular world vintage tourism advertisements of the early to mid twentieth century. This vintage poster was designed and illustrated to convey the elite and adventurous side of travel. Trenton, Nova Scotia offers many outstanding tourism features throughout its entire town. The purchaser of this themed art poster is encouraged to become a Town of Trenton ambassador of good will whenever and wherever it is displayed.

Replica Ladle Full Colour 18”x24”posters - $29.95 + (S&H Extra)

Contact

John Ashton

Phone: 1-902-923-2837

1938 East River East Side Road
Bridgeville,
Pictou County,
NS, B0K 1B0

(Tradigital art refers to art that combines traditional and computer based techniques to create an image).

A hard copy is also available for viewing at Town Hall (120 Main Street)