Public Notice: Low Pressure in Upper Zone
- Published: Sunday, 09 January 2022 16:00
WATER WORKS NOTICE
Leak Detected Causing Low Pressure in Upper Zone
Sunday, January 09, 2022
(May 11, 2021) Off-highway Vehicle Use in Trenton
- Published: Tuesday, 11 May 2021 14:09
TOWN OF TRENTON NOTICE
Re: Off-highway Vehicle (OHV) Use
Canada-Nova Scotia Targeted Housing Benefit (CNSTHB)
- Published: Friday, 18 December 2020 09:21
Are you a low-income homeowner?
Do you spend more than 50 percent of your income to run your home?
Direct support is available for eligible homeowners through the Canada-Nova Scotia Targeted Housing Benefit. Working together, we are making housing more affordable for vulnerable people.
For more information visit: HousingNS.ca
Or call: (902) 943-0835
2021 Property Assessment Notices
- Published: Monday, 11 January 2021 15:06
2021 property assessment notices have been mailed by Property Valuation Services Corporation (PVSC). To talk to an assessor, please call 1-800-380-7775, Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm or email
Did you know you can find more information about your 2021 property assessment online?
Log into My Property Report at www.pvsc.ca with the Assessment Account Number (AAN) and PIN on your 2021 Assessment Notice.
Residential Lead Sampling
- Published: Wednesday, 24 June 2020 12:16
As part of Health Canada’s efforts to reduce lead concentrations in drinking water, municipalities are now conducting lead sampling in residentials homes. The Town of Trenton is seeking the participation of 22 homeowners who suspect they may have a lead service line, lead soldering in their plumbing, or lead fixtures, and would like their water tested. Trenton’s water distribution system continuously meets the Health Canada Guidelines for lead in drinking water. However, some houses are known to have lead piping, soldering, and fixtures, which can contribute to increased lead concentrations in drinking water. Sampling will involve collecting a 1L sample of water after a period of 6 hours where no water has been used. Sampling will be conducted once annually during the warmest months, with the possibility of increased sampling depending on the results. If more than 22 residents request to be part of the study, the Town’s Water Works Dept. will choose 22 residential homes which best represent the focus of the study. The resident’s chosen will be contacted, and informed when sampling can begin. Sampling bottles will be supplied by the Town of Trenton. For more information, or to sign up, please contact:
Director of Water Works