Spring clean bulk pickup June 11- 23, 2018

Notice from NorPen:

Please Follow These Guidelines

What’s Accepted:

Box Springs and Mattresses, Sofas, Tables, Chairs, Furniture
Dressers, Bathroom Fixtures, Children's Toys, Desks and Bookshelves,  Fridges, Stoves, Washers, Dryers and Additional Household Appliances, Doors, Window Boxes – glass must be removed, Carpet tied in rolls (less than 6 ft, less than 50 pounds), Tree limbs tied in bundles (less than 6 ft, less than 50 pounds), Glass (must be securely packaged and marked as “BROKEN GLASS”), and other bulk items normally associated with a household. All bulk items must be properly bundled. All loose items must be boxed.

What’s Not Accepted:

Brick, Concrete, Electronics, Vehicle parts Earthen materials
including stumps and large trees Roof shingles and construction materials, Tires, Liquids, Regular household garbage, White goods, Hazardous waste like paint,
chemicals, etc.

Things to Remember:

On the day of your pickup, place your items at the curb or side
of the road the day of your scheduled pick-up. Items are not to be placed to the curb after the second day of scheduled collection. Please note: Tree limbs, carpet, wood and
similar objects should be cut into pieces a maximum of 6 feet long, and up to 22.5 kilograms (50 pounds). Glass must be removed from windows, doors, etc, taped or broken and put in a box clearly labeled “sharp objects” All loose items must be boxed. No scattered items please. BROKEN GLASS and SHARPS can injure our collectors and must be placed in puncture-proof packaging . SYRINGES must be in puncture-proof packaging to go out with regular waste. Please do not leave items that are not intended for waste collection near
the waste bin or collection area as they may be collected as weekly or bulk waste.

Mental Health Week May 7 to 13

We encourage all residents in Town to show their support for Mental Health Week and those effected by mental health challenges to light the outside of their homes in green to show their support.

Green LED bulbs can be purchased from the Town Hall for $5.00.  Supplies are limited.

For more information on Mental Health Week, see the Canadian Mental Health Association website here: https://mentalhealthweek.ca/

Closure of Winter Trout Angling Season





Apr. 12, 2018

Closure of Winter Trout Angling Season

DFO advises anglers that the winter trout angling season for Zone 1 (Insular
Newfoundland) closes on April 15, 2018. Angling for trout in tidal waters is
still permitted. However, the daily bag limit applies.

The Regional Director General, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Newfoundland and
Labrador Region gives notice that Variation Orders 2017-256, 2017-257,
2017-258 and 2017-259 have been revoked and Variation Orders 2018-024,
2018-025, 2018-026 and 2018-027 come into effect on April 13, 2018.

Easter Holiday Schedule

March 27, 2018

Easter Holiday Schedule

Town of Main Brook

The Town Office will be CLOSED Good Friday March 30 and Easter Monday April 2, 2018

We will return to normal business hours on Tuesday April 3, 2018

Happy Easter