The Town is going to keep statistics on the use of this service. If the service is used by many residents, our hope is that a resident will start a business offering this service and the Town could assist in acquiring operating grants.
A big thank you to the United Way for helping keep our seniors and community safe while we make it through the COVID19 pandemic together.
An anonymous person recently made a generous and potentially life-saving donation to the Town of Main Brook and the volunteer fire department to purchase a new defibrillator. When seconds make a difference, having a defibrillator can save lives.
You know who you are, on behalf of the Mayor and Councillors we wish to say a big thank you!
Town of Main Brook wishes to advise our residents, that due to the current Covid-19
situation, the Town Office will be closed to the public until further notice.
are asking that our residents communicate by phone, email, or if you wish to
make a payment on your Municipal Taxes, you can pay by Visa or Master Card over
the phone, rather than come in person. However, if you need to meet in person
for an important matter, to call the
office and make an appointment with the Town Clerk/Manager.
Town of Main Brook wants to ensure we take every measure to contain the
possible spread of the COVID 19 virus. Protecting the health and well-being of
our residents and staff is very important to us.
to prevent further spreading of COVID-19?
good hygiene habits
Washing your hands often.
Refrain from touching your face and shaking hands with others.
you have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 or someone who presents
symptoms, please self-monitor any respiratory symptoms for 14 days and if you
experience any symptoms please contact 811.
health-related questions related to COVID19? Dial 811 anytime from anywhere in
the province to speak with a registered nurse. It is confidential and free.
On June 15th, 2018 The Town of Main Brook received a $25,000.00 grant from the International Grenfell Association for the Main Brook Volunteer Fire Department in order to purchase four (4) Ska-pack Supplied Air Respirators. With this grant, we were able to provide our local fire department with the equipment they needed and will allow its members to successfully enter and handle smoke filled areas. This also meets the needs of our community of being able to provide quality service and equipment during an emergency.
As the nearest fire department to the St. Anthony Airport, having this equipment will allow faster response times to any fire related emergencies at the airport.
Main Brook Fire Department wearing the respirators, graciously funded by the IGA