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Ambulance Service Notice
Mackenzie's Ambulance service requested the town's help in notifying all residents of the importance of knowing their street address and having it readily available to pass to the paramedics in case of an emergency. Many of the drivers are not familiar with the area and knowing the street address is essential in getting the paramedics to your home as soon as possible.

If you are unsure of your street address, please contact the town office, we can provide it to you.


Posted: June 6, 2017 9:31 pm NFLD


Water Thaw Up - Policy Change
Residents are advised that effective immediately, council has adopted a new policy for water thaw up. There will be a $25.00 fee per person/per hour charged to anyone needing the town's assistance in clearing frozen water lines. There will be a $25.00 fee per day for rental of water tanked used in thawing frozen water lines.

Posted: June 6, 2017 9:22 pm NFLD


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The Harvey Family Legend
Newfoundland DogIn 1828, the Harvey family, with the aid of their Newfoundland dog, "Hairyman", rescued 163 people from the sinking brig "Despatch", shipwrecked on the rocks off Isle Aux Morts. They made another daring rescue in 1838, saving 25 crew members from the Glasgow ship, the "Rankin". The present day Coast Guard Ship "Ann Harvey", is named in memory of the daughter of George Harvey who, while she was only 17 years old, assisted in these heroic deeds. [Read more]




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Town Beautification

Our town is one of the most naturally scenic environments in all of Canada.

Civic pride, surrounding the appearance of our town, inspires greater population growth. It also triggers investment and jobs into our local economy.

Any small effort towards improving your residential or commercial property will encourage your neighbours to also improve their own maintenance practices.

• Do not litter our streets or highways
• Mow lawns and trim unsightly growth
• Keep property clear of debris
• Store wood piles in a hidden place
• Remove damaged trees or branches
• Mend fences and damaged signs
• Paint surfaces that are peeling
• Replace all broken windows and worn doors
• Replace faded or damaged vinyl siding
• Fix shingled roofs that are in disrepair
• Remove delapidated buildings or sheds
• Maintain vacant properties and buildings
• Park large commercial vehicles out of sight
• Do not leave abandoned vehicles on display
• Plant flowers and trees... every bit helps !!
• Create volunteer beautification committees

Link: Tidy Towns of Newfoundland & Labrador


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Beautification of Our Community
Civic pride surrounding the appearance of our town, inspires greater population growth. It also triggers investment and jobs into our local economy. [Read Community Beautification Tips]

Posted: Feb 29, 2012 2:17 pm NFLD


History of Isle aux Morts
Isle Aux Morts has a rich maritime heritage of fishing and sailing with many tales of shipwrecks. For this reason the French named it "Deadman's Island". It is a town noted for its heroism and discovery. One of the first families who settled in the area in the early 1800s was the George Harvey family, well known for their heroic rescues.[More]

Posted: Feb 29, 2012 2:14 pm NFLD


Welcome to our new town website!
We hope this project will encourage residents, tourists and business associates to become more familiar with all the great qualities that our town and surrounding regions have to offer.

Posted: Feb 27, 2012 11:24 am NFLD