Search the site
What is volunteering?
It is an activity which takes place through not-for-profit, community organizations, projects or your local community. This activity is undertaken to be of benefit to the community and the volunteer.
Shortly this web page will be updated to provide you with a listing of our community organizations and projects that needs your help.
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
|The Village of Harvey||
Office hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 8:30am-12:30pm
If you would like anything changed or added to the Village of Harvey website, contact Amber Binney.
|Harvey Heritage Snowshoe - Saturday Feb. 18th at 7 pm||
Note: This event is for everyone. Families, children, grandparents, anybody that wants to join in the fun.
Location: Entrance to Catharine Pendrel Lakeside Trail off Cedar St. behind the Post Office
Date: Saturday Feb. 18th 2017
Time: 7 pm till 8:30 pm
|Harvey Village Council||
Winston Gamblin, Mayor
|Harvey Heritage Snowshoe||
This gallery contains photos from the past Harvey Heritage Snowshoe events that have been held annually at the Catharine Pendrel Lakeside Trail.
|New Community Events Calendar||
We now have a new Harvey Community Events Calendar.
|CBC Storm Centre||
A consolidated list of regional closures, power outages and travel restrictions:
Regional Service Commission
W.W.E. Smith's Country Store
|Harvey Region Dial-a-Ride||
We are now taking rides as they come to us. If you need a ride, fill in the form on this site and we will call you to book a home visit, review our policies and offer you a membership. Members save on travel costs. Three trips to Fredericton, at our reduced fee, returns the membership cost. http://harveyregiondialaride.weebly.com
Older photos of Harvey
|Community Days 2011||
Snapshots from Community Days 2011
|Around the Village||
Snapshots from around the village
In 1837, the Stanley Land Company started giving out ads in Scotland encouraging young men and their families to move to their land. In May, 1837 about 160 people from the Wooler area set sail across the Atlantic on the ship, “Cornelius of Sunderland” to Saint John.
|Cedar Valley Milling||
In 1837, James Craigs and Henry Craigs, bothers from Wooler Northumberland, arrived in New Brunswick. James, as a single man of 23, immigrated to New Brunswick, arriving July 13 1837 on The Brig Cornelius of Sunderland, and made his way to Harvey Settlement along with his brother Henry and many other settlers.
|Lake George Family Campground||
Phone: (506) 366-2933
|People of Note||
There have been many interesting people who have called Harvey home:
Harvey, York County has a rich and varied history. The Harvey Regional Heritage & Historical Association has as its mission to preserve the history and heritage of Harvey and surrounding area. For more information (or photos and documents) consult their website:
|Churches||St. Andrews United Church|
|Schools||Harvey High School|
|Harvey Lakes & Campgrounds||
There are a total of six lakes in Harvey; Lake George, Yoho Lake, Harvey Lake, Magaguadavic Lake and Oromocto Lake. There are also many campgrounds in the Harvey area available for both trailers and tents.