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Recycling

Don't forget to put your garbage out this week.  Next week will be the first week for collecting your recycling items from your new blue carts and there will be no garbage pickup.

 

Launch Event Invitation

The Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission is excited to invite you to our Residential Curbside Recycling launch.

We will be hosting an event this week in the Village of Harvey.  Come join us for more information on the new program and to celebrate the success of our communities’ efforts to divert waste from our landfill.

 

        Wednesday September 12, 2018 5pm-6pm

        Harvey Village Office

        Cake cutting to take place at 5:30pm

Recycling Information Booth

The Southwest NB Service Commission will be setting up a blue 10'x10' tent in the parking lot at the Upper Village Mall (2306 Route 3) on Saturday, July 21st to answer all your questions regarding the upcoming changes to the recycling program. Drop by between 10am and 2pm to meet Trisha, the Waste Reduction Coordinator, and pick up some information brochures.

For more information see the flyer or go to http://www.southwestrecycles.com/

Harvey Visitor Information Centre is now open!

The Harvey Visitor Information Centre is now open at 2306 Route 3 in the Octagon at the Upper Village Mall!  

You can get travel assistance and itinerary planning, pick up a New Brunswick travel map and touring guide, get information about attractions and pick up some Harvey T-shirts and frozen treats. 

The Centre also offers wonderful displays on the history of the Harvey area.  

Recreation Survey

The Southwest NB Regional Service Commission is creating a recreational masterplan that is looking at the big picture of our region’s municipal recreation infrastructure.  They have prepared a survey that they would like residents to fill in to provide information towards this plan. 

New Speed Sign in Harvey

New Speed Sign in Harvey

This is a notice to the public that the village has recently installed a new speed sign in the village. The sign reads, records, and displays your speed as you enter the village. The sign’s recordings are made into reports and looked over by village council and RCMP. The goal of this installation is to reduce the number of vehicles speeding through the village. We hope this helps our drivers to respect the speed limit.