Region of Queens Municipality

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Opportunity for Community Input: Audit & Internal Control Committee
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Opportunity for Community Input: Accessibility Advisory Committee
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Queens Coast Named on Canada's Best Communities list for 2021
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Welcome to Queens Packages for Newcomers
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Ad Hoc Noise Bylaw Committee
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Latest News

  • Upcoming Construction: Court Street Water and Sewer Project to Begin Monday, July 19, 2021

    July 16, 2021:  Over the past 25 years since becoming an amalgamated Municipality, investments of approximately $73 million has been made by Region of Queens Municipality in capital upgrades to Municipal infrastructure throughout Queens County.  These projects have has helped our environment, provide safe streets, sidewalks, and drinking water, as well as quality recreational facilities.  We are

  • Queens Excited by Prospect of New Hillsview Acres

    July 9, 2021, Liverpool, NS: Earlier today, Premier Iain Rankin announced approval for the repair, upgrade, or total replacement of 17 health care facilities throughout Nova Scotia, including an opportunity for replacement of Hillsview Acres and Queens Manor.

     “Council has been advocating for a replacement facility for Hillsview Acres for more than two decades now and to finally see it come to

  • Liverpool Flood Mitigation Study Recommendations Now Online

    June 10, 2021: Coastal flood risk and potential mitigation methods are the focus of a report prepared and presented by CBCL Limited in 2019 for Region of Queens Municipality. 

    “Liverpool’s Coastal Flooding Mitigation Study was a thorough study of the risks and challenges present in Liverpool’s waterfront with regard to flooding, and includes historical data, as well as projections of changing tide