MUNICIPALITY OF CLARE UNVEILS COVID-19 TAX RELIEF FOR PROPERTY OWNERS

Little Brook, NS – April 21, 2020: Council for the Municipality of Clare has voted to offer tax relief to property owners in Clare for the 2020-2021 tax year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Municipality is pushing back its typical June 30 municipal tax deadline to July 31, 2020. In addition, until September 30, 2020, the Municipality is waiving interest fees on...

People living in Clare, as with folks from communities around the world, have experienced a sudden shift in their everyday life with the arrival of the COVID-19 virus. Families are confined to their homes, workers and businesses are suffering losses due to slowdowns and restrictions and frontline workers risk their own health every day to help our community in these precarious times.

[COVID-19]: Notice from the Clare Health Centre – Effective Wednesday, April 8, 2020, only patients with appointments will be allowed to enter the building. These measures are necessary to protect you, the public and the personnel during this pandemic.

For any other information or service, please communicate with the Centre by calling 902-645-2777. Thank you for your understanding

A reminder that, if you believe you have symptoms of COVID-19, please consult

We remind you that all municipal and provincial parks and beaches are CLOSED until further notice.

⛔️ Cape Saint Mary Lighthouse Municipal Park
⛔️ Meteghan Family Park
⛔️ Joseph and Marie Dugas Municipal Park
⛔️ Wentworth Municipal Park
⛔️ Mavillette Beach Provincial Park
⛔️ Smugglers Cove Provincial Park
⛔️ Major's Point Historic Site

To help slow the spread of COVID-19, the Municipality of Clare shares the Province of...

With the Easter long weekend approaching and with the confirmation of community spread of the COVID-19 virus in Nova Scotia, the Municipality of Clare strongly discourages the residents of Clare and of neighbouring communities from participating in this year’s Canoe Trip social gathering event. Taking part in this activity would no doubt create an unnecessary and dangerous risk to the general public while the province is under a state of emergency.

Residents are reminded that under...