T’Railway Previously Closed due to Flooding Now Reopened

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T’Railway Previously Closed due to Flooding Now Reopened

UPDATE: The two areas of the T’Railway previously closed due to flooding are now reopened.    The public is advised that due to recent flooding, certain sections of the T’Railway are closed until further notice. Areas included are: Battens Road to Delaneys Road Heritage Road to Doyles Road Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.... View Article

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Traffic Advisory: Haggetts Turn

Infrastructure upgrades to a culvert over Steadywater Brook on Haggetts Turn will begin on Monday, August 7, 2023. Motorists should expect delays. Please use caution when travelling through construction zones. If you have any questions, please contact the Engineering and Public Works Department at 709-834-6500 ext. 301. 

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Traffic Advisory: Minerals Road

Please be advised that Minerals Road will be under construction beginning Tuesday, May 23, 2023 until November 2023.   Traffic will be reduced to one lane and flagpersons will be on site. Motorists should drive with caution and expect delays.   The Town of Conception Bay South apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.  ... View Article

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Statement on Passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The Town of Conception Bay South would like to advise residents that Town offices and facilities will remain open to the public on Monday, September 19, 2022. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 50 will commemorate Her Majesty’s passing on Monday, September 19, 2022 at 10:45 a.m. at the Monument of Honour with a wreath laying... View Article

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Dog Owners Reminded of Animal Control Regulations

Pet owners are reminded of the Town’s Animal Control Regulations whereby dogs are prohibited to roam in town parks (less Sgt. Ned Nugent’s Dog Park), streets, playgrounds, trails, bodies of water within the town, or in any open space close to the above-mentioned areas. The Town of Conception Bay South offers the following additional reminders:... View Article

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Coyote Information

To report a coyote sighting, please contact: Eastern Newfoundland, Local Wildlife Office Phone: 709-729-4180 Are coyotes dangerous? We live in harmony with most wildlife in Newfoundland and Labrador, often without even realizing it. Our forests and barrens are home to many animals; unless we intentionally seek them out, some people can go a lifetime without... View Article

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Public Advisory: Stranded Leach’s Storm Petrels

Public Advisory There are reports of stranded Leach’s Storm Petrels in Conception Bay South. Leach’s Storm Petrels are small black seabirds with a white rump, that become stranded in communities throughout Conception Bay in mid-September to mid-November. Juvenile petrels fledge their burrows from Baccalieu Island (located at the mouth of Conception Bay), and although most... View Article

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