Welcome to New Minas - A Good Place to Live!
The New Minas Portion of the Harvest Moon Trail is OPEN. Please remember that you should only be utilizing the trail if you live within walking distance. Thank you.
DUE TO COVID-19
AS OF MARCH 17, 2020 THE VILLAGE OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
- Bill Payments can be made online, by Canada Post, or by depositing your cheque in the onsite “Village of New Minas” exterior mail box.
- We will not be suspending any water accounts for non-payment during this time.
- The Louis Millett Community Complex is closed for all programs and bookings. To reschedule, please contact Erica at email@example.com.
- For emergency service such as a problem with Municipal Water or Wastewater contact (902) 681-7750.
The Village of New Minas thanks the public for their patience and understanding.
For more information, detailed instructions on the above and ongoing Village updates please go to: www.newminas.com or call 902 681-6972.
For additional information and updated advice on novel coronavirus (COVID-19), visit: https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/
New Minas is a thriving village, home to over 5000 residents located in the Annapolis Valley between Kentville and Wolfville. The Village was incorporated on September 1, 1968 under the administration of an elected village commission; the form of government that continues to govern to this day.
The Village is a good place to live, a great place to work, and offers a number of places to play and enjoy the beauty and hospitality of the Annapolis Valley. We take pride in our parks located throughout New Minas and we are equally proud of our ever expanding business community. For businesses thinking about locating in our Village, New Minas is a perfect choice as the ‘Shopping Centre of the Valley’ attracts visitors from near & far.
If you are thinking about visiting or living in the Village of New Minas, we are confident that you will find our hospitality, our service, and our residents welcoming and happy to have you!
When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.”