- City Hall
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Sydney, Nova Scotia
April 28, 2017
SYDNEY, NS - Spring cleaning is in full swing in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality.
Monday, May 1, is heavy garbage pick up. All materials should be curbside by 6:00 a.m. that morning.
The following weekend, on Saturday, May 6, is the Great Cape Breton Clean Up. This is an opportunity to join with others in your neighbourhood to clean up litter.
All participants meet at a participating local fire station or designated location at 9:00 a.m. for supplies and return at noon for a complimentary BBQ with other volunteers.
April 25, 2017
The CBRM Water Utility is advising residents in the Dominion area that a section of the water main on Mitchell Avenue (between Railroad Street and Commercial Street) has been shut down and will remain shut down until tomorrow afternoon due to an upgrade to the water system infrastructure.
Residents in this area may experience reduced or low water pressure until the work is complete.
Service is expected to be fully restored on Wednesday, April 26 at approximately 5 p.m.
Updates will be provided when available.
CBRM Water Utility contact information:
Telephone: (902) 563-5280
April 21, 2017
SYDNEY, NS - The Cape Breton Regional Municipality is announcing its first road work street closures of the construction season.
Starting on Monday, April 24, sections of Commercial Street and Royal Avenue in Dominion will be down to one lane for a waterline replacement project. The project is expected to continue through the spring and into the summer months. Traffic will be stop and go in the construction zone, however detours to traffic flow may also occur from time to time. Work is also slated to begin at Inglis Street in Sydney from Union Street to High Street for a waterline upgrade and road rebuild. Work on Hare Street in North Sydney is expected to begin on Tuesday with a waterline and road rebuild project.
This past September, Mayor Cecil Clarke outlined a $16 million project for improvements to the municipality’s water and wastewater systems. The project represents 14,400 days of employment for workers at over 40 sites.