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E-mail Amber Binney at the Village Office: village.harvey@rogers.com


Mon, 17 Aug, 2015 11:23 AM

A Heat Alert (LEVEL 1) is being issued for Tuesday, August 18, 2015, indicating that Humidex levels are predicted to be between 35 and 39 for a significant portion of daylight hours. Peak Humidex values typically occur in the late afternoon. Since Humidex values take into account both temperature and humidity, they are typically higher than the recorded temperature.

The alert remains in effect for Tuesday, August 18, 2015, only. Alert levels are based on to the highest reasonable predictions at the time of issuance and on data specific to the city of Fredericton. Humidex values in the city are typically higher than those recorded at the Fredericton airport. HARS heat alerts are issued as early as possible on the afternoon before the alert day and can be reissued the following morning if conditions warrant.

Those most at risk for heat illness include older adults, children four-years-old and under, people who are overweight, and those with certain chronic medical conditions. Care should be taken to ensure that those at highest risk of heat related illness are monitored and vulnerable members of our community are checked on regularly to ensure they are coping.

For more information, visit www.fredericton.ca/heatalert or http://www.gnb.ca/publichealth

Harvey Lake Algae Press Release - July 2015

10 July, 2015

PDF Blue-green algae found in Harvey Lake (PDF)

NB Emergency Preparedness Guide

PDF Revised NB Emergency Preparedness Guide - NB Emergency Measures Organization (PDF)

Heritage Week Proclamation

PDF Heritage Week Proclamation (PDF - 1 MB)

Harvey Region Dial-a-Ride


Effective Oct 1st. 2014
We are now taking rides as they come to us. If you need a ride, fill in the form on this site and we will call you to book a home visit, review our policies and offer you a membership.

Members save on travel costs. Three trips to Fredericton, at our reduced fee, returns the membership cost.


Winter Heating Tips (NBEMO.OFM)

Provincial Fire Marshal Doug Brown did some interviews recently with some really good information and I wanted to pass this on, perhaps you all could do the same.



Employment Opportunity!

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing support in the home and community
  • Assistance with personal care
  • Assistance with activities in the community (volunteering, recreational activities, swimming, errands)
  • Encouraging independence
  • Respecting and encouraging the individuals’ interests and goals
  • Respecting privacy and maintaining confidentiality

Must be caring, outgoing, flexible, and understand the value of inclusion
Needs current (within past 3 months) Criminal Record Check (Vulnerable Sector) and willing to complete Dept. of Social Development Prior Contact check.

Rate of pay: $12.00 /hour
Every Thursday evening, Tuesday at lunch to assist with recreation activity, occasional Saturdays and various week nights as needed.

Please send resume with 3 work-related references by responding to this post, or by fax 453-4422, Attention Tiffany

Harvey Community Days

August 6-9, 2015

Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

From: Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), Jan. 29, 2013

Diamond Jubilee MedalDear Winston Gamblin:

It is my pleasure to inform you that the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) has selected you to receive a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal in honour of the contributions you have made to your community and to all of Canada. Your medal has been sent to you directly from the Governor General of Canada and should arrive soon.

Your peers in local government across the country admire your accomplishments as a community leader, and congratulate you on earning this prestigious award.


2013 Village Levee

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58 Hanselpacker Road
Harvey, New Brunswick E6K 1A3
Tel. 506-366-6240

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