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Village Office Closure

The Village Office will be closed next Wednesday, January 13th.

Sorry for any inconvenience,

Village Council Meeting for January

The Council Meeting scheduled for January 13, 2021 at 7pm will be postponed to January 20, 2021 at 7pm.

Council Local Government Title Designations Contact Information Mayor Winston Gamblin Regional Service Commission

W.W.E. Smith's Country Store
Phone: 366-2010

Next Recycling Pickup in the Village is January 15th, 2021


Council Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes 2020

Recycle Notice

Recycle Pick up Notice

To all residents of the Village of Harvey and the LSD of Manners Sutton with pick up days on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.


                                                 Village of Harvey By-Laws




Harvey Regional Heritage & Historical Association

President - Sheryl Bartlett
2306 Route 3, Unit 7 "The Octagon"
Harvey, N.B. E6K 1P2

Public Hearing November 25th at 6:00pm

Take notice that the Council of the Village of Harvey, in compliance with Section 111 of the Community Planning Act of the Province of New Brunswick, intends to hold a public hearing of objections meeting on Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.

Village Office is Now Open

Village of Harvey Notices

The Municipal office reopened on November 2nd, 2020.

Office hours are Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 8:30am – 12:30pm

Housing Study
COVID-19 Poster Oct 6 2020
Lakeland Shoppe NOW OPEN!
Public Notice for Public Hearing of Objections 2020-1 & Office closure
Municipal Office Closure September 3rd, 2020
Harvey Lakes & Campgrounds

There are a total of six lakes in Harvey; Lake George, Yoho Lake, Harvey Lake, Magaguadavic Lake and Oromocto Lake. There are also many campgrounds in the Harvey area available for both trailers and tents.

Farmers Market Upper Village Mall

Housing Study

The Southwest New Brunswick Housing Working Group (made up of representatives of Horizon Health Community Development, and Vibrant Communities Charlotte County, with support from the Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission) is conducting a study on housing needs in our region’s municipalities.  We are in the process of collecting information as part of a Regional Study that will be crucial t

Village Lionews Advertisement June 2020
Public Health Phases and Triggers

COVID-19: Guidance for the General Public when Shopping for Essential Food and Retail Services
Community Preparedness for COVID-19

COVID-19 Guidance for Grocery Stores and Retail Food - REVISED April 11
Frequently asked Questions regarding Wearing a Mask