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Boil advisory ended

The Town of Stephenville wishes to advise residents that all boil advisories have ended. The Town of Stephenville apologises for any inconvenience.

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Bulk Garbage Collection

The Town of Stephenville wishes to advise residents that, due to snow clearing operations, bulk collection has ended for 2016.  

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NO PARKING AREA, NEW MEXICO DRIVE

At the Regular General Meeting of November 3, 2016, by Motion No. 16-282, the portion of New Mexico Drive from its intersection with Brook Street to the driveway of 115 New Mexico Drive was designated a NO PARKING area. At the Regular General Meeting of December 1, 2016, by Motion No. 16- 319, parking is […]

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OVERNIGHT PARKING 2016-17 SNOW CLEARING SEASON

Ad, Overnight Parking 2016

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DESIGNATION, NO PARKING AREA ON NEW MEXICO DRIVE

THE TOWN OF STEPHENVILLE NOTICE DESIGNATION OF NO PARKING AREA, NEW MEXICO DRIVE At the Regular General Meeting of November 3, 2016, the following portion of New Mexico Drive in the Town of Stephenville was designated a NO PARKING area: the portion of New Mexico Drive from its intersection with Brook Street to the driveway […]

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AMENDMENT, OCCUPANCY PERMIT POLICY

Ad, Occupancy Permits Amendment 2016

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SPEED LIMIT REDUCED, RAMP PORTION OF CAROLINA AVENUE

Due to poor road conditions and in the interests of public safety, signage has been erected today (March 2, 2016) to reduce the speed limit on the Ramp portion of Carolina Avenue (from its intersection with Utah Drive to its intersection with Connecticut Drive) to 25 kph.  This speed limit will remain in effect until […]

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Stephenville’s American military heritage

Stephenville’s American military heritage is pivotal in terms of its impact on its culture, both locally and provincially. Prior to 1941 Stephenville was primarily a French speaking farming and fishing community with a population of 500, and by 1944 it had grown into a garrison town of approximately 7,000 people. In later years it was […]

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Notice, New Gate, Gallant Street Extension (Dump Road)

Notice New Gate Dump Road 2015

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