Logan McDowell recently joined the Municipality as its new Director of Public Works and Development. Logan is a Professional Engineer and Project Management Professional as well as a graduate of St.
Coyotes are permanent residents in our province. Seeing or hearing coyotes from time to time anywhere in Nova Scotia is not unusual.
The Municipality of Pictou County held it monthly Council meeting on May 3. Here are highlights from the meeting: The meeting started with Warden Robert Parker acknowledging the death...
MOPC Level Two Building Officials Mike McKenzie, left, and Travis Spears are kept busy with the recent building boom in rural Pictou County.
Landfill Vouchers from the MOPC will be available when public health restrictions ease.. We typically run the program from May 1st to Nov.
Debra Caldwell is no stranger to firefighting. She grew in Pictou Landing and has seen the daily workings of a fire department firsthand from a young age since her...
It's that time of year again... MOPC property tax bills are in the mail. Property taxes are a large source of revenue for municipalities which go toward services provided...
We are hearing reports that bears are waking from their winter hibernation and being spotted at various locations in Pictou County.
Warden Robert Parker complimented the MOPC recreation staff on expanding its equipment loan program. The program loans out winter and summer equipment free of charge to residents.
Children and adults from District 3 kicked off Go Clean Get Green Week on Monday, April 19 with a clean up along the Division Road in District 3.