WoodstockCouncil municipal plan vision.pdf

August 21, 2018


 Due to a water main break, a boil order has been issued for the following locations:


Connell Street from Elm Street to Hartley Street

Chapel Street from Hartley Street to Gold Street


The following recommendations should be followed until the water supply is in compliance with the Health and Clean Water Acts.


Please read the following recommendations carefully:


1.      Water should be brought to a boil for 1 minute.


2.      Any water to be ingested (for example: brushing teeth, making ice, water used in making coffee/tea or juice, and washing raw vegetables) should be boiled.


3.      People whose immune system is compromised (e.g. the elderly, infants, and people with transplanted organs, on dialysis, with HIV/Aids, etc should pay particular attention to the use of a safe source of drinking water.  Water which has been properly boiled is considered a safe source.


4.      It is safe for people to take showers, bathe and use swimming pools.


5.      It is safe to wash dishes in hot water and soap, then air dry or use a dishwasher.


In addition to these safety recommendations, we also recommend that your hot water tank is shut off, while experiencing a loss of water, in order to protect the elements.


The Town of Woodstock thanks you for your cooperation in this matter and wants to ensure that water quality is very important to us.



Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Woodstock is considering amending the Municipal Plan, By-Law #300 and the Zoning By-Law #301 by rezoning the following properties:

PROPERTY: PID: 10164887
232 Houlton Street
REZONING: from Rural Greenbelt to Highway Commercial
PURPOSE: for the purpose of developing a commercial business.

PROPERTY: PID: 10274686
112 Chapel Street
REZONING: from Central Commercial to R2, One, Two and Multiple Residential

PROPERTY: PID: 10073260
Eastwood Drive
REZONING: from Highway Commercial to R3 – Multiple Unit Residential

A Public Presentation is set for, Monday, August 27, 2018, 7pm in the Council Chambers, 824 Main Street.

Following the presentation, Woodstock Town Council will receive submissions regarding this proposal until 4:30 pm, September 26, 2018.

John Pinsent
Chief Administrative Officer


Environmental Impact Assessment Registration (1422)

The Town of Woodstock (the Town) is proposing to complete a new municipal water system in Grafton, Carlton County, NB in order to supply the Town with a viable source of potable water that would not be at risk to annual flooding. Following a groundwater exploration program conducted in 2015, a potential viable water source was identified on a property located near Grafton, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Property Identification (PID) No. 10165819). Following the groundwater exploration program, a new production well was installed on the property, and subsequent well development and hydraulic testing confirmed the viability of the water supply.

Link to  information on GNB website: Click here