Community Plan and Zoning By-Law Renewal Project 2020-2021

State of the Town Address: Part 5

Bank account totals as of July 31, 2021 We have operated on fact in all areas of responsibility and where possible we are open to sharing information. $409,300      Operating $4,794,568   Gas Tax     $2,646,000   CPIF           $592,646       Capital Reserve $415               General Reserve Total Bank Accounts $8,442,929 Receivables still to come in $4,276,000 Property tax payments $250,000 Covid … Read more

Council Votes to Terminate State of Local Emergency

September 17, 2021 As per recommendation from the Community Emergency Response Committee, Norman Wells Town Council, by resolution, has voted to terminate the Local State of Emergency effective immediately. This also means the Emergency Measures Organization is no longer active. The termination of the State of Local Emergency ends the 12am-6am curfew as per section … Read more

State of the Town Address: Part 4

Financial note Please note that during the 2018 fiscal year end audit, the 2016 and 2017 asset amortization was recorded in error. The amortization at those year ends were recorded using double declining balance and the Town policy on amortizations to use straight line amortization. It appears the audit work did not factor the Town … Read more

State of the Town Address: Part 3

We have operated on fact in all areas of responsibility and where possible we are open to sharing information. Town planning: Our community is at a crossroads in its history. Community input gathered reflected a collective understanding for the need for grounded planning. Thank-you all for your extensive engagement and input on each of these … Read more

Update: Norman Wells Containment Order

Congratulations Norman Wells ! After nearly a month of restrictions the community has made it through the outbreak by working together to support those persons that were stricken by COVID-19 , those persons who had to Isolate as a precaution to prevent community spread and those who chose to stay home to help prevent community … Read more