Scheduled Temporary Power Shut Off – Munden Drive (5/13/2021) - Impacted properties: 73 – 93 Munden Drive The City of Mount Pearl wishes to notify residents in the above-noted area that there will be a Temporary Power Shut Off on Monday, May 17 and Tuesday, May 18, 2021 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to complete sidewalk repairs. To help with this work, […]
Mount Pearl Public WIFI (5/13/2021) - We are pleased to announce that we are offering FREE public wifi throughout the following locations: City Hall Centennial Square Summit Centre/Reid Centre Glacier Arena To connect to this wifi network, simply select the MountPearl_PublicWiFi network on your device. Once the device connects, a “Welcome to MountPearl_PublicWiFi” page will appear. Please take a moment to read […]
Backyard Composting Pilot Project (4/29/2021) - Backyard composting offers a simple way to divert waste from the landfill. Organic waste is one of the heaviest sources of waste in household garbage and one of the most harmful when sent to a landfill as it contributes to greenhouse gas emissions. Composting is nature’s way of recycling organic waste by breaking material down […]
Bulk Garbage Collection in May (4/29/2021) - Prescheduled bulk garbage collection takes place in May. Collection takes place on Mondays and may take up to one week to complete. To determine your bulk collection day, please refer to pages 11-16 of the 2021 Garbage and Recycling Guide, or use the street selector tool here. If you require collection at any other time, you may […]
Street Upgrading – Badcock Place (4/19/2021) - PROJECT DETAILS Badcock Place has been selected by the City of Mount Pearl to undergo full rehabilitation, including replacement of all underground infrastructure (sanitary/storm/water), removal and replacement of curb, gutter, asphalt and reinstatement of landscaping, driveways, and any other items affected during construction. In addition, Newfoundland Power and utility assets within the construction zone will […]
Winter Damage Report – Request a Repair (3/25/2021) - Has your property been damaged as a result of City snow clearing equipment? If so, please fill out this online form to request a repair. Please note that the City does not repair damages due to snow load, nor does the City repair damages to structures located in the City’s right-of-way area on residential front/side yards.
Public Council Meeting (3/11/2021) - At this time, public council meetings will be conducted virtually and streamed online via the City’s YouTube channel. Please note, the video will not be available until the meeting begins.
2021 Tax Notices (1/14/2021) - You’ll notice your bill looks different from before. As part of our continued focus on digital transformation, we are excited to announce the rollout of several new systems, including ones for taxation and utility billing. IMPORTANT HIGHLIGHTS ONE TAX NOTICE, TWO INSTALLMENTS The new Tax Notice highlights the amount owing for the entire year. As […]
Public Skating at the Glacier (1/12/2021) - Public skating has concluded for the winter 2021 season. Stay tuned for updates on the fall 2021 schedule! Public Skating Guidelines Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, guidelines have been put in place at the Glacier Arena for all public skates for the safety of staff and patrons. They are as follows: Doors to the […]
Winter Parking Restrictions (11/23/2020) - Please note the following Winter Parking Restrictions: No vehicle is permitted to be parked on any street or City-owned land within the City from December 1 to March 31 each year, both days inclusive, between the hours of 1:00 am and 8:00 am. (Fine amount: $75.00) No vehicle is permitted to be parked on any […]