Berwick Mural the Talk of the Town

This new mural is currently the talk of the town! The Berwick Mural Society did an amazing job of organizing and funding this beautiful project located right in the centre of Berwick. 

To learn more, follow this link!


Public Information Meeting June 7th

The Town of Berwick has received an application from a property owner to allow a 77-unit multi-residential development.The Town of Berwick has also received an application from Kent Field Estates Ltd. to allow an 80-unit multi-residential development at 228 Main Street. Both subject properties are shown in bold on the map below.

The Town will be holding a Public Information Meeting (PIM) on June 7th at 6:30 pm in the Berwick Town Hall Gymnasium at 236 Commercial Street. The PIM provides an opportunity for members of the public to learn more about the proposed developments. The applicants and Town staff will be available to explain the projects and to answer any questions.

Feedback provided by the public at this meeting will be considered by the Town during the approval process.

If you would like to learn more about this meeting, please contact or 902-698-7526.

Mental Health First Aid Course

There is an upcoming opportunity to take part in a mental health first aid course! If you are interested in learning more about this topic, the details to register are below. 

Emergency Preparedness Week

Did you know? May 1-7 is recognized as Emergency Preparedness Week in Kings County. Click  pdf here (392 KB) to learn more!

Berwick Wetland Trail Proposed

Big news! Berwick is the proposed location of a beautiful wetland trail! The Berwick Marsh Trail Project would be a beneficial feature located along the Cornwallis River (traditionally named the Jijuktu'kwejk River), subject to the approval of all parties involved. The potential wetland would be designed to help clean wastewater using natural processes. It might look something like the Ducks Unlimited projects at Miners Marsh in Kentville, or the Frenchman Basin Trail in Annapolis Royal!

Our friends at the Jijuktu'kwejk Watershed Alliance are raising money to pay for the design and engineering plan to help make this vision possible. They are selling raffle tickets, and you could win a canoe! The prize is a 16’ Nova Craft Prospector Fibreglass in Oxblood Red from Old Creel Canoe and Kayak in Waverly, Nova Scotia 
Get your tickets here: 

Volunteer Recognition Nominations

Did you know that April 17th-23rd is National Volunteer Week for 2022?

Berwick is known as “the little Town with a lot to offer”, and this is made possible by our incredible volunteers. They are always hard at work behind the scenes and never ask for recognition. However, in September, Berwick will be hosting a volunteer recognition ceremony to celebrate them!

If you know anyone that makes Berwick a better place through their volunteer efforts, let us know by nominating them! Nominations will be accepted from now until September 1st, 2022. Find our form by clicking pdf here (49 KB) , and fill one (or more) out today!