Public Budget Consultation 2020

Municipality of Bonavista is seeking public input for Council consideration on the 2020 Municipal Capital and Operating Budgets. Thursday, November 7th at the Garrick Theatre 7:00 PM


TOWN OF BONAVISTA MUNICIPAL AWARENESS DAY Friday, May 10, 2019 “OPEN HOUSE” From 10 am- 4 pm Refreshments will be served!


TOWN OF BONAVISTA – PUBLIC NOTICE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE MUNICIPAL PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS Bonavista Town Council is proposing to change its Municipal Plan and Development Regulations to rezone approximately 2 hectares of land on the south side of Red Cove from “Open Space” to “Open Space Tourism” to allow Council to consider a …


Notice – Town Advertising Requirements

Please be advised that we are experiencing an overwhelming amount of signage placed all over Bonavista and on Cape Shore Road in particular. These signs have been placed there without permission according to our advertising requirements in our land use zoning, subdivision and advertising regulations 2014 – 2024 (Development Regulations). The Town is going to …

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Notice – Water Line Flushing

Starting as of March 29, 2018, we will be opening waterlines for Ocean Choice International Plant. At this this you may experience discolored water which may last for two to three days. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Bonavista’s Tourism Boom May Get Bigger with new Geo Park – The Overcast

At the moment, the Bonavista Peninsula is nearly uncontested as the most attractive place to visit on the island. It has it all, from history and views and local brews, to fantastic food spots and quality shopping that ranges from craft soap shops to world-class furnishings. Next up might be a unique “UNESCO Global Geopark.”Earlier …

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‘It’s the perfect place for us’: Millennials flock to rural Newfoundland

Millennials flock to rural Newfoundland Restaurants, a microbrewery and a skin-care business replace the collapsed cod fishery Historic Bonavista is attracting millennials because it has affordable housing and good public services in an attractive setting. Read the full story here.  Chris O’Neill-Yates · CBC · Posted: Oct 09, 2017 6:30 AM NT