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Municipality of Digby Art Bank Acquisition

Municipal Council believe it is important to support our creative community and purchase local art work with the intention to display this work at public spaces associated with the Municipality. The program will also promote the profile of local artists and artisans to the public with personal interpretive information associated with the art displays.

Purchases will be conducted in the fall of every year. The total annual budget is $2500. This could include more than one item. Each piece will be purchased at current market value.
  The call for submissions has now commenced, deadline for submissions is January 31, 2023. Each submission will be reviewed by a jury committee. Please see supporting documents below. For more information please email:   

pdf Digby Art Bank Acquisition Call Notice (53 KB)

pdf Digby Art Bank Acquisition Brochure (243 KB)

pdf Digby Art Bank Acquisition Submission Form (70 KB)

Home Energy Financing

What’s on your home improvement wish list? We’re making home energy upgrades more affordable through Clean Energy Financing. 

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Home Efficiency Assessments

How do you think your home could be more energy efficient? 

A Home Energy Assessment is the first step in our Clean Energy Financing program and shows you what changes would help you save money on your energy bills. 

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Homeowners in the District of Digby can get low-interest financing for home energy upgrades like heat pumps, insulation and solar through our Clean Energy Financing program.

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Boundary Review

Under Section 369 of the Municipal Government Act, every eight years the Council of the Municipality of the District of Digby is required to review the number of Councillors and the number and boundaries of polling districts in the Municipality. The current review is taking place now and needs to be submitted to the Utility and Review Board in December 2022.
The proposal by Council is to maintain the same number of Councillors and the current Warden system but to make changes to the polling district boundaries to fix the disparity in the number of voters in each district.
Council invites residents of the Municipality to share their opinions by attending a Public Consultation on Tuesday, November 29, 2022 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Office located at 12548 Hwy 217 in Seabrook.
You can also provide written comments by emailing them to Tyler Pulley, Manager of Municipal Services, at or by dropping them off at the Municipal Office. Written comments must be received by December 5, 2022.

pdf Boundary Review Document (1.15 MB)