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Yarmouth Waterfront Development Action Plan

Public are invited to attend Waterfront Symposium on October 11 and 18 to contribute strategic plan for Yarmouth Waterfront.

Yarmouth’s working waterfront is an important contributor to the Town and regional economies. The waterfront is a dynamic entity, demonstrating its ability to adapt to changing times. Now, the waterfront and Water Street are poised for change once more. Stakeholders and the public are being invited to participate in planning for the long term sustainability of the waterfront. Waterfront Symposiums, opened to the public, were held on October 11 and 18. If you were not able to attend, take a few moments to fill out this short survey and provide us with your feedback on this important initiative, whether or

Yarmouth’s working waterfront is an important contributor to the Town and regional economies. The waterfront is a dynamic entity, demonstrating its ability to adapt to changing times. Now, the waterfront and Water Street are poised for change once more. Stakeholders and the public are being invited to participate in planning for the long term sustainability of the waterfront. Waterfront Symposiums, opened to the public, were held on October 11 and 18. If you were not able to attend, take a few moments to fill out this short survey and provide us with your feedback on this important initiative, whether or not you plan to attend. The questionnaire will remain active until November 15, 2017.

We'd like to hear from you.

The Yarmouth working waterfront extends 3 kilometres from its northern end at Vancouver Street to its southern end at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. In between, it contains manufacturing industries, fishing operations, shops and restaurants, the ferry terminal and tourist bureau, and numerous other features.

This questionnaire is designed to obtain opinions about the Yarmouth waterfront and what it means to you.


CLOSED: This survey has concluded.