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Public meeting on municipal Budget

We will be having a public meeting at the North Shore Community Centre on Wednesday March 6, 2024 at 6:30 pm to discuss the draft budget for the upcoming year. Feedback will be considered before council approves a final budget later in the month. We will discuss the...

Summer plans

We wanted to let families know early, that we will NOT be offering kids day camp programs this summer. Thanks to all who enjoyed this program in the past. We will be developing new programming in the coming months that will run this summer. Stay tuned here for...

Storm closures

The municipal offices (located in the North Shore Community Centre) close whenever the provincial government offices close in Queens County. Closures or cancellations for individual events, or by tenants within any of our facilities are made by them and may follow...

2024-01-25 rezoning meeting

Public meeting on Rezoning There will be a public meeting on Thursday January 25, 2024 @6:00pm regarding the rezoning of three separate propertiesParcel # 141382, Friston Road Rte. 222Parcel # 142315, Queens Point RdParcel # 490417, MacLauchlan Rd. The presentation...

Free Meditation class

Saturday January 6, 20249:30 to 11:00Sign up here:https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/GEBIS/events/gebis-community-meditation-session-north-shore-community-hall


Frequently Asked Questions

Do you require a Development Permit to add or change any septic connection?

Yes, you require a Development Permit to add or change any septic connection

Where I can get copies of Draft Bylaws and Policies to be read at upcoming Council Meetings

Copies of Draft Bylaws and Policies to be read at upcoming Council Meetings can be found HERE, or can be viewed at the Municipal office during Regular hours.


1) Pick up your water test kits at the North Shore Community Centre or PEI Analytical Laboratories.

2) Deliver the cool, same-day samples to PEI Analytical Laboratories at 23 Innovation Way, Charlottetown (off Upton Road, across from the Industrial Park).

As of January 1, 2022 the province is offering Islanders free well water testing. Islanders with residential well water will be able to access free bacterial and general chemistry testing for their drinking water.

Bacterial testing is encouraged at least once a year and general chemistry testing is advised every two years.


Submit your water testing results here to allow us to make policies for different areas based on data.