Public Notices & News

Applications for Partial Residential Property Tax Exemption - Low Income

Please be advised that the Town of Pictou is currently accepting applications for partial residential property tax exemption. Applications can be filed up to December 31, 2022 on forms supplied by the Town. Application forms can be picked up at the Town Office at 40 Water St. or click on  pdf Application Form (135 KB)  
Partial exemptions can be granted to owners/principal residents of homes of up to $430 in situations where the total income of all residents over the age of 18 in the household was under $27,000 for 2021.
For more information please contact Troy Aikens at 902-485-4372.

Regular Council Meeting Agenda-August 15

Notice of Town of Pictou
Regular Council Meeting
CN Station – Council Chambers
Monday, August 15, 2022

The public can access the meeting via the Town of Pictou Facebook Page beginning at 6:30 pm or attend in person.

  pdf Agenda in PDF (114 KB)


1.    Call to Order
2.    Land Acknowledgement
3.    Changes/Approval of Agenda
4.    Proclamations & Acknowledgements
5.    Approval of Minutes (tabled until September)
6.    Recommendations
       a.    Development Agreement Amendment – 222 Welsford Street
       b.    deCoste Project Financing
       c.    ACOA – Rediscover Main Streets Funding
       d.   Thriving Communities Fund
       e.   Broidy Park – Recreation Building
       f.    Pictou Agricultural Society Grant Request – Exhibition
7.    Discussion
       a.   Sale of 107 Cedar St
8.    Reports
       a.   Municipal Corporation Reports:
              i.  Pictou County Shared Services Authority
             ii.  Pictou County Wellness Centre
            iii.  Riverview Home
9.    Public Comments/ Questions
10.  Adjournment

Kyle Slaunwhite
Chief Administrative Officer 

Yorston Lot – Expropriation Documents

Below is a copy of the Expropriation Documents regarding the Pictou Waterfront Development Project. 

pdf Expropriation 24.05.22.pdf (1.16 MB)

Road Closure Map - Denoon Street Capital Project

Below is a map for street closure during capital work being done on Denoon Street beginning Monday, July 11th.