New Brunswick Day Hours of Operation

New Brunswick Day is Monday, August 2. Please note the following changes to City services:

As the Province of New Brunswick moves into its COVID-19 “green phase” on July 30, 2021 at 11:59 p.m., the publi

The City of Fredericton has commissioned a major work from well-known Indigenous artist Percy Sacobie. The work created by Mr. Sacobie, a Wolostoqiyik from St.

The City of Fredericton’s economic development community has launched the fourth phase of its #SupportFredLocal campaign.

The Fredericton Playhouse has shut down its regular operations while the City of Fredericton completes a significant project to contain asbestos fireproofing located in the building’s fly tower.

The City of Fredericton has outlined its plan to care for the Old Loyalist Burial Ground, an important heritage site in the heart of downtown, addressing a long running concern of residents.

Artists will explore Killarney Lake Park for first time

Fish Wish now on display outside City Hall

The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation for Canada Day.