The Officers’ Square revitalization project will be subject to both a formal archeological study and consultations with First Nations, City staff reported to Council today.

Flooding is Canada’s costliest and most frequent natural disaster. Communities are looking for solutions to mitigate the costs and damages caused by flooding to businesses and residences.

Fredericton City Council has chosen a revised conceptual plan to revitalize Officers’ Square that will conserve eight large, mature trees in the National Historic Site.

Having heard public feedback over the summer, City staff have presented Council with revised conceptual plans to revitalize Officers’ Square that will conserve up to eight large, mature trees in th

Officers’ Square Revised Plan, November 2018

The City of Fredericton will hold a special meeting of City Council on November 5 at 7:30 pm in Fredericton City Hall Council Chamber to receive a presentation on the revitalization of Officers’ Sq

Fredericton City Council has expressed its support for the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s request to establish a sculpture garden along The Green next to the Gallery’s new pavilion.

Based on public safety concerns identified on June 27th of this year by CBCL Consulting Engineers, and further to a Heritage Permit received from the Government of New Brunswick, the ornamental fen

Our City and Community are grieving together at this time; grieving for those who we have lost and grieving that the sense of safety within our community has changed.  It is going to take time to f

We are shocked and saddened by this morning’s tragic events.

Due to safety concerns coming out of an engineering report related to the retaining wall / decorative fencing around Officers’ Square along Queen Street, effective immediately, barricades will be p