Citizens can bring their broken tree branches due to last week’s ice storm at the end of Henri Street, near the Saint-Antoine Business Park. It is important to remember that several branches will be taken to this place so you are asked to stack them as much as possible in the same pile.

The Commission's Solid Waste Department is currently assessing the situation in order to set up a special collection for branches. This special collection will be deployed in the coming weeks to allow people to have the information and clean up from branches and broken trees.

In addition the efforts already made, the Canadian Red Cross will assist the elderly, people with reduced mobility or low income to cover extraordinary expenses not covered by their budget. Donations can be made on their website under New Brunswick Ice Storm 2017. UNI can also collect cash donations at its points of service under the Verglas Acadie 2017. Amounts raised will be given to the Associative Life and to the cooperative community committees of the affected regions.

Info-Alert

The municipal office will be closed from Monday December 25, 2017 and will re-open on Tuesday January 2, 2018 at 8:00 AM. For emergencies, call 525-4020 and follow the instructions.

The garbage pick-up will be on Wednesday December 27 instead of Monday December 25 and on Tuesday January 2 instead of Monday January 1.

The municipality of Saint-Antoine would like to inform the population that the Christmas trees pick-up will be on January 4, 2018. Please make sure to remove the plastic bags and all the Christmas decorations on the trees.