The Village of Kingston was settled in the year
1793 by the United Empire Loyalists, and from this
settlement sprang one of the most flourishing
industries in the Province, the apple industry.
Kingston is located in the heart
of the beautiful Annapolis Valley and is
surrounded by rich farmland and fruit orchards.
Just a short drive away is the incredible Bay of
Fundy boasting the highest tides in the world.
Kingston was incorporated as a Village in 1957.
Although Kingston began as a settlement
nearly 200 years ago but did not become an
industrial centre until the early 1900's,
with the establishment of its lumber and
apple processing industries. Today, the
Village economy is largely influenced by Canadian Forces Base
Greenwood; a consistent generator of employment,
service demand and housing activity.
CONGRATULATIONS TO PRINCESS KINGSTON
2015 ALXYS CHAMBERLAIN AND HER CHILD ATTENDANT
Come view their festival wardrobe on:
Thursday, May 21st, 2015
Location: Kingston Lions Club
KINGSTON CREDIT UNION CENTRE IS TAKING THE ICE
OUT FOR THE SEASON.
ARENA FLOOR SURFACE & CONFERENCE ROOM ARE
AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER RENTAL.
PLEASE CONTACT AND LEAVE VOICE MAIL:
YOU MAY NEED
COUNTY OF KINGS BURNING BY-LAW #63
In simple terms, there is absolutely no
burning of grass, brush, leaves, garbage, or
any type of waste within the Village of
Kingston boundaries. The only item you
may burn within village limits is clean,
untreated wood in a fire pit or decorative
burning apparatus (store bought) as long as
there is a spark arrestor or screen covering
Penalties can range from $50 (or 5 days
imprisonment) to a maximum penalty of $500
(or 45 days imprisonment).
To report any infractions of By-Law #63,
(902) 678-6141 General Office
(902) 690-6117 Direct
(902) 670-0910 Cell
When will my Road get
Nova Scotia Department of Transportation &
Forms are now available to set up your
monthly or semi-annual tax payments.
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COMMISSION MEETING DATES
The regular monthly commission meetings
will occur on the second Thursday of every