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COMMUNITY SURVEY: Draft By-Law No. 23-0_, A By-Law To Regulate Vehicular Traffic in the Town of Saint Andrews

The Town of Saint Andrews is collecting feedback from residents of Bayside, Chamcook, and Saint Andrews on the proposed draft By-Law No. 23-0_, A By-Law to Regulate Vehicular Traffic in the Town of Saint Andrews. This By-Law is in effect within the old Town limits, from Clarke Road to Indian Point. Most questions are focused on this area of the community.

The Town of Saint Andrews is also interested in hearing about issues regarding vehicular traffic in the Wards of Bayside and Chamcook. Although the roads are maintained by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure for the Province of New Brunswick, the Town can advocate with the Province on vehicular issues. We appreciate any feedback you can provide.

Residents of Saint Andrews, Bayside, and Chamcook will receive a survey in the mail. You can return your completed survey to Town Hall, 212 Water Street, Saint Andrews, New Brunswick during business hours 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday or drop it in the mailbox outside of Town Hall. You can also fill out the survey online at or from our Facebook page

Thank you for participating in the consultation process.

Click here to take the Community Survey:

Printed copies will be mailed out to the communities of Bayside, Chamcook, and Saint Andrews over the first week of April 2023.

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Saint Andrews and Area Housing Survey

The Age-Friendly Community Committee is seeking the opinion of residents, of Saint Andrews and the surrounding area, to provide feedback on housing needs. This survey will provide useful insight to identifying housing needs, affordability, types of housing stock needed, and services. This information intends to help guide future housing developments in Saint Andrews and the area.

According to the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, a household spending 30% or more of its gross income on housing is considered to have affordability challenges. Households spending more than 50% of gross income on housing are severely overspending and considered to be at a crisis level of spending, putting individuals and families at risk of homelessness.    

Surveys can be dropped off or mailed to the Town of Saint Andrews Municipal Office at 212 Water Street, Saint Andrews, NB. E5B 1B4. You can email a copy of the survey to or fill in our online version at Surveys need to be provided no later than April 15, 2021.

The survey should take approximately 3 minutes to complete. Thank you for your participation.

Click the link to take the survey:

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