The Process. The Corporation of St George kicked off this planning exercise with a community survey, to get the initial input from the community as to what the Town of St George means to them, what works, what doesn’t work and what ideas they have for improving the Town. We coupled this with a background report presenting more detail on the demographics of our resident and working population. Learn More About The Process
Management of land within the following borders:
The limits of the Town of St. George shall extend from the westernmost line of the glebe land to the easternmost line of land formerly of Edwin Stone Burch, Esquire, afterwards of the Honourable A.F. Cockrane, Esquire, and shall include Ordnance Island and the causeway connecting Ordnance Island to St. George’s Island.
Managing projects with such a size as:
- St. George’s Marina Project
- Restoration of docks at Market Wharf, Hunter’s Wharf, and Penno’s.
- Park Gates embankment reinstatement
- Reconstruction of the demolished building at 20 Wellington Street
There are many parts to the development and delivery of a town plan;
social, economic, infrastructure, and funding are overarching themes.