The next meeting day is May 26th, 6 PM via live stream from the Corporation’s website. During the meeting, you will learn about all the projects underway and new programs and projects we may be undertaking. The agenda will be posted on the website.
None at this time.
Bermuda Day Holiday Trash Collection
There will be no trash collection on Friday, May 27th.
Residents and Businesses Trash Collection will be Saturday, May 28th.
When the Corporation host major events, we will reduce public access to ensure public safety. On some occassions, there are no road closures, but there may be traffic delays as the participants exit the Town.
May 7th - End To End
Roads: King’s Square
Closure times: 6am - 10am
You are invited to park in the Town of St George. Please follow the posted street notices.
- One-hour along the street
- All-day at each parking lot
Minister Peets Visits St George
A Government spokesperson said, “The public will be aware that as part of the Ministry’s ongoing support of the island’s museums, galleries and historical landmarks, Minister Peets has committed to visiting these institutions with the aim of engaging with those who oversee and manage the facilities.
“Recent visits to the Bermudian Heritage Museum and the St. George’s Historical Society Museum provided an opportunity for the Minister to learn more about the benefits of these institutions and the challenges they face."
Learn more Bernews Article
Queen's Warehouse Leased
CSG has agreed to lease the Queen's Warehouse. Public reports indicate the space is transforming into a two-story Brewery and Tap Room that will include a lounge and a new event space for the Town. The building was built circa 1860, serving as cargo storage for ships and is part of a broad collection of listed buildings found throughout the Town.
Ferry Service Returns To St George
Hon. Lawrence Scott, JP, MP said: "After a two-year suspension, we are pleased to bring the Orange Route back in service. This ferry route will take passengers from Dockyard to St Georges during the summer season. Visitors will get direct service to the historic Town of St. George providing support for those businesses and activities in the area. This service will operate on weekdays, Monday to Friday, when cruise ships are in Dockyard overnight.”
The Town should be reminded the ferry runs on scheduled days from Dockyard to St George. Please refer to the May 2022 Orange Schedule for dates and times..
May 7 - End To End - Start
The Convex End To End is returning to St George, and the Corporation of St George is thrilled. We are proud to be a bronze sponsor of this 35-year-old event, which begins at 7 a.m. on May 7th.
This year, three charities will benefit from fundraising: Inter Agency Committee for Children, Families and the Community, Transitional Community Services and the Bermuda National Trust.
To express hometown support, we ask all residents and businesses to come out at the opening of the event.
Learn More: Bermuda End To End Website
- 9th-10th May — Seven Seas Navigator (Penno’s Wharf)
- 15 May — Seniors Tea (Somers Garden) —1pm-4pm
- 22nd May — Queen’s Baton Relay (King’s Square) — 9am
May 27 - Bermuda Day
Bermuda Day returns in all its splendor! The official start date for swimming is Friday, May 27th. The marathon Derby in Somerset kicks off the festivities at 8:30 a.m.
This year is momentous because we come together as a country to celebrate our heritage and exhibit our ability to overcome adversity. Please use care, caution, and courtesy, even though the holiday is a moment to let go and be free. Because the pandemic is still ongoing, we must keep the vulnerable in mind as we participate in the myriad events and activities planned for the holiday weekend.
During the long weekend, support our local businesses and venues. The East and the Chamber of Commerce compiles a list of businesses that are open or closed throughout the time period..
The Expo is the perfect family event — displays, food and friendly faces.
8.30 am Start
Somerset to Bernard's Park
Learn more: Bermuda Marathon
1:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Parade will begin on Front Street in front of the Point House/Albuoy’s Point area and continue along Front Street. The parade then turns left onto Court Street, takes a right onto Church Street, a left along Cedar Avenue, and ends at Marsh Folly Road/Dutton Avenue junction.
Learn more: About the parade
Did you know ….
The Town's own Kelli Thompson of Saltwater Jewellery Designs was featured on CBS to promote her business's sea glass jewellery.