|Town of Nackawic - Home of the World's Largest Axe
Welcome to the website for the Town of Nackawic, New Brunswick.
Nackawic is nestled along the scenic Saint John River Valley. Designated as the Forestry Capital of Canada in 1991, our town is surrounded by beautiful green space and wildlife. Sitting on the banks of the Saint John River, the World's Largest Axe reminds us of the importance of the forest industry to the town and the Province of New Brunswick.
Whether it's the breathtaking scenery, the many recreational activities, or our friendly people, Nackawic offers something for everyone. Please browse through our website and learn more about Nackawic, Home of the World's Largest Axe.
If the information you require cannot be found on our website, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Town of Nackawic
115 Otis Drive
The Town Office is now at our temporary location, 26 Pinder Road
Council meetings are being held at the Lion's Club until further notice.
EMO - Nackawic
Please be advised that in the future, the Lion's Centre will be used as a Warming Centre
and an Information Centre for people in the Nackawic area. During power outages and
other small scale disasters, the Lion's Centre will be open providing heat, lights and hot
refreshments, water, power to charge electronics as well as information pertaining to the
incident at that time. The building will be powered by a generator large enough to run the
entire building. Volunteers will be on hand to assist people who need to make use of this
facility. For further information contact: Town Hall @ 575-2241; EMO Coordinator
Dewayne Boone @ 575-4271 or Councillor Brian Toole @ 575-461-0095.
2015 Dog Tags
The 2015 dog tags are available at the Town Hall. The cost for dogs that have been vaccinated, spayed or neutered is $15.00. Section 3.01 of By-Law S-12 states, "No person who is a resident in the Town of Nackawic shall own a dog without having a valid license for that dog under this by-law". Fines for not having a dog tag start at $25.00.
The Key -July
Reader's Digest article featuring Nackawic - click here to read the story
Ron Berube Award Application Form