The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents of the following evacuation area update. The municipality has started the recovery phase. Residents can continue to expect regular updates summarizing key developments.
Have a general question? Send 311 a message and receive and answer by email.
Report on damaged headstones, fallen over headstones, grave depressions, or general cemetery inquiries. HRM Owned cemeteries only.
Report issues on deceased animals or marine life on HRM Property, including parks, playgrounds, and fields.
Report issues related to repair or maintenance of drainage assets (where flooding is not currently happening). Examples include culverts, ditch, street drains, catch basins, other.
Report active incidents of flooding; catch basins, water running into the street, culverts and ditches.
Requests to have graffiti removed.
Report illegally parked vehicles.
Report anything impeding the flow of traffic or pedestrians such as MVA debris (including fluids from the vehicle), garbage bags, temporary signs, shopping carts.
Report issues with problem plants, bugs, or invasive species.
Report a minor crime to Halifax Regional Police. If a crime is in progress, call 911.
Report your missing pet.
Report a pothole or sinkhole on a municipal street or sidewalk. If you are reporting potholes on a 100 series highway, please contact NSTAT at TPWPAFF@novascotia.ca
Report an issue with a streetlight on a municipal street, park, or open space.
Report a maintenance issue with a "Welcome to the Community" sign.
Report litter, broken glass and overflowing waste bins in municipal parks, playgrounds or athletic fields.
Report litter or overflowing waste bins on municipal streets, sidewalks, paths, walkways, between streets or in ditches.
Report damage to something in a municipal park, playground, or field.
Report issues about activity in the ROW or roadside memorials. Report general ROW inquiries regarding obstructions or placement of containers/excavation equipment.
Report damage to HRM Property such as vehicles, buildings, sidewalks, curbs, grass, trees, shrubs, gardens, etc.
Report missing or damaged street signs.
Report issues on cutting/pruning of trees, tree maintenance requests, tree replacements, general tree inquiries, or vandalism of trees (illegal cuts or pruning).