Heritage Board

Preserving and restoring Sackville’s architectural heritage

Founded in 1762, Sackville is one of New Brunswick’s oldest towns. We are proud of our connection to our history, and are committed to preserving and restoring our town’s precious architectural heritage.

Heritage preservation:

  • generates community pride
  • contributes to our community’s quality of life, making Sackville an attractive place to live, work, teach, study and retire
  • is a key component to tourism growth
  • helps promote economic development

The Heritage Board’s duties include researching local heritage architecture and history, providing a heritage educational program, advising property owners on heritage conservation, and advising Town Council on heritage matters. Since December 2010, one of its main tasks has been the administration of the Town of Sackville Municipal Heritage Conservation Area By-law.

The Heritage Board considers applications on the third Tuesday of each month at noon in Town Hall Council Chambers. Application forms and the information sheet are also available upon request by e-mailing the Sackville Heritage Officer at heritageofficer@sackville.com. For more details, call Jamie Burke at 506-364-4930.

You can view a copy of the 2016 Heritage Report here.