Garbage pick-up and recycling
Download Sackville’s garbage collection map schedule here.
Sackville’s garbage and recycling is collected weekly by Miller Waste, and taken to a waste management facility operated by eco 360 on behalf of the South East Regional Service Commission, whose goal is to maximize diversion of materials from landfill and minimize environmental impact. For assistance with separating, sorting and recycling, please download this curbside sorting guide or contact eco360.
In addition to weekly pick-ups, the town has three special pick-ups throughout the year, as well as two Household Hazardous Waste drop-off dates and Christmas tree pick-up after the holiday season. Special pick-ups are posted on our calendar, on Twitter and on Facebook.
Dog tags and missing animals
If you own a dog within Sackville’s town limits you must purchase an annual dog tag. To purchase your dog tag, please visit Town Hall Please note that proof of a rabies vaccination is required when purchasing your dog tag. To report a missing or found pet or other animal, or to report an animal related nuisance, please call the animal control officer at (506) 364-9199.
Pay your tax bill
Property tax bills can be paid at Service New Brunswick, or your personal commercial bank.
Pay your water bill
Water bills can be paid online here, or you can pay in-person at town hall by cash, cheque or interac. You also have the option to pay via on-line banking through your personal commercial bank.
Health and Emergency Services
Sentinel emergency communication system
Register for Sackville’s free Emergency Public Alert System. This service is used for emergencies, as well as other announcements including boil order advisories, street closures, flushing of fire hydrants, and more.
Sackville Memorial Hospital is a 20-bed facility with inpatient care, 24-hour emergency department, day surgery program and outpatient services. Visit Patient Connect NB to find a doctor.
Sackville’s fire department is made up of 42 volunteer fire-fighters who have achieved an outstanding record in meeting our town’s fire-fighting and rescue emergency needs. For more information, please visit their website.
Preparing for an emergency
Is your family prepared? Download our 72-hour emergency preparedness brochure here.