Programs & Policies
Council of the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth has recently developed and passed a Water Supply Upgrade Lending Program By-law. The Municipality recognizes that climate change is beginning to affect us all in many ways; a recent manifestation of this has been extremely dry conditions during the summer months which in turn has created unprecedented well water supply issues for some or our residents. To try to assist with this, Council has developed this financial tool. It is designed to help those in most need by making available financing, with certain conditions, directly through the Municipality of Yarmouth, that can be used to remediate their well water supply situation.
Property Assessed Clean Energy Program (PACE)
The Property Assessed Clean Energy Program (PACE) will support homeowners in the Municipality of Yarmouth to install clean energy upgrades such as insulation, energy efficient windows and doors, high efficiency heat pumps and solar panels. Residents will benefit from the PACE Program by eliminating the large upfront cost of upgrades through installment payments over ten years to the Municipality of Yarmouth.
Property Assessed Clean Energy Program "PACE" By-law P-088-18
Clean Energy Financing Program Video
Policies and By-laws
Below, for your information, are links to some of our policies and by-laws that directly impact the financial and budgeting process in the Municipality of Yarmouth.
Fees Policy F-044-02
Low Income Exemption Policy L-068-09
Reduction of Property Taxes for Property Damaged by Fire or Storms Policy R-002-03
Grants Policy G-068-09
Tax Arrears Payment Arrangements Policy T-8210-17
Tax Sale Policy T-082-01
Tax Reduction By-law T-083-01
Tax Exemption By-law T-082-03
Deed Transfer Tax By-law D-044-05
Service Fees for Payment Cards By-law S-085-14