The Village of Sussex Corner will keep residents up to date with Upcoming and Past News & Events. If you have a News or Event happening within our Community please send us an email at this address:

Nutrien Civic Centre

The Nutrien Civic Centre is having an Open House  for their 10 Year Anniversary on October 1st, 2022.  Activities all day: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday, October 1st, 8:30am - Registration - Nutrien Civic Centre
10:00 am - Walk at Sussex Elementary school
Donations welcome to support the Cardiac Rehab program in Sussex. Website:

October 27 - Fall Clean-Up

This is an opportunity for all residents to clean up their yards, basements. Fall clean-up is done in conjunction with the regular garbage pick-up by Devine Sanitation.
Please remember to separate your household garbage so the recyclable materials can easily be recognized. This will be “clear bag week,” BLUE BAGS WILL NOT BE PICKED UP THIS WEEK. For more information Click Here or call Village office at 433-5184

Recreation Rebate Application

Recreation Rebate Application 2022-2023. Application Deadline Thursday, December 21st, 2022 CLICK HERE for details.

News Release - Health Plan Implementation
The Town of Sussex has been identified as one of four communities as a site for integrated community care by the Provincial Health Task Force. For more information please click on the link below.

Local Governance Reform

Local government reform is well underway and the past few months have been busy ones for everyone involved in the process.  Beginning January 1, 2023 New Brunswick will move from 340 entities to just 89 and, for now, our entity has been identified as entity 44.  Our new community will consist of the former Town of Sussex, Village of Sussex Corner, and a small portion of the LSD of Sussex.

For more details Click Here.

The Flood Mitigation Master Plan
The Flood Mitigation Master Plan Task Force have now completed the refinement of options to address overland / surface water flooding, if and where possible, and have identified mitigation projects to reduce flood impacts for both communities, jointly. Read More


Flood Mitigation Agenda for Wednesday, March 30th: Click Here

The Flood Mitigation Task Force invites the residents of both the Town of Sussex and the Village of Sussex Corner to hear the studies findings, the recommended flood mitigation plan as well as the return on investment identified at the completion of this review on this important community issue. CLICK HERE For Details

Emergency Disaster Plan 

We are updating our Emergency Community Disaster Plan and we encourage any resident that feels they will need assistance during an emergency evacuation due to disabilities or special needs to please fill out the “Health Questionnaire” form below. Once completed you can email the form or print and drop off to our office located at 1067 Main Street, Sussex Corner.

Health Questionnaire - Click Here

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation -September 30, 2021

The Mayor and Council of the Village of Sussex Corner are pleased to share that the upcoming National Day for Truth and Reconciliation will become a designated holiday for the Village of Sussex Corner. We encourage all employees and all citizens to take the time to educate themselves on the history of residential schools and the calls to action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.

Mayor & Council, Village of Sussex Corner


Village of Sussex Corner Works Department would like to inform its residents that the Fall waterline flushing program is scheduled to begin the week of October 4, 2021.

During this time there may be some decrease in water pressure and slight discoloration, please run water through your household taps for a short time. If the problem persists, please contact, Craig Dixon at 433-0720.

Non-Flushable Items

We are reminding residents, especially at this time to THINK BEFORE YOU FLUSH.
Non flushable items include: hygiene wipes, baby wipes, napkins and paper towels. Only things which should be flushed are human waste and toilet paper. Everything else should be disposed of in the regular garbage.
Non-flushable items deposited in the toilet and grease dumped in the sink is the leading cause of blockages in the homeowners plumbing systems and municipal wastewater collection systems.
Despite claims on wipe packaging that they are flushable, they are not. They cause a tremendous amount of resources to be used and can cause a tremendous amount of damage through sewer backups!
Thank you for your co-operation!
Public Works Supervisor
Craig Dixon

Dog Tags

Dog Tag Renewal

Reminder to renew your dog license before January 31, 2022. New tags need to be picked up at the time of registration. The fees to be paid are as follows:
*Male Dogs $5.00
*Female Dogs not spayed $10.00
*Female Dogs spayed $5.00

EMO Action Commitee

EMO Action Committee Volunteer Application

CLICK HERE to download the EMO Action Committee Volunteer Application.  If you would like to be part of this Committee please email your application back to us at:

Emergency Alert System

Emergency Alert System Registration

CLICK HERE to download the Emergency Alert System Registration form.  Please fill out the registration form and email back to us at :
or mail \ drop off to us at: Village of Sussex Corner 1067 Main Street, Sussex Corner, NB E4E 3A1