FREDERICTON (GNB) – Satellite and temporary pop-up offices are opening in flood-affected regions to assist people with their disaster financial assistance claims
New Brunswick enters early stages of flood recovery - May 2, 2019
The Following advisory was issued by New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization (NBEMO), River Watch 2019.
Sand and sand bags are available to be filled at the back parking lot of the Chipman Municipal Building (10 Civic Court) in preparation for flooding. Click the blue link above to reach the Chipman EMO Facebook page to see regular updates regarding road closures, etc.
The Village of Chipman has been informed by DTI that the bridge will be going down to one lane beginning this afternoon for an extended period due to repairs.
A special thank you to the Chipman Communities in Bloom Committee for the beautiful sign located on the Heritage Centre!
The Village of Chipman of Chipman organized a community clean up followed by a barbecue on May 26, 2018.
For information on Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) please visit the following website.
Opioid Use in the Community
Newcomer Settlement Co-ordinator Paul Klassen organized a multicultural potluck lunch at the Chipman Fish & Game Club on Family Day.
Congratulations Dan Barton on receiving an award from Village of Chipman for Environmental Sustainability and Beautification.