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There will be a Spring Clean-Up Day on Tuesday May 28th and Wednesday May 29th 2019.  All refuse shall be at the curb no later than 8:00 a.m..  Pick-up will be made by B & S Lavallée.

Articles to be picked-up:

White Goods such as washers, dryers, dishwashers and stoves will be picked-up. refrigerators, freezers and air conditioning units having a certified freon removed ticket attached.

Other refuse such as branches, trees, leaves, ashes, etc….. shall be picked-up if they are place in bags or boxes or they must be tied in bundles no longer than 3 feet and no heavier than 25 kg (55 lbs). Mattresses, televisions, furniture, etc…… shall be picked-up. 


– Construction materials

– Paint

– Propane tanks

– Car bodies or parts of scrap metal

– Tires

– Domestic garbage


These articles can be brought for free at different locations.

For more details, visit

Call 1-888-322-8473

Locally, visit Recycle Restigouche on Facebook or call the Restigouche Regional Service Commission at 789-2111 or 789-2595.

Why Support Honey Bees?

About 1 in every 3 bites of food we eat is a result of pollination by animals, mainly bees. Bees are responsible for 80% of pollination that occurs. Honey bees and wild bees both rely on nectar and pollen for healthy and productive populations. Keeping honey bee colonies healthy has become increasingly challenging over the last decade due to an array of factors. Remarkably, providing honey bees with better forage (flowers) will also provide nesting resources for native bees and habitat for a diversity of wildlife. We do realize that there are still a lot of snow but time flies and suddenly we will start mowing our lawn, so here are a few bee-friendly mowing practices:

– Leave patches un-mowed so not all pollinator forage (flowers) is mowed down at once.
– Mowing when the majority of plants are past bloom will reduce risk to pollinators.
– Mow at a slower speed and during the day when pollinators and other wildlife are active, so they have a better chance to escape.
– Set mower at 5 cm to encourage perennial flowers to make good root development.

Let’s all do our share to help the bees continue their very important work with nature.

Your comments and suggestions are welcome

Municipal Council Public Meeting

April,May,June 2019

April 9 & 23
May 14 & 28
June 11 & 25

Municipal Building – 7:30 pm

All are welcome!

Charlo Coastline Association

A meeting will be held on Tuesday May 7th, 2019 at 7:00 pm at the Charlo municipal hall, 614 Charlo Street. Everyone is welcome.

Why do I need a building permit?

Tender – Clean up Days 2019

Tender – Clean up Days 2019

Garbage Collection

Garbage Collection

Proposed By-Law for composition/remuneration for the mayor and council


The Municipal Council of Charlo intends to amend By-Law No. 2005-03B a By-Law of Charlo respecting the composition of the council and the remuneration of the mayor and the councilors of the Village of Charlo.

The proposed amendment may be examined at the village office during working hours or on the village website. Council will hold a public meeting at 7:30 p.m. on January 15th, 2019 at the village hall to review written objections received. Any person wishing to speak in favor or against those objections shall have an opportunity to do so at that meeting.

Written objections addressed to Council, shall be received by the undersigned until 4:00 p.m. on January 11th, 2019.


Johanne McIntyre Levesque



By-Law 2018-03 B Composition ofCouncil