Welcome to the Beautiful Town of Pouch Cove!


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Whether you are a resident or a visitor, I welcome you to explore Pouch Cove and all it has to offer.  As Mayor, I would encourage visitors to our Town to enjoy the scenic beauty that Pouch Cove is known for, to experience the hike of the East Coast Trail along our Killick Coast, to browse through the Museum of our Towns history located at the Town Hall and to take part in our community events such as Pouch Cove Days, Canada Day Celebrations, Snowfest and much more.  The beauty of our Town is all around you.  A rural setting with plenty of history and friendly faces…a great place to visit!

To the residents of Pouch Cove, I would encourage you to get involved in the many wonderful activities in our Town:  a dedicated Volunteer Fire Department, an active Recreation Commission, Seniors Club, Lions Club, the school community of Cape St. Francis Elementary, Library Board, Heritage Committee, Church groups and more.  Pouch Cove has much to offer and we, as residents, should take pride in it.  Pouch Cove is a wonderful place to live!

Joedy Wall

Pouch Cove Regional Library – Job Opening (Youth 15-30 years)

Youth Internship program – Click here for more information.

The Pouch Cove Regional Library is looking for youth (Ages 15-30 years) to assist the public with using various information and communication technologies and provide computer training opportunities. The rate of pay is $12.00/hour, from September 8, 2014 – February 6, 2015 (21 weeks).

Resumes must be received by September 3, 2014.

Applicants should have an interest in computers and technology, enjoy working with the public, possess strong communication skills and demonstrate a high level of professionalism (please see attached)

For more information or to apply, please contact:

Laura Bragg, Librarian



Canadian Tire Jumpstart Application

One in three Canadian families cannot afford to enroll their kids in organized sports and physical activity (Vision Critical, 2011) which means many kids are missing out on the benefits that come with organized play. Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a nationally registered charity dedicated to removing financial barriers so kids across Canada have the opportunity to get off the sidelines and into the game.

Whether it’s the chance to try a sport for the very first time or to continue with a favourite physical activity, Jumpstart makes it possible for all kids to participate. We see it as equipping kids for life because quality physical activity in kids does more than improve health and well-being. It helps build confidence, leadership, productivity and creativity.

Jumpstart Applications are now available from the Regional Recreation Coordinator or by clicking the link below. Applications are due by 12 pm on August 20th. All applications must have a proper reference.


Summer Council Meeting Hours

During the Summer months, The town will be holding Council Meetings every second Monday at 4:30pm. The dates are as follows:

July 28.

August 11, 25.

September 8.

As per usual, General Development Applications are required to be submitted the Monday BEFORE a scheduled Council Meeting. All other correspondence is required to be submitted the Thursday BEFORE a Scheduled Council Meeting.

Animal Control Services

Residents are reminded of the Animal Control Services that are offered through our Town. We have an Animal Control Officer that services our Town, as well as Bauline, Flatrock and Torbay. This Animal Control Officer is based out of the Town of Torbay and can be reached at 437-6532, extension 285.

If you have a complaint, have a lost animal, or see an animal roaming at large, please contact this number to provide assistance with this matter.