Special Council Meeting

February 16, 2019 – 9:00 am
Georgetown Civic Centre
Agenda item is the
financial plan 2019-20

Water & Sewer Meeting

February 19, 2019 – 10:00 am
Fire Hall – Montague
This will be a closed meeting
regarding land matters.

Planning Board Meeting

February 19, 2019 – 11:00 am
Fire Hall – Montague
R
ezoning as per the agenda
and new plan. 

 

Committee of Council Meeting

February 25, 2019 – 7:00pm
Lower Montague Commuity Building
(Old School)
179 Lower Montague Road

All welcome.

Council Meeting

March 11, 2019 – 7:00pm
Lower Montague Commuity Building
(Old School)
179 Lower Montague Road

All welcome

Committee of Council Meeting

March 25, 2019 – 7:00pm
Lower Montague Commuity Building
(Old School)
179 Lower Montague Road

All welcome.

 

What is Three Rivers?

The newly formed Town of Three Rivers became official on September 28th, 2018. It is made up of the former towns of Georgetown and Montague, the village of Cardigan, the communities of Brudenell, Lorne Valley, Lower Montague, Valleyfield and unincorporated areas that stretch from Panmure Island to Launching to Greenfield. It is now the fourth largest municipality onPrince Edward Island, with approximately 7200 residents.

The natural beauty of Eastern PEI abounds in Three River with its rolling farmland, beautiful beaches, marinas, and pretty communities with local art, shopping, and businesses that help the area thrive.

Whether you are looking for an Island getaway or a place to put down roots, Three Rivers has something for everyone

The first election for Three Rivers was held on November 5, 2018, electing Mayor Edward MacAulay and 12 councillors representing 10 wards in the area. The bylaws for all of the former communities and municipalities are still in place and can be found in the bylaws section of this site.

There are two town offices in Three Rivers to serve residents: 24 Queens Road in Montague and 36 Kent Street in Georgetown.

News from the Three Rivers Area

Johnston named as deputy mayor of Three Rivers

THREE RIVERS, P.E.I. - Coun. Debbie Johnston will serve as the first deputy mayor of Three Rivers. Mayor Ed MacAulay announced the decision during Monday’s council meeting. Read full story at The Guardian.

Three Rivers grants tax forgiveness for affordable housing units

THREE RIVERS, P.E.I.- A one-time affordable housing project has been approved for Three Rivers, but at least one councillor would like to see the policy go even further. During the first official meeting for Three Rivers council at Kings Playhouse Monday, council...

Montague Office

24 Queens Road, Montague
Phone: 902-838-2528

Georgetown Office

36 Kent Street, Georgetown
Phone: 902-652-2924

Montague Office

24 Queens Road, Montague
Phone: 902-838-2528

Georgetown Office

36 Kent Street, Georgetown
Phone: 902-652-2924