Public Notices

The Woody Point Community Trail is for foot traffic. If, as a snowmobiler, you find yourself on the Community Trail please slow down and proceed with caution and move off the trail as soon as it is safe to do so.
The Snowmobile Trail is for snowmobiles. If, as a walker, hiker and/or snowshoer, you find yourself on the groomed snowmobile trail please be aware that snowmobiles have the Right of Way and proceed with caution.
Please be reminded that both trails are use at your own risk.
We remind all outdoor enthusiasts to be aware of your surroundings and those around you. If we work together we can all safely enjoy the beautiful hills of Woody Point.
Faxing & Photocopies at the Town Office
Due to the high volume of faxing and photocopying being done at the office a charge will now apply to cover long distance charges, ink, paper, and clerks time.
Fax: $1.00 for the first page and $0.10 for each additional page
Photocopies: $0.10 per page
Please provide the exact change at time of service as there will be no cash back.
Thank you for understanding of this matter.
Lt(N) Chris Gabriel, the leader of the Run the Rock Team was here on Thursday, August 18th to present the award for the town with the most money raised for Children’s Wish.
Aiden Crewe (President), Lt(n) Chris Gabriel, Sharon Chaulk and Inez Kelly (Event Coordinators), Fred MacLean (Mayor) and Clarence Strickland(1st Vice).
Congratulations to everyone who participated and donated money towards this very worthwhile cause!!!
run the rock
The Town Council of Woody Point would like to express their most sincere appreciation to the organizing committee of the Come Home Year Festivities.
They have gone beyond the call of duty to make this event most memorable for everyone. Although many people have contributed to its success, it is necessary to highlight the outstanding effort of all concerned:
Crystal Blanchard for her leadership and the organization of the Meet and Greet.
Ida Noel for the wonderful Variety Show…wasn’t the talent incredible?
Debbie Humphrey for the Memory Tree and Board for passed loved ones.
Sharon Howell Tatchell and Glenda Wilton for the Kitchen Party and the Meet and Greet.
Wavey Osmond who was involved in all of the above.
Elton Howell and Perry Burden for the Grand Finale on Saturday. I’m sure the reunion of “Uncle Harry’s Bar Band” will be remembered for years to come. It must be noted that these two gentlemen seemed to be everywhere, especially if physical labour was required.
Jack Parsons for emceeing the Meet and Greet.
Jenny Parsons for emceeing the Variety Show.
Tony Berger for the Yaffle of Bonne Bay storied and songs.
The Pentecostal Church (Lisa Frampton) for the Singspiration.
The GBS Recreation Committee for the Jiggs Dinner.
The Funtastics 55+ Club (Marina Boone) for a delicious breakfast.
The Parsons Family for the Musical tribute.
Alison Normore and Barb Daniel and their many “Beautifiers” for the flowers, painting and clean-up. The Town looks very nice.
The Town Staff also played a major role in the preparation for this event, Jacqueline, Roger, Cyril, Bill and Bailey, your efforts are greatly appreciated and to anyone else who may have helped in any way I thank you so much. Your help was very much appreciated.
Of course the Come Home Year 2016 would not have happened without the continued support of our sponsors. Thank you all.
As I stated during the Meet and Greet, our town always was, and remains to be, a wonderful place to live. We all hope you had a wonderful time visiting with family and many long, lost friends. Have a safe trip home and come back to see us real soon.
Fred MacLean
Town of Woody Point

Please, Please tell your children to not climb the water tower in Woody Point. Youth were observed Friday night (we have pictures of the youth) climbing the tower and standing on the top)

It is not safe to do so, the ladder support system is failing, the roof is not supported by anything inside…should the ladder fail or the roof collapse, your child is dead…I can’t put it any other way…it is not safe to be there….Please tell your children to stay away from the tower!!!!

We will be putting something in place to prevent further access as well.


 We would like to extend a very big thank you to everyone who supported the Fort McMurray Red Cross Fundraising event held on Saturday at the Royal Canadian Legion in Woody Point. $5,852.40 was raised. On behalf of the residents of Woody Point the Town Council donated $1,000.00 towards this great cause.
Our community has won the award for the highest contribution in Newfoundland and Labrador in support of HMCS St. John’s “Run the Rock” team for the Children’s Wish Foundation. We raised in excess of $10,800.00, with contributions still coming in.
In the picture are L to R: Ken Thomas, Mayor Woody Point; Steven Parsons, Run the Rock team member, Sharon Chaulk, event organizer, Alex Crocker, President, Branch 45, Royal Canadian Legion.
A very special thank you from the event organizers is extended to all reidents of our communities for your support in this most worthwhile cause. Let’s hope that next year we can continue to support the Children’s Wish Foundation and the “Run the Rock” team.



Attention residents of Woody Point, Winterhouse Brook and Curzon Village

Please remember to cover your garbage or place it in a garbage box or can. We have plenty of crows and sea gulls flying around this year who are more than happy to tear your garbage apart looking for food.

The garbage contractor is not responsible for picking up any garbage strewn about by the birds.

We thank you for your cooperation in this matter.



If you are doing renovations to the outside of your home, shed, or business please remember that you have to apply for a permit to do so. Failure to do so can result in a stop work order being issued.

You can visit the Municipal Documents tab  for a full list of what activities require a permit. You can also call or visit the office for further information.


Attention residents:

Now that we have had our clean-up day and much garbage was removed from the town (Thank you for helping to keep our towns clean) we ask that you refrain from putting large items out with your household garbage until after Labour Day.

The reason for this request is due to the large amount of regular garbage that will be produced over the summer with all the businesses around town open and more summer homes being open. Last summer a second truck had to be used on several occasions due to the large amount of garbage. We are hoping to avoid the use of second trucks this year as this would help to keep the garbage costs down for everyone.

I thank you in advance for your consideration of this matter and would like to advise that there will be a fall clean-up day after Labour Day.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact the town office.



If you are doing renovations to the outside of your home, shed, or business please remember that you have to apply for a permit to do so. Failure to do so can result in a stop work order being issued.

You can visit the Municipal Documents tab  for a full list of what activities require a permit. You can also call or visit the office for further information.


On Thursday, March 6, 2015 the Town Council, Woody Point presented the Student Council of Bonne Bay Academy with a donation of $400.00 toward their trip to Marble Mountain. We hope you have lots of fun!!!



 Annual Park Pass

The 2016

The town office for the Town of Woody Point will be closed on Monday, October 10th for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We will re-open as normal on Tuesday, October 11th.
Wishing you a safe and happy holiday weekend!

annual park pass for Gros Morne National Park, a
year-round destination, is now available.

A park pass is required for use of all services and facilities in the national park including day use areas, campgrounds, Discovery Centre, Visitor Centre, other park facilities, hiking trails, cross-country ski trails, for fishing, snowmobiling and interpretation activities.

Revenues are used to support and improve the park services and facilities.

For your convenience, Gros Morne National Park annual passes are
available at the following Parks Canada facilities and business

Gros Morne National Park Discovery Centre, Woody Point
Gros Morne National Park Administration Building, Rocky Harbour
Gros Morne National Park Visitor Centre, Rocky Harbour
Valleyview Restaurant & Convenience, Trout River
Old Loft Restaurant, Woody Point
Seaside Suite & Gift Shop, Woody Point
Roy Young Ltd., Glenburnie-Birchy Head-Shoal Brook
Lomond River Lodge, Lomond
Coyley’s Convenience & Gas Bar, Wiltondale
Fisherman’s Landing Inn, Rocky Harbour
Gros Morne Cabins, Rocky Harbour
Parkway Irving, Rocky Harbour
Bonne Bay Pharmachoice, Norris Point
C & J Rumbolts, Norris Point
Terry’s Bed & Breakfast, Norris Point
Western Petroleum, Norris Point
St. Paul’s Grocery, St. Paul’s
Shallow Bay Motel, Cow Head
Arthur James, Corner Brook
Greenwood Inn & Suites, Corner Brook
Pasadena Foodland, Pasadena
Driftwood Inn, Deer Lake
Foodland, Deer Lake
Big Falls Tourist Lodge, Bonne Bay Pond (White Hills)

For more information:
709.458.2417 or



There is now a commissioner of oaths available at the town office in Woody Point to witness signatures on documents. She will be available from Monday to Friday 9 am to 12 pm. A $10 fee will apply.
For further information please contact the town office at 453-2273.


Did you know???? Consumers and businesses in Newfoundland and Labrador can responsibly recycle their end-of-life electronics FREE OF CHARGE, simply by bringing their old or unwanted products to an EPRA Drop-off Centre. closest location to Woody Point is the Scotia Recycling Green Depot:
55 Maple Valley Road, Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6T3
Phone: 709-634-2025


Introducing another way to help you develop your business in Woody Point. The Town of Woody Point has partnered with BizPal to provide current regulations and permits required for business set-up and growth in the Municipality of Woody Point.Welcome to BizPaL, your online source of information on permits and licences.Launched in 2005, BizPaL is jointly managed by a partnership involving governments at the federal, provincial, territorial and municipal levels. Provinces, territories and hundreds of municipalities have collaborated together to provide you with the permits and licences that may be required to start and grow your business.Streamlining your business permit and licensing experienceWhy BizPaL…

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BizPaL is a service provided by the federal, provincial/territorial, and municipal governments


Garbage Collection

 I would like to provide you with a small list of do’s and don’ts for garbage placement at the curb.

  1. No metals to be placed at the curb.
  2. If you have large items such as old beds, bureaus, couches, wooden tables, chairs, etc. the contractor will take these at the curb with the regular garbage.
  3. The contractor will allow boxes and small bags such as kitchen catchers to be placed for pick-up, along with the regular full size garbage bags.
  4. Please place your garbage at your boundary line.
  5. The contractor will be providing a 4 yard bin that can be rented by residents and businesses for dumping of construction material on job sites.  The cost to rent is $50 per bin load. The contractor will drop the bin off to you and will remove when finished.  If the bin has to be dumped before the job is finished it will be dumped on Tuesdays when the contractor is in town.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the town office by telephone 453-2273, by email, via the web at or on Facebook


Recycling Program

The Bonne Bay Recreation/Rink Committee has implemented a recycling program for beverage containers only. They will be accepting recyclables for drop-off only.

Items can be dropped off at the front door of the rink.  The following items can be dropped off for recycling:

Aluminum Cans: Soft drinks, beer, juice and flavoured drinks, and energy drinks.

Plastic Containers: Clear, tinted and opaque soft drinks, water, juice, flavoured drinks, liquor bottles, imported beer, flavoured (strawberry or banana) “twist-and-go” milk containers, and yogurt drinks.

Glass Bottles: Clear, tinted and opaque soft drinks, water, juice, flavoured drinks, liquor bottles, imported beer.

Steel Cans: Small single-serve containers and large juice containers.

Drink Boxes (Tetra): Juice, flavoured drinks and milkshakes (including white, chocolate and flavoured milkshakes), and some alcoholic beverages (like wine and vodka).

Gable Top Containers: Juice and flavoured drinks.

Mini Sips (Drink Pouches): Juice and flavoured drinks pouches.

Bag-in-Box : Bag-in-Box wine (bag only).

For more information please feel free to contact the town office 453-2273.

7 thoughts on “Public Notices

    1. Hi Paul,

      Thanks for the reminder! I had meant to post this earlier…hope this helps. If you have any questions let me know.

      Jacqueline Blanchard
      Town Manager

  1. L Dolmage

    CONGRATS Jacqueline. My hope is that the town will be cleaned-up. The garbage
    left in fields consisting of disabled vehicles and other things is not very attractive in
    such a beautiful area. The hills and water are so relaxing and inviting . It would be
    much more appealing to the tourists and the local residence. I am a former resident
    and visit yearly. Wishing you all a great year and much success. L Dolmage

  2. Thank you for your kind words about Woody Point. Clean-up around town is an ongoing issue that the council is addressing on a daily basis. We are actively promoting a cleaner and tidier town to all our residents. It is a beautiful area and we want to enhance on that beauty.


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