Recreation & Community Wellness
The Department assists community groups, depending on specific needs, with coordination, planning, co-sponsorship, cost-sharing, and promotion; and where resources are available provides recreational and educational opportunities for County residents that otherwise would not exist.
To contact the Recreation & Community Wellness Department, please use our contact form here.
The Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) provides advice to Council on identifying, preventing and eliminating barriers to people with disabilities in municipal programs, services, initiatives and facilities. The Committee plays a pivotal role in helping the Municipality of County of Inverness become a barrier‐free community and ensuring obligations under An Act Respecting Accessibility in Nova Scotia.
Grants are subject to the availability of funds in Council’s current year’s operating budget. An approval of a grant application in any year does not imply or suggest that approval will be received in subsequent years. If applying online or by email, you are encouraged to follow up with a phone call after submitting an application to ensure your email was received.
Canadian Tire Jumpstart helps financially disadvantaged kids get involved in organized sport and recreation by covering the costs of registration, equipment, and/or transportation. Recreation is proud to administer the Canadian Tire Jumpstart program in the Municipality of the County of Inverness.