The Village Office has reopened with reduced hours (below) for residents to pay their water and sewer accounts and to purchase dog tags. Please review the screening questions listed below before entering the building. We also ask that you use the hand sanitizer provided upon entering. 

Office Hours – Open to the public. Please note these hours are subject to change. 
Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 12:30PM

Residents that wish to make their water and sewer payments online, may do so via their bank (Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal, CIBC, Tangerine or the National Bank) or by mailing us a cheque. You can still reach us during regular business hours at 734-3733 or Please note, the Village of Hillsborough does not have the resources to monitor and respond to questions and conversations our Facebook posts generate. 

The Village of Hillsborough has activated our emergency response plan to Level 1; Enhanced Monitoring. This means that our emergency measures coodinator is continuously monitoring developments and is in regular contact with regional emergency measures personnel and our employees. If you have questions or concerns about the spread of Coronavirus in our community, please feel free to contact our emergency measures coordinator, Bob Rochon, by email at

The Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health for New Brunswick recently introduced a self-assessment tool on their website. The tool is intended to help you determine if you should be tested for Coronavirus. Access COVID-19 Self Assessment online tool here. Everyone has a role to play in mitigating the impact of Coronavirus. It takes more than governments and action from the health sector to protect the health and safety of New Brunswickers. We all have a role to play. Please do your part!

You can stay informed of developments as they relate to the spread of Coronavirus in New Brunswick and what you can do to protect yourself and others by visiting the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health website at: and the Public Agency of Canada website at:

We thank you for your continued support during this difficult time and remind everyone to refer to the Provincial Coronavirus Web Page at as a reliable source of current information. It should be noted that in the event of illness of staff, both the water and sewer system can be operated remotely to ensure continuous service/supply to our residents.

For a national perspective on what’s happening re: Coronavirus, here is a link to updates posted by the Government of Canada:

The following link, also posted by the Government of Canada, concerns public gatherings:


Last updated June 19, 2020 3:00PM