Village Staff make every effort to check for burnt-out street lights and report them to NB Power. However, if you notice any that are out or flickering, please contact the Village Office and advise of the exact pole location.
The Village Office Staff is responsible to assign civic numbers to new homes being erected in Village limits. These numbers must be assigned using 911 standards. Once assigned, 911 is advised; they in turn enter in their system and notify Canada Post who assigns a postal code. This process can take weeks – so if you require a civic number, please call the Village Office as soon as possible. We need to know the lot location, PID #, location of the house on the lot and location of the driveway.
Building permits are required for any construction and renovations and are issued by the Southeast Regional Service Commission 506-382-5386 . Applications are available at the Village Office or by visiting:
Southeast Regional Service Commission
1234 Main Street, 2nd Floor Suite 200, Moncton, NB E1C 1H7 http://www.nbse.ca/planning/
Blair Cameron is the Dog Constable for the Village of Hillsborough. Please note, Dog Tags are available for purchase beginning January 1 to March 31. Dog tags MUST be purchased by March 31st each calendar year; failure to purchase tags by March 31 may result in issuing a fine for non-compliance. Dog tags can be purchased directly through Blair Cameron (506-734-2209) or the Village Office. To purchase a dog tag, you MUST have proof of current rabies vaccination (proof is the paperwork from the administering Vet).
Dog Owners – please remember to pick up after your dogs when you are out walking on Village streets and trails, as per the Stoop & Scoop Bylaw.
The Village of Hillsborough is very proud of the volunteers who completely make up the 30 member department. The Hillsborough Volunteer Fire Department is very well equipped with four fire trucks (two tankers & two pumpers) and one rescue and equipment van, as well as off-road rescue equipment. Other rescue equipment including portable pumps, air breathing apparatus, air bags and the jaws of life. Various members of the department have completed Firefighter level 1 and 2 courses offered by the International Fire Service Training Association.
The Volunteer Firefighters send copious amount of time and effort in promoting fire safety in the community. Each year during Fire Prevention Week in October, the members host an open house at the fire hall and host tours of the fire hall. The youth love the opportunity to explore the fire trucks and have their pictures taken wearing firefighting gear. If you are interested in joining the Volunteer Fire Department team, please contact Fire Chief Glen Northrup at 506-734-7005.
After school program for youth ages 10 & up. Summer programs, PD school days, etc. Look for us in our new location at 61 Academy Street. For more information, contact Chelsey or Ashlei at 506-734-2606.
Law enforcement in the Village of Hillsborough is contracted to the RCMP. Administration for the Hillsborough force is carried out in the Riverview Detachment. For non-emergency inquiries. to report an accident or crime, please call the Riverview Detachment at 506-387-2222. If your situation requires immediate attention, please call 911.
The Village of Hillsborough is fortunate to have the benefit of services of a full-time family physician located on Main Street, Hillsborough.
The Albert County Heath & Wellness Center is pleased to offer lab services in Hillsborough at 2908 Main Street. Lab services are offered Tuesday & Thursday from 8:30 am – 11:30 am. Walk in services; must bring Medicare Card & lab requisition. Lab Specimen Drop Off offered Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am – 11:30 am; must bring Medicare Card & lab requisition. For more information on this service please contact Phyllis Hudson at 882-3100.
Ambulance service for the Hillsborough and outlying areas is provided by Ambulance NB. To ensure quick response, the ambulance is stored at an office within the Village between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm; after that, coverage is provided by a roaming ambulance. The paramedics also provide coverage at local events upon request.
Household waste must be separated into three bags: blue transparent bags for Recyclables, green (certified compostable or transparent) bags for Organics and clear transparent bags for Garbage. Household garbage is collected on Tuesday mornings and must be curbside by 6:00 am, but not prior to 7:00 pm on the preceding day. For more information on garbage separation, please visit: https://eco360.ca/
Special Waste Collection days will be posted our this website and posted in a Village Newsletter. If you have waste from construction or demolition projects, you can make your own arrangements by contacting Aaron Nelson at 506-734-1122.
Recycling Depot Hours, Steeves Street – Saturday 8:00 AM – 1:30 PM
The Hillsborough Public Library may be one of the smallest in the Province, but don’t let size deceive you. It is a beehive of activity. This small library services all of lower Albert County, and more books per capita pass through these doors than any other library in the Region. Children flock to the popular youth programs such as Tuesday and Wednesday mornings for the Literacy Express Program, Summer Reading Club, Lego night, etc. Visit today to see which Book Clubs are happening and other adult programing such as Craft hour, computer classes, etc. Area residents are able to browse books & extensive DVD collections, surf the web, access wifi and more. Visit the library today and say hello to the new Library Manager, Victoria Stroud.
- Sunday & Monday CLOSED
- Tuesday 10 am – 12 noon & 1 pm – 5 pm
- Wednesday 10 am – 12 noon & 1pm – 5 pm
- Thursday 1 pm – 5 pm & 6 pm – 8 pm
- Friday 10 am – 12 noon & 1 pm – 5 pm
- Saturday 10 am – 12 noon & 1 pm – 5 pm
Hillsborough is home of the TIGERS! Caledonia Regional High School (caledonia.nbed.nb.ca) and Hillsborough Elementary School (hillsboroughelementary.nbed.nb.ca) are staffed by over 50 school staff and educate over 500 students.
To learn more or to get involved with the Hillsborough Elementary Home & School Association, please visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/305816972813017/
Visitor Information Center
The Visitor Information Center is open seasonally (shoulder season – part time, staffed by volunteers) for tourists. The VIC is located at 2861 Main Street next to the Artisan Village. 506-734-2240
If you are interested in volunteering at the Visitor Information Center for the 2017 Season, please contact the Village Office at 506-734-3733.
The Visitor Information Center is now CLOSED for the 2016 Season.
Atlantica Outdoor Recreation Center, 110 Steeves Street
Gray Brook Marsh Wildlife Habitat & Walking Trails, Golf Club Road
Hank Braam Community Kiwanis Center, 47 Legion Street
Hillsborough Arena, 31 Mill Street – Open October through March
Hillsborough Golf Course, 443 Golf Club Road (& Hills Restaurant)
Hillsborough Outdoor Public Pool, 7 School Lane – Open Seasonally
Hillsborough Public Library, 2849 Main Street, Unit 2
Hillsborough Visitor Information Center
Hillsborough Wetland Park, 2861 Main Street
New Brunswick Railway Museum, 2847 Main Street
VOODOO Aircraft-CF 101 Voodoo Fighter Jet
On Display at the Steeves Street Parking Lot
White Rock Recreational Area
Walking and Mountain Bike Trails. Located on the Golf Club Road, just before the Hillsborough Golf Club. Watch for the Mastodon sign!
William Henry Steeves House Museum, 40 Mill Street
Albert County Hardware 2995 Main Street, (506) 734-2836
Albert County Outfitters 2890 Main Street, (506) 203-1188
Bank of Nova Scotia 2839 Main Street, (506) 734-2820
Broadview Power Sports 2884 Main Street, (506) 734-1114
Cooke’s Quik Mart & NB Liquor 2995 Main Street, (506) 734-2010
Felicity Mastectomy Boutique 2857 Main Street (506) 734-8106
Ford’s Pharmacy 2848 Main Street, (506) 734-2744
Gary Steeves Insurance 11 Simpson Street, (506) 734-3403
Gray’s Landing Artisan Gift Shop 2787 Main Street, (506) 233-2272
Greco Xpress/Capt. Submarine 2842 Main Street, (506) 734-8000
Harpers U-Pick 2937 Main Street, (506) 734-2360
Hillsborough Freshmart 2842 Main Street, (506) 734-8001
Hillsborough Irving 2799 Main Street, (506) 734-2650
Hillsborough Service Centre 2884 Main Street, (506) 734-2427
Momma T’s Ice Cream 2948 Main Street
Reflexology / Reiki 2807 Main Street, (506) 850-2186
Scotiabank Hillsborough 2839 Main Street
Snider’s Garage 7 Academy Street, (506) 734-2364
The Village of Hillsborough offers a FREE RV rest-area in the VOODOO Parking Lot on Steeves Street. Overnighters welcome!
Cinnamon Soul Café, 2831 Main Street (506) 203-2500
“A Definite MUST stop for Travelers.” -hartacres2015, Tripadvisor
Days of Olde Cooking & Baking, 2783 Main Street (506) 988-0988
A lovely welcomed addition to the Village.
Greco Xpress / Capt. Submarine, 2842 Main Street (506) 734-8000
Located inside the Hillsborough Freshmart store on Main Street.
Greco Party Pizzas, submarine sandwiches, fresh salads, chicken wings & more!!!
Hills Restaurant, 443 Golf Club Road (506) 734-6001
“Unbelievable Burgers & A1 Staff!” -HannaSHD, Tripadvisor
Oliver’s German Bakery, 2807 Main Street (506) 734-2327
Baking done with organic and non-genetically modified flour.
Railway Diner, 2890 Main Street (506) 203-1488
Yummy mix of home cooked meals and pub fare! Eat-in or take out.
Hillsborough Baptist Church, 26 Braam Crescent (506) 734-2379
Hillsborough United Church, 2891 Main Street (506) 734-2529
St. Mary’s Anglican Church, 39 Mill Street (506) 851-1690
Valley Baptist Church, 3039 Main Street (506) 734-3299
The Village of Hillsborough is located in southeastern New Brunswick, on the banks of the Petitcodiac River, approximately 30 kilometers south of the city of Moncton, close to Hopewell Rocks and Fundy National Park. We are situated on Route 114, which is a major tourist route to the Hopewell Rocks Park, Fundy National Park and the Fundy Scenic Drive. We are proud to promote ourselves as the “Eastern Gateway to the Fundy Tidal Zone”.
Taking pride in our rural character, Hillsborough is a prime destination for the outdoor enthusiast. Our marshes and wetlands offer excellent bird watching opportunities. Trail systems throughout the wetlands and abandoned quarry properties provide residents and visitors a natural setting for a leisurely walk. The young at heart can enjoy the challenge of a fast-paced mountain bike tour through diverse and picturesque trails.
Our Village is full of eastern hospitality and community pride. Hundreds of volunteers from the community make it possible to provide fire service, minor hockey and figure skating programs, annual festivals and celebrations and many other services that make the Village of Hillsborough one of the best communities to live in. Service clubs continue to volunteer their time to upgrade municipal facilities so that our residents have all the opportunities of the large urban areas.
There is much to do and see in Hillsborough—be sure to make this a long stop along your journey.