Welcome to the Miltonvale Park Community Council's website.
Miltonvale Park is a rural community, located at the northwest boundary of the City of Charlottetown in the Province of Prince Edward Island, Canada.
The Community of Miltonvale Park was incorporated in 1974, and includes the areas of North Milton, Milton Station, Springvale, South Milton, and Sleepy Hollow. Miltonvale Park is home to 1152 residents (2010 Census).
The Community is governed by an elected Council and Chair, and has a part-time administrator and a development officer to deal with building permits and subdivision applications.
For more information on the Council, including development permit and subdivision applications, child bursary applications, policies, minutes of meetings, public notices, newsletters, and the Special Planning Area project visit the “Council Information” page, and click on “on-line documents”.
The “Municipal Information” page contains information about the community, such as the Official Plan, Bylaws, Emergency Measures Plan, Committees, Municipal Map and Zoning Map.
The “News and Events Calendar” page leads you to an activity calendar for the community. To submit events, email email@example.com or call 368-3090. News stories can also be found in this section.
Please feel free to contact us with any concerns or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902.368.3090
Do you have a green thumb?
The Community of Miltonvale Park is looking for someone to plant and care for the community flower beds at the intersection of Rte 2 & 7 and...
Memory History Book Project - Meeting May 9
Meeting in conjunction/following the North Milton WI Meet Your Neighbour Pot Luck at the Milton Community Hall at 6:00 on Tuesday, May 9.
Yoga beginning May 1
Join us at 7 pm Mondays and 9 am on Wednesdays for yoga classes at the Milton Community Hall. Classes are scheduled to run for 4 weeks (8 classes...
Approved Bylaws and Official Plan
Official Plan and Bylaws – What can I do with my land? What can my neighbour do with his? Accessory buildings? Businesses? Windmills? Apartments?...
Exercise and Coffee Club - Mondays and Fridays
Fitness for 50+ Exercise classes are held at the Milton Community Hall on Mondays and Fridays at 9 a.m. Cost is $3/class. The Coffee pot is set...
Community Park - Update Fall 2016
The park is no longer staffed. Residents and friends are welcome to use the facilities at the park from dawn to dusk. Feel free to eat any produce...
EMO Survey - Link here!
Emergency Preparedness -The Community of Miltonvale Park is updating its Emergency Measures Plan - making special note of who may need extra...
Volunteer Award 2016 -John Hooper
Miltonvale Park Volunteer Award 2016
John Hooper - while operating a large dairy operation, finds time to make a valuable contribution...
Annual Meeting - Thurs March 30 2017 -INFO HERE
In 2017 - The Annual meeting for Miltonvale Park was at the Milton Community Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday March 30.
The meeting package...
When the Bluefield family of schools is closed or delayed due to weather -the council office will also be closed or delayed. Exercise classes...
March 2017 Community Newsletter
Get your latest copy of the community newsletter here (or get a paper copy at the Community Council office at the Milton Community Hall, or select...
Tobacco Free Policy
The Community Park located on Sleepy Hollow Road is now a Tobacco Free Facility (May 23, 2013)
Seniors Moments and Matters
Interested in a summary of the 2011 project undertaken by the Community of Miltonvale Park to survey and engage seniors? The report can be linked...
Water and Sewer Update
The City has given permission for Miltonvale Park to connect to their water and sewer infrastructure, and as of July 6, 2012, connections can...
Census Data Released
Click on the link to the website to see the latest 2011 census data released.
The community posts development approvals to the province's PEI Planning Decisions website, and at Council office at the Milton Community Hall....
Next Council Meeting -May 17, 2017
Regular monthly meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30, although they are not usually held in July, August or December. The next...