Welcome! Failte! Bienvenue!
of the County of Inverness is pleased to welcome you to one of Nova
Scotia's most pristine areas, Inverness County, comprising the
western side of the beautiful Cape Breton Island, home to the world
famous Cabot Trail, Ceilidh Trail, Lake Ainslie and Bras d'Or Lakes
We encourage you
to visit Inverness County and enjoy our wonderful seaside
communities, sparkling beaches and miles of rugged shoreline.
Stay awhile and take part in the many festivals and events where you
will enjoy the charm, culture and history each individual community
has to offer.
Browse through our
web site where we hope you will find it to be a relevant and
comprehensive source of information, meet our present day Council,
CAO, and various departments who manage the affairs of our County.
have any questions, comments or suggestions, please feel free to
contact us - see menu to the left - click Contact Us.
Inverness County Tourism Plan 2014
Please find below a link to a copy of the final draft of the
Inverness County Tourism Plan as presented to the Municipality of the
Inverness by consultant Harvey Sawler with Forerunner Creative. The plan has been made available for review in advance of the public presentation scheduled for April 12 at the Engage Inverness County Conference.
Please contact Donna MacDonald at
if you have any comments or questions about the plan.
community input has been received, Council will be meeting and will set forth to finalize the plan and begin to set priorities.
The plan will be presented to the public at the Engage
Inverness County Conference on the Saturday April 12, 2014 at the Inverness
Education Centre & Academy in Inverness.
For more information on the conference click here Engage Inverness County Information
Inverness County Strategic Tourism Plan
Low Income Exemption
Applications for Low Income Tax Exemptions
for the 2012-13 fiscal year are available. If your total household income for a single resident is $14,500 or less, a one hundred ($100) will be applied to your tax account. A copy of your 2011 “Notice of Assessment – RCCA” must be included with your application for the exemption. Applications are due to the municipal office by Sept 15. For a copy of the application for Exemption of Taxes click here Low Income