What is a Civic Address and why do I need one?
A Civic Address consists of: Civic Number, Street Name, Street Type & Community Name
Example: 27/ Centennial / Road / Hampton
Why do I need a Civic Address?
911 Emergency Service, Mail Delivery, Delivery Service, Most utility hook-ups require a valid civic address. Civic Addresses must be posted to receive any municipal service. We can't help you if we can't fine you.
How to get a Civic Address?
Call the Building and Development Officer, Carolyn Walker at (506)832-6082
Email: Carolyn@townofhampton.ca Please note that email inquiries will only be answered electronically to the email address you provide.
Fax your information to (506)832-6098
When requesting a civic address it is helpful to have the following information ready if known:
- Lot Number
- Assessed owner or assessment number
- Street Name and Community Name
Neighbouring civic numbers
Are you looking for a blue and white reflective civic number plate to post, as pictured here?
Plates are done up while you wait at the Rothesay Fire Department located at 7 Campbell Dr Rothesay, phone (506)848-6601. Drop in any time, $15 per civic plate.
You can also contact the New Brunswick 911 Bureau toll-free at 1-888-353-4444 or email NB9firstname.lastname@example.org to find a supplier of blue civic plates near you.
Every property owner must display their civic address in a way that is clearly visible from the main roadway leading to the home or business.