Cambridge-Narrows

Welcome to the Cambridge-Narrows Village Website  

 

Attention:  Those Who Have Been Effected by the Flood: 

Flood Debris Clean Up:  The Village has placed Dumpsters at the far side of the Municipal Building Property for the disposal of flood damaged materials.

Please do not drop off Appliances or large items and bag any materials that can be bagged.

  Appliance and large items will be included in the road side pick up to scheduled at a later date. 

 

 

No Hazardous Waste to be placed in Dumpsters or picked up at any time.  A Hazardous Waste Day is being scheduled for July.  Information will be posted when available.

 Solid Waste Commission Hours, please contact the Commission at 444-5149 

 

If you are in need of clean drinking water there will be water made available at Nan's Country Store. Also, if you have perscriptions that are in need of filling, you can contact Fire Chief, Paul Beale at (506) 262-4130

 

Well water testing kits can be picked up at any Service New Brunswick office starting May 17th

Please refer to the following contact information for additional assistance with flooding:

 

www2.gnb.ca

 

 

Canadian Red Cross:  1-800-863-6582

Environmental Emergency: 1-800-565-1633

Report Flooding in your area: 1-800-561-4034

NB Power: 1-800-663-6272

River Watch Information Line:  1-888-561-4048

Flood Damage:  1-888-298-8555 or snb.ca

Fredericton Solid Waste: 444-5149

Public Safety, Inspection Services: 1-888-659-3222

 



 

Originally founded as two settlements: Cambridge and The Narrows, one on either side of the Washademoak Lake. Government merged the two settlements in 1966 to form Cambridge-Narrows.


The Village of Cambridge-Narrows is located in South-Central New Brunswick on the picturesque Washademoak lake; where unspoiled landscape, scenic views, and local hospitality give the community it's country charm.

 

The village is home to approximately 650 residents with three local campgrounds that attract a considerable number of residents during the summer months. Known as "Cottage Country", the village is also "home" to a number of seasonal cottage dwellers.