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The RBC Cup Expected to be an Economic Homerun: Summerside- As Summerside prepares to welcome the best Junior “A” hockey teams from across the nation in May, the local organizing committee and the City of Summerside are working hard to even further enhance the economic impact the event will have on the region. In 2010 Hockey Canada completed an economic impact assessment of the RBC Cup hosted in Dauphin Manitoba. The results showed… read more

Speed Zone Changes Effective December 1, 2012

Published on Monday November 26th, 2012

~ by Mayor and Council

The City of Summerside would like to inform motorists that on December 1st, 2012 the following changes in speeds limits will be in effect;  Water Street East Between Gillespie Avenue and Read Drive, a reduction in speed from 60Km/hr to 50Km/hr.  Water Street East Between Wilmot Lane and Gillespie Avenue, an increase in speed from 40Km/hr to 50Km/hr.  MacEwen Road between Water Street and Hospital Property an increase in speed from… read more

Community Services Dept. December Brochure

Published on Friday November 23rd, 2012

~ by Community Services


Santa Claus Parade

Published on Tuesday November 20th, 2012

~ by Community Services

The annual Santa Claus Parade will be held On Monday, November 26th at 6:30pm. The parade will start at the County Fair Mall  make it's way down Granville Street, turn onto Water Street ending at Central Street. Come meet Santa Claus and enjoy balloons, face painting and inflatable fun from 6pm to 9pm (Water Street).




Summerside wins regional sustainability award The City of Summerside has won top honours for its sustainability efforts from a regional business magazine. The city took first place in the Atlantic Business Magazine's corporate social responsibility awards, in the category of small business up to 500 employees. Highlighted were Summerside's wind power initiative, which supplies about 27 per cent of the city's electricity, and its wastewater treatment… read more