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The Anti Graffiti Symposium - Early bird tickets are available until February 28, 2018


TAGS 2018 is brought to you by Downtown Moncton Centre-ville Inc. (DMCI) and will be held at Crowne Plaza Moncton. The Anti-Graffiti Symposium (TAGS) is an annual conference open to individuals working for municipalities, law-enforcement agencies, public safety, schools, community groups, businesses and other agencies affected by and working to prevent and reduce Graffiti vandalism, and to increase criminal and civil enforcement efforts.

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DMCI launches the 2018 Façade Development Program

DMCI is now accepting applications for the 2018 Façade Development Program. Improvement grants are available on a first-come, first-served basis until the annual budget allocation has been depleted. Under the program, successful applicants are eligible to receive up to 50% of the total costs of improvements (excluding the HST) up to a maximum of $3,000 per façade with a maximum of two façades per applicant.


2018 Events and Festivals funding requests

Applications must be submitted to DMCI no later than March 2, 2018, and at least 30 days before the event to allow for processing and approval by DMCI. All grants are valid for the current year only. They are not subject to automatic renewal.


Downtown Moncton Gift Cards

Downtown Moncton Gift Cards make great corporate or personal gifts! Click the button below for a complete list of participating businesses. Don’t forget, they can also be used at all downtown parking meters!

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Downtown Overnight Parking - Pilot Project

From December 1st until April 15, the City of Moncton will be conducting a pilot project to remove the overnight winter parking ban (midnight to 7 a.m.) in the downtown area when conditions warrant.

The decision to lift the ban will be based on the following factors: planned snow clearing activities and forecasted weather.

The pilot project will cover the area from King Street to Vaughan Harvey Boulevard (east to west) and from St. George Street to Assomption Boulevard (north to south).

Regular overnight parking restrictions in the pilot area will be enforced unless noted otherwise. Motorists will be responsible for verifying if the overnight parking restrictions have been lifted.

The City will not be responsible for motorists who receive parking tickets if parked overnight when the restrictions are in place.


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