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Porters lake community Center

 

 

Schools

http://lakeview.ednet.ns.ca/

http://oconnell.ednet.ns.ca/

http://beaux-marais.ednet.ns.ca/

 

 

Things to Do & Places to See

Lawrencetown Beach

Crowbar Lake Hiking Trail

 

Churches

Foundation United Baptist

http://parishofseaforth.ca


PORTERS LAKE AND AREA COMMUNITY POLICING OFFICE

In the latter part of 2002, the possibility of opening a community policing office was discussed at the monthly meetings of the Porters Lake Community Services Association. As the ideas grew, a committee was formed to contact the RCMP with this idea. In the Spring of 2003, with the cooperation of the RCMP command staff and the local Musquodoboit Harbour officers, an office in the Community Centre was renovated and on December 5, 2003, the office was opened with great fanfare.

Volunteers from the local community are instrumental in maintaining this office. Each volunteer had to go through an extensive security check and now donate their time to keep the office open from 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Saturday. There is no funding from the RCMP and the office is maintained strictly from donations and assistance from the Porters Lake Community Services Association. As in all volunteer organizations, we always need more help. If you can assist us with a few hours of your time, please give us a call.

The main aim of the office is to increase the police presence in our community. The volunteers can act as a liaison between persons with community concerns and the RCMP. We have helped to organize Town Hall meetings as well as enlisting volunteers for other programs such as COPS, Neighborhood Watch, and Citywatch. Why not just drop in to say hello? We are located in the Porters Lake Community Centre at the side entrance. Our phone number is 827-4294. If no one is there, voice mail will take the call.

Welcome to porterslake.com!

Porters Lake has become one of the fastest growing communities in the HRM and this website was created to provide information to those looking at moving to the area, for those working here to have a place on the web that they can advertise on, or to give those living here a chance to see what is happening in their community. Since starting the site in 2001 we have received over 200,000 hits and have redesigned the site to be more user friendly with a page where residents can post their own buy & sell ads or community events. We welcome pictures and local news and be sure to e-mail us with any questions or suggestions.

One of Nova Scotia's fastest growing communities.. The community of Porters Lake is a perfect blend of country living just minutes from Halifax/Dartmouth. Porters Lake is one of the largest lakes in the province and provides numerous access points for boating, swimming, fishing, and every other watersport and activity you desire.
Local amenities include a large Superstore, Tim Horton's, Service Stations, Spas, Dental Clinic, Shopping, Hardware Stores, Pub, Subway, Needs Convenience Store and more.



Useful Porters Lakes Links

www.plcsa.org
Porters Lake Community Service Association.

The Porter’s Lake Community Services Association (PLCSA) services and supports the Porter’s Lake community and surrounding area by maintaining recreation facilities, hosting events, and organizing activities for all community members. The Association is made up of community members of all ages who are committed to conserving and improving the quality of community life in Porter’s Lake.

Porters Lake


Porters Lake is a residential community in the eastern shore region of the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia between Trunk 7 and Route 207, 27.8 km from Halifax. The residents mainly commute to jobs in Dartmouth, Burnside Industrial Park or in Downtown Halifax. The community is built around the lake that in 24 km long for which the community is named afters .

Demographics
Total Population 3217
Total Dwellings 1286
Total Land Area 91.573 km²

 

 

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