The Town of
A rich & proud history with a promising future!
There are approximately 1120 dwellings in Grand Bank, with approximately 1000 privately owned and 120 rentals.
The Town has building lots available in two locations – Malcolm Blvd. and Courtney Street.
It is the policy of council to insure that all developments are provided with an acceptable supply of drinking water and are attached to either a municipal sewer system or to a properly constructed and inspected private septic system.
Building permits can be obtained by applying to:
P.O. Box 640
Grand Bank, NL
Commercial Land Use:
Two main commercial sections include the downtown area that is in the vicinity of the waterfront, and a strip along the main highway bypass.
Commercial establishments include clothing stores, a bank, hardware stores, plumbing and heating supplies, restaurants, fast food take-outs, marine electronics services, pharmacy, medical clinics, craft shops and offices. Other grocery and confectionery stores are scattered throughout residential areas serving the needs of the immediate neighborhood.
There is one shellfish processing plant, which is currently operated by Grand Bank Seafood’s and located on the eastern side of the Grand Bank harbour. This plant operates year-round, processing surf clams. Grand Bank Seafood’s received the export award in the large manufacturing category at the 12th Annual Exports Awards. This was awarded for the ambition and success in taking their products aboard.
Residential Land Use:
Residential land use is almost entirely comprised of detached single-family dwellings – two- story homes and bungalows. Lot frontages are generally 60 feet with an approximate depth of 90 feet. The homes are well maintained and nicely landscaped. Well-disciplined parks and public buildings blend in with the general layout. A trailer court is situated in the Marine Drive area.