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Since its settlement in the late 1800s, the Village of Petitcodiac has always retained it feeling of community. Though we are a small community, we have a big heart.
A walk down Main Street will delight your senses with the aroma of fresh bread from the Honey and Spice Bakery. You can quietly rest in the downtown park gazebo, or be part of an enthusiastic crowd at the Westmorland County Fair. From the screams of laughter in the outdoor pool to the rivalry of hockey teams at the arena, the feeling of community surrounds you.
The Village of Petitcodiac is located on highway 1, midway between the City of Moncton and the Town of Sussex. This makes Petitcodiac the ideal place to live and do business.
Based on the 2006 census, Petitcodiac is home to 1370 people. Petitcodiac has a good mixture of all age groups, and the median age is 43.1 years.
Petitcodiac is a full service community. From retail shops and services to sports and cultural activities, Petitcodiac has something for everyone.
The Petitcodiac Regional School (PRS) offers an excellent education experience to children from Kindergarten to grade 12. The school has approximately 830 students and 50 teachers.
The school is uniquely divided into 3 separate areas that house the Elementary School, Middle School and High School. The gymnasium and cafeteria areas are shared between the three schools.
Late French Immersion is available starting in grade 6.
Besides the excellent academic instruction at the Petitcodiac Regional School, various sport and cultural activities are also available to students.
The Petitcodiac Health Center opened its doors in 1980 as part of the South-East Regional Health Authority’s network of health centers and hospitals.
The center provides a variety of drop-in services such as:
Blood pressure clinics
Various services are provided by appointment, such as:
Foot Care Clinic (VON)