McAdam is growing.
We’d love for you
to join us.
McAdam offers programs and activities for all ages! From grade school sports to programming for tots to senior clubs, our community’s location and culture is the ideal setting to get involved and explore!
Small town charm
- 1 hour to Fredericton
- 45 minutes to St. Stephen
- 1.5 hours to Saint John
- Walking distance to Wauklahegan Lake
- Minutes to the US Border
- Raise a family
- Retire in comfort
Warm & Welcoming
What Residents Are Saying
A wonderful place to live primarily because of the people. McAdam is located in a beautiful region, offering fantastic outdoor pursuits as well as several options of year round activities for all the family. It is also ideally situated offering unique benefits of being quiet and rural with its own great facilities whilst being in easy driving distance of several urban centres.
The warm and welcoming residents of the village are one of its top assets---they create a strong community bond. Everyone is always willing to work together. All of the great activities that are available happen because of the willingness of residents to volunteer and make it all happen.Anon
Living in a small village has such perks as having your pharmacist offering to meet you 15 km from the Confederation Bridge on their way to PEI to deliver your prescriptions to save you from driving from Murray Beach Provincial Park to McAdam to pick them up. Living in McAdam gives you such a good feeling when friends plough your driveway and yard without being asked and wanting nothing in return for payment or going to the local grocery store and being able to say hello to everyone who comes in because you know them all. The great feeling of organizing an event like a Homecoming and having citizens open their homes to former citizens because we have no hotel, to all of the non-profit organizations doing meals for the extra 600-700 people who descended on our Village for four days. Living in McAdam and having so many people volunteer at the Station for the Christmas tour to decorate rooms, to take tickets, to serve cider, to prepare meals for the volunteers and the bus loads from out of town, and to man each room to offer explanations on the decorations.!Stephanie Smith
A friendly community filled with people who care. A wonderful place to raise a family, lots of opportunity to enjoy nature and the great outdoors. We have lived here almost 60 years and have had a life of peace and contentment. Thank you to all the residents of McAdam, you are indeed the town’s greatest asset!Austin Kelly
When my husband and I were searching for a destination for our next adventure, something about McAdam drew us in. We took the leap and moved here a year and a half ago, and this charming little village has had such a tremendous positive impact on our lives every single day since.The warmth and generosity of the people, the beautiful natural environment---including the lovely McAdam Trail---the stunning station---which anchors the town, and highlights its historic significance---these are just a few of the things that make McAdam so very special. I cannot wait to see what magic happens here next as McAdam grows and makes strides toward an ever brightest future!Elizabeth Bedore
McAdam is a small community where you can can walk pretty well everywhere. Housing is affordable, which is a great asset. There are a lot of activities to be involved in. The Village offers good recreation programs for all ages that allow people to connect---new, current and retired.Peggy LaKing
Relaxed & Laid Back
Frequently Asked Questions
For information on public schools contact Anglophone West School District at 453-5454 or 1-888-388-4455 or visit their website.
You can contact the local schools directly at:
- Elementary (Grades K-5): 784-6808
- High School (Grades 6-12): 784-6828
The Village operates a Pre-K Program 2 mornings a week from 9am-12pm. Contact the Village Office at 784-2293 for enrollment information.
If you are new to the community, please call the McAdam Health Centre at 784-6300 between 7am and 7pm to arrange for an appointment. The Health Centre has 2 physicians and a Nurse Practitioner. New residents to the Village are guaranteed a family physician.
Contact Canada Post at 784-3186. The Post Office is located at 105 Saunders Road and is open Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm. Closed Saturday and Sunday.
No, not officially. However, we do have a Welcoming Committee. Contact Gloria Adams at 784-2789 for information and a visit.
Call 911. McAdam has a 25 man volunteer fire department and the fire station is located in the Village Office complex.
Please note that fire permits are required for all open fires on a year round basis. Permits are available at the Village Office at no cost and are good for 3 days.
The Irving Gas Bar is located at 153 Harvey Road in the Mini-Mall and is open:
- Monday-Friday: 6am-9pm
- Saturday: 8am-9pm
- Sunday: 9am-8pm
Garbage is picked up weekly on Thursdays between 8am and 4pm and there is a bag limit of 2 bags per household per week. You can purchase tags for additional bags at the Village Office at $2.00 per tag.
Recycling containers for cardboard, paper and plastic containers (must contain #s 1 or 2 in the Mobius loop on the container) are located on Saunders Road opposite the former Klinker’s Restaurant.
McAdam Outreach provides personal care, homemaking, Meals on Wheels, caregiver relief and companion services, life line, equipment and more. Located in Wauklehegan Manor at 15 Saunders Road. Contact: 784-6308 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call 911 for emergency situations or to report a crime in progress. The Village has an RCMP detachment located at 32 Harvey Road which can be contacted at 784-1205 for general enquiries. The office is open daily from 9-5pm
No, neither services are available. However, there is a weekly bus service to either Fredericton or St. Stephen available for medical or other appointments or events. Reservations [call 784-2293] are requested if you plan to use the service.
Call Chief Operations Officer at 784-2293
The McAdam Health Centre is open Monday-Friday from 7am to 7pm. The centre is usually closed on all statutory holidays.
There are two hospitals located within 60 minutes of the Village:
- Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton (452-5400)
- Charlotte County Hospital in St. Stephen (465-4444)
In the event of a medical emergency contact Ambulance NB by calling 911. Ambulance NB maintains an ambulance locally within a guaranteed 22 minute response time. Our Fire Department has also been designated as ‘first-responders’ when the ambulance is out of town.
The Village’s elected officials make every effort to be available to residents. The Mayor and each of the 4 Councillors can be reached by calling the village office at 784-2293. Personal contact information on Councillor’s roles can be found here.
Yes, the Wauklehegan Manor provides meals for seniors/shut-ins. Call 784-6303 for further information.
Yes. The Village Animal Control By-Law #49 requires that dogs be registered annually.
Licenses are available at the town office. At present, there is no requirement to register cats. A list of by-laws can be found here.
Your local MLA is John Ames.
- Address: 78 Milltown Blvd., Suite 5 St. Stephen, NB, E3L 1G6
- Fax: 506-801-9443
- Toll Free: 1-844-466-7484
- e-mail: email@example.com
Your MP is Karen Ludwig who represents the federal riding of NB Southwest.
- Address: 49 King Street, St. Stephen, NB, E3L 1C1
- Fax: 506-466-2813
- Ottawa phone: 613-995-5550
- Ottawa fax: 613-995-5226
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The McAdam Pharma-Choice is located at 153 Harvey Road, Unit 4 and is open:
- Monday-Friday: 9am – 7pm
- Saturday: 9am – 5pm
- Sunday: Closed
PLEASE NOTE that the Pharmacist is only on duty weekdays from 9 to 5:30 although prescriptions that have been called in can be picked up during store hours.
Plowing of the Village streets is the responsibility of the Village, while the Province maintains the main street which is part of Provincial Highway 4. There is a ban on parking on the streets between 12:30 am and 5:30 am from Dec. 1 – March 31, [Village By-Law 20] and a ban on dumping snow on Village streets or Provincial Highway under Section 69, Clause 1(a) of the Provincial Highway Act. A fine of up to $2,500.00 may result.
Vehicles must be registered at the Service New Brunswick office located at 93 Milltown Blvd. in St. Stephen.
The Village has a seniors’ complex that provides apartments at subsidized rates for qualified applicants. Contact Maple Grove Apartment at 784-3295 or 470-6608.
Wauklehegan Manor is a 32 bed Nursing Home located at 11 Saunders Road, McAdam. Call 784-6303 for information.