Perth-Andover is a Canadian village in Victoria County, New Brunswick. The village is divided by the Saint John River with Perth on the east bank and Andover on the West Bank; both were separate communities until municipal amalgamation in 1966. Perth-Andover's population meets the requirements for "town" status under the provincial Municipalities Act however it has not applied to change from village designation.
Perth-Andover Electric Light Commission (PAELC) is one of three municipal power utilities left in New Brunswick, and the only one completely independent of NB Power. The residents of the municipality therefore pay the lowest power rates in the province.