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Welcome to the Official Town of Georgina Community Web!

Frequently Visited

Replacement of Hydro One Smart Meters

Hydro One is changing meters in the Province to convert from the current cellular technology to radio frequency technology. Hydro One indicates these meter changes will improve system reliability and offer more compatibility with the rest of the Province. Hydro One will be changing approximately 4000 meters in Georgina, East Gwillimbury, and King. This is expected to be completed by the end of July.


Volunteer Wanted For The Link Steering Committee

The Town of Georgina invites persons to serve in their community on The Link Steering Committee. The appointment shall be until the completion of the initial construction phase and tenant occupancy has occurred (expected January 2016), with the possibility of continued service. Application Forms must be submitted to the Clerk's Office via mail, in person, or by email on/before Friday, July 3, 2015 at 4:30 PM.


Have Your Say - Georgina's Draft Official Plan

The Town has released its Draft Official Plan and is seeking input from the public. Comments may be submitted by mail, email, or fax. The Draft Official Plan can be viewed online and hard copies are also available at the Civic Centre and Georgina's three libraries. The deadline for providing comments is July 31, 2015.


York Region Employment Survey

The Regional Municipality of York is conducting its Annual Employment Survey. The survey data is used to: Monitor local economic trends, analyze and market local business sectors, form business attraction and retention strategies, forecast future transit and infrastructure needs, and create business directories. Businesses can participate in the survey when an employment surveyor visits between May and August or you can submit your business information online. Participate in the survey and receive a FREE listing in the online York Region Business Directory.


LSRCA Watershed Heroes Conservation Awards - Nominations

Do you know of an individual or group who is making a positive impact on Lake Simcoe's watershed? Show your appreciation for their accomplishments and hard work by nominating them for an LSRCA Watershed Heroes Conservation Award! LSRCA is accepting nominations for its annual Conservation Awards celebration being held on October 15 at Madsen's Garden & Greenhouse in Newmarket. The deadline to submit nominations is August 14. Visit the LSRCA website for full details.


Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) in Georgina

EAB is a highly invasive insect that attacks and feeds on all species of ash trees, killing them within one to three years. Ash trees account for 19% of Georgina's tree population. Under the Town's Phased Ash Tree Removal and Replacement Program, the Parks & Facilities Division is currently removing Municipally-owned trees on a priority basis as determined by any danger/threat to the public or public property. Replenishing the removed trees will occur during usual planting seasons in the fall and spring, and a different species of tree will be planted. For more information, please visit our EAB page.


Don't Forget Your Permits!

Garage Sale Permits, Open Air Burning (Fire) Permits, and Firework Licences are required in Georgina. Check out the Permits Reminder for details on how to obtain yours!


Coyote Sightings Prompts Reminder from the Ministry of Natural Resources

Please be advised that following some recent coyote sightings in Georgina, the Ministry of Natural Resources is reminding residents about some important safety tips should you encounter one. An increase in coyote sightings can be attributed to changes in land use, agricultural practices, weather, supplemental feeding, and natural food shortages. For more information on coyotes, please view the Living with Coyotes Fact Sheet.


Changes To Canada Post Delivery Service

The Town has learned that some residents have been visited by Canada Post Representatives indicating that their property is a proposed location for a Community Mail Box (CMB) and for any questions, to contact Town staff. Council continues to oppose these changes in delivery service. If you have any questions about the upcoming changes to delivery service, you are reminded to contact the Canada Post Customer Call Centre at 1-844-454-3009, not the Town. Canada Post Corporation Representatives attended Council on April 1 to present information surrounding upcoming changes to its residential delivery service. A copy of the presentation can be viewed at the Agendas and Minutes page. Earlier this year, Canada Post announced that approximately 4,100 door-to-door customers in Keswick will be converted to Community Mailboxes in 2015 as part of their conversion of approximately 1/3 of Canadian addresses to Community Mailboxes. Further information is available on the Community Mailbox Conversions webpage. View the Map of Affected Areas.


Community Improvement Plan Applications are Open

The Economic Development Division is now accepting applications for financial incentive programs from commercial building owners, business owners and commercial tenants within the three identified Community Improvement Plan Areas. The Community Improvement Plan applies to those areas within the Uptown Keswick, Jackson's Point and Sutton High Street areas that are within an identified Business Improvement Area (BIA). Please view the CIP Overview or the complete Community Improvement Plan for the programs and eligibility requirements. Application forms can be filled out online or hand written. If you are interested in applying for funding through the Community Improvement Plan please contact the Economic Development Division to schedule a mandatory pre-consultation appointment at ed@georgina.ca or 905 476-4301 ext. 2300.



Town page in The Advocate
The Town of Georgina runs the Town page in The Advocate every Thursday. It includes upcoming events, matters of interest, public notices, and news regarding Georgina. Please visit the Town of Georgina Newspaper Notices for the latest digital editions.


Town of Georgina's Official Monthly E-Newsletter
The Town of Georgina is now offering an official monthly e-newsletter. Sign up to receive updates and important information about happenings in the Town. Each issue features information on events, news, stories, programs and recent developments. Click here to subscribe. View the E-Newletter Archive here.










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(905) 476-4301, (905) 722-6516, or (705) 437-2210.