May 19 - The Town of Georgina’s three major waterfront parks – Willow Beach, Holmes Point and De La Salle Beach and Park – are opening with restrictions, with parking lots available to resident pass holders only, due to the provincial stay-at-home-order. Parking lots at Bonnie Park and North Gwillimbury Park will also be by permit pass only. The Town has been planning for the summer months with current provincial restrictions, placing public safety at the forefront. Read the media release
Parking in Georgina allows various opportunities for parking accommodation and enforcement to residents and visitors.
There are two options available when parking at Georgina’s waterfront parks: resident parking passes and visitor parking. Please note there are parking restrictions currently in place with the current stay-at-home order that require resident parking passess to park. Read the media release.
If you are reporting a parking complaint during regular hours of Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., contact the Municipal Law Enforcement Division at 905-476-4301, ext. 2279 or 2373. After hours use ext. 2281.
Note: you may be required to leave a message. Your call is important to us and we will follow up at our earliest opportunity.
If your call is an emergency, call 911.
Waterfront Park Buffer Zone
The Waterfront Park Buffer Zone is a defined area in the Town of Georgina that encompasses neighborhoods where tourism has the potential to cause safety concerns and/or property conflict. It was developed after many public, staff-related and Council-related inquiries related to public parking conflict, parking fees, and overall tourism impact to local neighborhoods along the waterfront throughout Georgina. As a result, the Waterfront Park Buffer Zone was created in late 2020. It includes the entire shoreline area of Lake Simcoe and Town roads in lakeside neighbourhoods. A section along the Black River north of High Street in Sutton is also included.
To learn more about the zone, and increased no parking and no stopping fines, visit the Waterfront Park Buffer Zone webpage.