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The Town of Georgina would like to keep the community updated on what’s open and what’s closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The health and safety of the community is our top priority. The Town has taken a staged approach to reopening and will continue to monitor the changing COVID-19 landscape, seek guidance from the province and assess each reopening phase carefully with the health and safety of our community at the forefront. The Town will continue to work with Public Health officials and other levels of government as it moves forward with reopening plans. 

Facilities

Facility Address Status
Belhaven Hall 25202 Warden Ave. Closed
De La Salle Chapel 1940 Metro Rd. Closed
Egypt Community Hall 6756 Smith Blvd. Closed
Georgina Ice Palace Hall 90 Wexford Rd.

Blue ice pad - Open

Green ice pad - Open

Gym - Open 

Georgina Leisure Pool  5279 Black River Rd Open  
Georgina Pioneer Village and Archives 26557 Civic Centre Rd. Closed
Sutton Arena Hall 48 Hawkins St. Closed
Udora Community Hall 24 Victoria Rd. Closed
Kin Community Hall 3 Fairpark Ln. Closed
Port Bolster Community Hall 31416 Lakeridge Rd. Closed
Stephen Leacock Theatre 130 Gwendolyn Blvd. Closed
The ROC Chalet 26479 Civic Centre Rd. Closed
Pefferlaw Lions Hall 38 Pete's Ln. Closed
The Link 20849 Dalton Rd. Open 
Georgina Public Library  (all branches) Open by Sept. 22

Note: the above dates are tentative and may be adjusted if required. There are many tasks that must be completed to ensure a safe opening.

Facilities and recreation centres are available for appointments, pre-registration and third-party bookings only.  

Beaches and waterfront parks

Beach/Park Address Status
Adeline Park  668 Lake Dr. S.  Open
Mill Pond Park 133 High St., Sutton Open
Pefferlaw Dam Park 219 Pefferlaw Rd., Pefferlaw Open
Virginia Wharf 7792 Black River Rd., Sutton Open
Corner Park 100 Clovelly Cove, Pefferlaw Open
Bonnie Park 1 Bonnie Blvd., Jackson’s Point Open 
Claredon Beach Park 9 Windy Shore Dr., Keswick Open
De La Salle Chapel & Park 1940 Metro Rd., Jackson’s Point Open
Franklin Beach 743 Lake Drive E., Sutton Open 
Holmes Point Park 131 Holmes Point Rd., Pefferlaw Open by Oct. 9
Jackson’s Point Harbour 1 Bonnie Blvd., Jackson’s Point Open 
Joy Marritt Parkette 275 Church St., Keswick Open
Malone Wharf  Malone Road Open 
North Gwillimbury Park 775 Lake Dr. N., Roches Point Open 
Rayner's Park 52 Lake Dr. N. Open 
Riverview Park 98 Irving Dr., Pefferlaw Open 
Sheppard Avenue Park and Wharf 971 Lake Dr. E., Island Grove Open 
Willow Beach Park 1506 Metro Rd., Willow Beach Open 
Willow Whaf Park Lake Drive East Open

Note: the above dates are tentative and may be adjusted if required. There are many tasks that must be completed to ensure a safe opening.

Road ends are being reopened throughout Town.

Parks and playgrounds

De La Salle Park and beach is open Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. with reduced capacity and new restrictions. Visit the beaches webpage to learn more.
All Town trails are open, as are the skateboard parks and the leash-free dog park.

A number of Town playgrounds have reopened for public use.

  • De La Salle playground
  • Vista Park
  • Pefferlaw Lions Hall and Community Park
  • Egypt Hall Park
  • Udora Hall Park
  • Virginia Park
  • Lorne Street Park
  • Sheppard Avenue Park
  • Highcastle Park
  • Civic Centre Park
  • Wyndham Park
  • Kin Park
  • Sutton Multi-use Park
  • West Park
  • Thornlodge Park
  • Const. Garrett Styles Park
  • Hollywood Park
  • Bayview Park
  • Richmond Park (two locations)
  • Watson Park

The parks and amenities brochure map contains a list of all Town parks and playgrounds, and the amenities available at each. Sports fields, basketball and tennis/pickleball courts are for individual use or for use by people in the same household. Organized sports or league play is not permitted.

Follow the rules posted at each location and remember to:

  • Stay at least 6 feet/2 metres away from people outside of your immediate household.
  • Follow the Province of Ontario's emergency orders around social gatherings.
  • Stay home if not feeling well
  • Playground equipment is not sanitized. Take extra caution and use these outdoor recreational amenities at your own risk. Remember to wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer after use.
  • Follow the mask/face covering measures as set out by York Region Public Health. Learn more at york.ca/covid19.