Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Anti-racism

The Town of Georgina believes in a town for everyone. Our community is becoming more diverse and so are the needs and wishes of its residents. On this page you will find resources, helpful links and information for our residents and community groups.

Anti-racism statement from the Mayor

Anti-racism statement from Mayor Margaret Quirk and Karen McGill, former Chair of Georgina’s Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee - read the full statement

Anti-bullying statement from Council and the CAO

Anti-bullying statement from Mayor Margaret Quirk, the Council and the CAO Ryan Cronsberry – read the full statement

Accessibility inclusion

In partnership with the York Support Services Network and Children’s Treatment Network, the Town strives to make its programs as inclusive as possible to better serve children, youth, adults and seniors with special needs. The Town also has a Georgina Accessibility Advisory Committee which works to enhance efforts to make the Town accessible for everyone. Learn more about the accessible features and programs in Georgina.

Inclusion charter

The Inclusion Charter for York Region was developed by the Municipal Diversity and Inclusion Group (MDIG), which includes 20 member organizations that serve people who live, work and visit here.

View the Town of Georgina’s Inclusion Charter

Pride in Georgina

In June of each year the Town of Georgina raises the Rainbow flag at the Civic Centre to proclaim Pride Month and to recognize the challenges and celebrate the history, courage, diversity, and contributions of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, and Two-Spirit Communities (LGBTQ2S+). The Town is committed to addressing the unique challenges still facing the LGBTQ2S+ communities to build a more inclusive and equitable Town.


Truth and Reconciliation

The Town of Georgina would like to acknowledge the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation as our close neighbour and friend, one with which we strive to build a cooperative and respectful relationship.

We also recognize the unique relationship the Chippewas have with the lands and waters of this territory. They are the water protectors and environmental stewards of these lands, and we join them in these responsibilities.

Visit the Government of Canada website to learn more about how it’s working to advance reconciliation and renew the relationship with Indigenous peoples, based on recognition of rights, respect, cooperation and partnership. Visit the Town of Georgina’s Truth and Reconciliation page for Land Acknowledgement and resources.

Contact Us

26557 Civic Centre Rd,
Keswick, ON  L4P 3G1

T: 905-476-4301 / 705-437-2210
F: 905-476-8100

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.