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Posting Date Media Releases
Jun 23, 2021 Town moves forward with construction of Multi-use Recreation Complex
Jun 16, 2021 Mayor Quirk statement in response to Province's Maple Lake Estates decision
Jun 11, 2021 Town launches tourism data collection pilot project
Jun 9, 2021 Parking at waterfront parks expands in light of progress
Jun 2, 2021 Parking at waterfront parks and beaches available to resident pass holders
May 21, 2021 Town to reopen outdoor recreation amenities
May 19, 2021 Town’s waterfront parks and beaches open
May 18, 2021 Long weekend reminders in Georgina
May 13, 2021 Georgina Farmers’ Market opens for 2021 season
May 4, 2021 Town increases fines in Waterfront Park Buffer Zone
Apr 23, 2021 Georgina receives funding to support agri-tourism development
Apr 22, 2021 Town welcomes Scott-Woods Transport Inc.
Apr 15, 2021 Council endorses redesign of replacement Civic Centre
Mar 31, 2021 Town of Georgina to establish textile diversion program
Mar 19, 2021 Georgina marks one year since declaration of emergency for COVID-19 pandemic
Mar 17, 2021 Town update on COVID-19 impact to service levels
Mar 15, 2021 Patio program supports local restaurants during the pandemic
Mar 11, 2021 New banner program to add local art to Georgina’s downtown areas
Mar 4, 2021 It’s time to change your clocks and the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
Mar 2, 2021 Georgina’s development incentive program updated to support larger investment
Feb 22, 2021 Town wins Festivals and Events Ontario award for Field to Table Farm Tour
Feb 19, 2021 Town enters 'Red' control classification under the COVID-19 response framework
Feb 17, 2021 Town wins Festivals and Events Ontario award for Drive-thru Parade of Lights
Feb 12, 2021 New eyes in the sky for Georgina Fire
Feb 2, 2021 Business Park will bring 200 acres of industrial development to Georgina