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May 17

The Victoria Day long weekend is the unofficial start to summer and the Town of Georgina is getting ready for the 2022 summer season. Warmer temperatures are here and that means summer is not far behind. The Town offers a variety of outdoor recreation areas, parks, waterfront beaches, sports fields and splash pads for use by residents and visitors.

Tennis and pickleball courts  
Tennis courts, basketball and pickleball courts will be maintained from mid-May through mid-October. Weather permitting, netting will be installed around mid-May.

May 14

The Town of Georgina, in partnership with the Chippewas of Georgina Island, held the official ribbon cutting of the Every Child Matters crosswalk today. It is located in front of the Island View Business Centre/Georgina Island Ferry dock.

May 5

Starting with the summer session, the Town of Georgina will be moving from the Canadian Red Cross Learn to Swim and Lifeguard program to delivering the Lifesaving Society’s Swim for Life program at the Georgina Leisure Pool.

May 3

The Town is experiencing intermittent service disruptions with our phone services at the Civic Centre.

If you are having difficulty calling the Civic Centre, please try again or email us at info@georgina.ca.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Apr 29

Calling all candidates. Thinking of running for municipal office? The nomination period for the 2022 Municipal Election begins May 2 and will remain open until Aug. 19, 2022 at 2 p.m.   

The Clerk’s Division will be accepting nominations for the positions of Mayor, one Regional Councillor, five Ward Councillors, trustees for the York Region District School Board and York Catholic District School Board, and trustees for the two French-language school boards.

Apr 28

The Town of Georgina is moving forward with new outdoor amenities for the community of Pefferlaw. As a result of the Pefferlaw Recreation Needs Study, Council has approved a new combined skate and pump park, an outdoor sports zone on the Pefferlaw Ice Pad (PIP) for use outside the winter season, improve and enhance existing pathway connections and park amenities and a community garden. The new amenities will be on the grounds of Pefferlaw Park at 38 Pete’s Lane.

Apr 27

The Water Division has started sewer maintenance in order to prevent blockages and sewer backups. Sewer flushing is taking place in south Keswick between Old Homestead and Ravenshoe Road. The crew is taking every precaution possible to avoid any inconvenience but occasional toilet splashes may occur in locations with deficient plumbing. Ensure toilet lids are kept closed when not in use.

Apr 22

The Town of Georgina welcomes an announcement by the Province of Ontario that it is committing $24 million over the next three years for the Holland Marsh Phosphorous Recycling Facility project. The federal government has already committed $16 million towards the estimated $40 million project.

Apr 14

The Panattoni Development Company, which owns the Keswick Business Park lands on Woodbine Avenue north of Glenwoods Avenue, has received Council approval to start working on the site in preparation for its first building.

Apr 10

The schools at the Sutton Multi-use Facility will reopen on Monday, April 11. The Peter Gzowski (Sutton) Branch of Georgina Public Library will reopen on Tuesday, April 12.

Drop-in programming at the Georgina Leisure Pool has been cancelled for the morning of Monday, April 11. Anyone impacted will be contacted directly. The pool will reopen at noon on Monday, April 11.

Thank you for your patience.

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