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Jun 17

The Town of Georgina is developing a Customer Service Strategy aimed at improving customer service delivery. The goal of this multi-year plan is to define exceptional municipal service and outline the specific steps the Town needs to take to achieve this goal. The Customer Service Strategy is an important component of the Corporate Strategic Plan 2019-2023.

Jun 13

The Town regrets to inform you that the 2019 Georgina Idol has been cancelled due to lack of interest and an insufficient number of registrations. The open auditions have been cancelled for Sunday, June 16.

We apologize for any inconvenience and are hopeful the event can return next year.

 

Jun 7

The Town of Georgina has appointed Ryan Cronsberry to the position of Deputy Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Mr. Cronsberry’s career spans almost 20 years assuming progressively responsible roles at the Town.

Jun 6

Have you ever wanted to name a street in Georgina? Now is your chance. The Town of Georgina is asking the public for help in providing potential names to be considered for the naming of new streets. As the Town grows, new streets will be built and they will need names approved by Town Council and York Region.  

How do you get a name considered?

May 31

 

There’s a lot happening in Georgina in June. From the Town’s first community open house to the Father’s Day swim, there are activities for the entire family to enjoy.

June is Recreation and Senior’s month

Participate in a different recreation activity each day of the month. Choose an activity that fits your interests or try something new! 

MURC Public Input Session

May 30

The Town of Georgina is making the switch from the My Waste app to Recycle Coach. As of June 14, the My Waste app will no longer update. Upgrade to the Recycle Coach app, which is available now, for the same content.

Recycle Coach is free and can help manage your waste and recycling.

It offers:

May 28

The Town of Georgina is keeping its doors open late on Thursday, June 6 and inviting the community to an open house at the Civic Centre.

There will be extended hours of service for the Clerk’s Division, Customer Service and building counters. You will be able to get a marriage or yard sale licence, register for a program, pay your water bill, buy garbage bag tags, submit permit applications and make building permit inquiries. The doors will be open from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and residents will be able to meet with Town staff and learn more about:

May 24

Announced today from the Government of Canada 

News Release

Rural communities in central Ontario will benefit from faster Internet

Residents to get new or faster Internet access thanks to Government of Canada investment

May 23, 2019 – Ottawa, Ontario – Government of Canada

May 22

What do you want to see in the MURC and new Civic Centre? Join us for three public input sessions and share your thoughts on how these projects can serve the needs of our community.

MURC

May 27, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic College School, 185 Glenwoods Ave, Keswick

June 4, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Lake Simcoe Public School, 38 Thornlodge Dr., Keswick

Civic Centre

May 28, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. the ROC, 26479 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick

May 15

Georgina, ON - The Town of Georgina is pleased to announce that David Reddon has been appointed to lead the Town as its next Chief Administrative Officer. Mr. Reddon has more than 38 years of municipal experience working in various business areas of the Town.

“Having David Reddon as our new CAO just made sense for Council,” said Mayor Margaret Quirk. “Growing up in the community he is so passionate about, combined with his extensive municipal knowledge and genuine respect for our taxpayers, both our community and staff are fortunate to have David at the helm.”

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