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Apr 3

With recent mild temperatures and warmer days ahead, ice on the lake is quickly diminishing and many may be thinking of getting a boat in the water or doing some fishing. In an effort to encourage physical distancing and protect the health of the community, Town boat launches and fishing areas within Town parks are closed until further notice.

This includes the following Town boat launches –

Apr 1

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been felt throughout the Town of Georgina, changing daily life for residents and businesses. During this time, the Georgina Food Pantry has been particularly hard hit, experiencing record demand and running low on supplies.

Mar 31

In an effort to encourage physical distancing and protect the health of the community, all Town parks are closed to the public.

This includes –

Mar 29

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that warmer weather accompanied by rainfall is expected to begin to move through the watershed today. This weather system is expected to bring temperatures upwards of +15 to +17C by Monday afternoon. Rainfall amounts of around 25 mm are predicted on Sunday with additional localized rainfall due to potential thunderstorms in the afternoon. Currently, most of the snow pack within the watershed has melted.  However, the ground has not yet completely thawed and has a reduced ability to absorb the anticipated rainfall.

Mar 26

In support of the efforts of our public health partners and the Province of Ontario to break the chain of transmission of COVID-19, the Town of Georgina has cancelled all spring recreation and culture programs. Those impacted by cancelled programs and third-party rentals will be contacted directly.

The Town will fully refund all user fees charged. All memberships have been put on hold and the length of the membership will be extended.

Mar 24

In response to the challenges presented by the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Georgina will be waiving May penalty and interest charges associated with the April 27 installment of the interim tax bill. In addition, the Town will be delaying the transfer of unpaid amounts of the April water/sewer billings to the property tax account providing additional help to lessen the burden on the community. A property tax deferral program of up to 90 days is also being reviewed.

Mar 19

Mayor Margaret Quirk has issued a declaration of emergency in response to COVID-19 in the Town of Georgina.

Mar 16

The Town of Georgina Civic Centre, located at 26557 Civic Centre Rd., is closed to the public effective immediately. The Fire Services administrative building at 165 The Queensway South is also closed to the public.

The Town will continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and provide updates as available.

Mar 13

Effective immediately, the ROC will be closed for the season due to weather-related concerns.

All lesson participants affected by the closure will be contacted by Recreation & Culture Staff. We pride ourselves in providing excellent customer service and regret any inconvenience this may cause.

On behalf of the Town of Georgina, we would like to thank you for your patience in this matter.

Thank you for another great winter season, see you next year. 

Mar 12

Did you know the Town of Georgina offers many online services? Residents are able to do the following online —
• Pay taxes
• Pay a parking ticket
• Register and pay for recreation programs
• Register and pay for a pet licence


If you have other questions, call customer service at 905-476-4301, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or email info@georgina.ca

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