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Jan 24

The Town is making service upgrades to its network communications today, Friday, Jan. 24, and it will impact email and internet services.

The work is anticipated to be completed by midafternoon.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

Jan 21

Embrace all the fun winter has to offer with live entertainment and activities for the whole family at the Town of Georgina's annual Sno*Fest. Bundle up and join the excitement on Saturday, Feb. 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the ROC.

This fun-filled day features activities for all ages and includes:

Jan 21

Check your mailbox. The 2020 Interim Property Tax Bills have been mailed. The 2020 Interim Tax Billing is payable in two installments on Feb. 27 and April 27.

For more information, see the notice below, call 905-476-4301 or visit georgina.ca/taxes to learn more.

Jan 19

Be advised that the Town's 'Winter Storm Maintenance Event' declaration has been lifted effective noon, Sunday Jan. 19. The significant weather event is also ended.

The Town thanks all residents for their cooperation and patience during this Winter Maintenance Event. For more information on winter operations, visit georgina.ca/snow.

Jan 18

A Winter Maintenance Event has been declared for the Town of Georgina effective immediately. All parked vehicles must be removed from all Town roads immediately until further notice. Failure to do so may result in a ticket and fine being issued per Bylaw 2002-0046 (TR-1).

A Significant Weather Event has also been declared following Environment Canada’s winter storm warning.

Jan 16

The Town recognizes there have been some recycling collection concerns this week. Town staff met with its waste management contractor, GFL, and the affected areas are being recollected today.

If any residents are still experiencing problems, call GFL at 1-866-421-5625 or the Town of Georgina at 905-476-4301.

The Town apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.

Jan 16

Skate safely this winter. Remember – stormwater management ponds are NOT to be used as skating or hockey rinks. They are not intended or designed for recreational use as water levels can change rapidly and create unsafe conditions. This is extremely dangerous and poses many safety risks for residents.

Jan 16

The Town of Georgina has parents covered. In anticipation of the pending strikes by Ontario public elementary teachers next week, the Town will be offering Variety Camps at the ROC.  The camps are for children aged 4 to 12 years and will be available on Monday, Jan. 20 and Tuesday, Jan. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at a cost of $40 per day. Before and after care (7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.) is available at an additional cost.

Jan 15

Georgina Town Council meeting - Public Statement

The planning approvals for the Maple Lake Estates Inc. (MLE) site date back to 1987 when an Order-In-Council affirmed an Ontario Municipal Board decision from 1984. Despite these longstanding approvals, the Town has declared its desire to work with all parties to protect the woodlands and wetlands on the MLE site. Council for the Regional Municipality of York and the Board of the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) support the Town’s position.

Jan 10

Environment Canada has issued a Rainfall Warning for York-Durham (Newmarket – Georgina – Northern York Region, Uxbridge-Beaverton – Northern Durham Region).

The forecast is calling for rain changing to freezing rain late in the afternoon, with rainfall amounts reaching up to 25 mm. 

In anticipation of expected weather conditions and for the safety of our patrons, the ROC will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020.

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