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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.

Apr 8

The Sutton Multi-use Facility will remain closed through the weekend. This includes the Leisure Pool and the Peter Gzowski (Sutton) branch of Georgina Public Library.

All programming at the pool will be cancelled for Saturday, April 9 and Sunday, April 10. Anyone impacted will be contacted directly.

Both affected schools will be sending information to parents.

Crews continue to work on the situation. Thank you for your patience as we work to fix the situation.

Apr 7

The Sutton Multi-use Facility will remain closed on April 8. This includes the Leisure Pool, the Peter Gzowski (Sutton) Branch of Georgina Public Library, Black River Public School and St. Bernadette Catholic School. Programming is cancelled for the Georgina Leisure Pool and those impacted will be contacted directly. Crews continue to work on the situation. Thank you for your patience as we work to fix the situation.


Apr 7

Effective Thursday, April 7, 2022, fourth dose vaccinations (second booster doses) will be available to individuals aged 60 and over as well as First Nation, Inuit and Métis individuals and their non-Indigenous household members aged 18.

Apr 7

Spring street sweeping operations take place each spring to remove winter sand from Town roads. Street sweeping occurs weekdays starting the week of April 11 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., weather permitting.

Residents are asked to sweep unwanted sand from their driveways and sidewalks, over the curb and onto the edge of the road for removal by the street sweeper. Avoid parking on Town streets when sweepers are working in your area to allow the equipment to properly sweep the roadway in its entirety.

Apr 7

From April 3 to May 31, GDG Environnement Ltée. will apply a biological larvicide by air and ground to stagnant water to control larval mosquitoes that impact the residents in Georgina, east of Weirs Sideroad. The applications are weather dependent and are likely to occur closer to April 15.

The program will use multiple applications of the biological larvicides VectoBac 200G (PCP #18158, granular) and VectoBac 1200L (PCP #21062, liquid). The granular will be applied by helicopter and the liquid by backpack applicators.

Apr 4

Continuing with its safe and phased reopening plan that aligns with the province’s health and safety measures, the Town is pleased to announce the opening of additional facilities.

On April, 11, 2022, the Civic Centre will reopen offering in-person service at the Service Georgina counter located on the first floor. For anyone requiring service specific to permits, licensing or planning-related matters, appointments are strongly encouraged to ensure clients receive the assistance they require. Appointments can be booked by calling 905-476-4301.

Apr 1

Spring has arrived and now is the time to clear out the clutter, in and around your home. The Town of Georgina has a number of spring-cleaning activities to keep our Town beautiful and help you get rid of unwanted items. 

Mar 31

The Town of Georgina will allow the keeping of hens in urban areas in the community. After a successful pilot project, Council approved the Urban Hens licensing by-law that will licence, regulate and govern urban hens. It also approved an amendment to the Exotic Animal By-law to recognize permission regarding the keeping of urban hens.

Mar 30

The revised 2022 water and sewer rates were adopted by Council on Dec. 1, 2021. The rate change represents a 5.84 per cent increase when factoring in both metered and capital charges over 2021 rates and is in effect for billings as of April 1.

This increase ensures revenue is provided for the operating expenditures for the water and sewer systems. In addition to the metered consumption rate, a capital cost recovery fee of $21.94 is included with each water and sewer bill. This fee is set aside for future capital expenditures for both the water and sewer systems.