The countdown is on for the arrival of spring. Until then, there is still plenty to do in Georgina. From March Break activities and the final Link Winter Market, to the Winter Photo Contest and registration for spring and summer recreation programs, there is something for everyone.
The Town’s winter maintenance event has been lifted, effective 11 a.m. on Feb. 26.
Thank you to all residents for their cooperation and patience.
For more information on winter operations, visit georgina.ca/snow.
Please be advised that all Town of Georgina registered and drop-in programs are cancelled on Feb. 25 as of 2 p.m.
All Town of Georgina facilities will remain open excluding:
- Georgina Leisure Pool
- Club 55 Keswick and Stephen Leacock Theatre
Note: All registered participants will be contacted directly. For further information, visit the disruptions and closures webpage.
Georgina has declared a winter maintenance event effective immediately. Parked vehicles must be removed from all Town roads until further notice.
Please drive according to weather conditions and remember to leave room around snowplows. Visit georgina.ca/snow for more.
Please be advised of a special weather statement issued by Environment Canada. With strong wind gusts in the forecast, a reminder to stay away from downed power lines and the importance of being prepared. Have your 72 hour emergency kit?
Wind warning in effect for:
A site-plan meeting for the York Regional Police Marine Unit is scheduled for Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Georgina Civic Centre.
Pursuant to Section 41 of the Planning Act, a Site-plan Review Committee of Council meeting will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, commencing at 7 p.m. in the Council Chamber, located on the main floor of the Town of Georgina Civic Centre, located at 26557 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick.
Ward 4 7 p.m.
Proposal: 1-Storey York Regional Police Marine Unit
Municipal Address: 57 Lorne St., Jackson’s Point
Spring will be here before you know it. Time to start planning spring and summer activities for the whole family.
The 2019 Spring and Summer Recreation and Culture Municipal Service Guide arrives today, Feb. 21, in the Georgina Advocate. Watch for your copy. You can also view the guide online and you will be able to pick one up at your local library or the Civic Centre.
Spring programs and summer camp registration opens March 5.
The excitement is building in Georgina about the future. The Town has launched Building Georgina to highlight major capital projects that are proposed and underway. The goal of the initiative is to keep residents, businesses and visitors informed about ongoing progress, have information easily accessible and promote public engagement opportunities.