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Apr 8

Effective Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., the provincial government issued a province-wide stay-at-home order requiring everyone to remain at home except for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated), for outdoor exercise , or for work that cannot be done remotely.

Apr 1

Spring street sweeping operations take place each spring to remove winter sand from Town roads. Street sweeping occurs weekdays starting the week of April 6 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 1

Are you thinking of having a fire? Before you burn, learn the rules about open-air and recreational fires.

Permit applications for agricultural and open-air burn permits are available online.

Mar 31

The Town of Georgina is partnering with Diabetes Canada for a new textile diversion program to help support waste diversion in the community.

“Every year, tons of used textiles end up in our landfills as garbage when they could be put to better use,” said Mayor Margaret Quirk. “By partnering with Diabetes Canada, we can divert these textiles and recycle them, while also doing something good for the environment and supporting the important work of this charity.”

Mar 30

The Regional Municipality of York is advancing those eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations to now include York Region residents age 65 years and older (born 1956 and earlier) as the Region continues to deliver vaccines identified in the Government of Ontario’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan.

Mar 29

The Regional Municipality of York is advancing those eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations to now include York Region residents age 70 years and older (born 1951 and earlier) as the Region continues to deliver vaccines identified in the Government of Ontario’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan.

Mar 26

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that rainfall and winds are forecast for today and through the weekend. This is posing a risk of flooding along the Lake Simcoe shorelines and other low-lying and historically flood prone areas within the watershed. Reports of ice pile-up have been received in Innisfil. 

Periods of rain are expected today and through the weekend. 

Lake Simcoe Water Level 

Mar 26

Residents and businesses in the area of 691 The Queensway are advised of a temporary water booster station shutdown on March 29 and 30 between approximately 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. both days.

There will be no interruption to drinking water supply, however, residents will experience decreased water pressure. No significant adverse effects should occur, unless equipment sensitive to water pressure is being used.

If you require further information, contact customer service at 905-476-4301.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Mar 26

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that significant rainfall is forecast for tonight and tomorrow in our watershed, with predicted rainfall accumulations of 20-40mm. Higher amounts of rainfall may occur in localized areas as a result of thunderstorm activity. 

Mar 25

Are you a local business interested in learning about doing business with the Town? Find out about the process and upcoming opportunities at this free virtual information session. Two dates and times are available. Pre-registration is required, there is no cost to attend.

Tuesday, April 20
2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Wednesday, April 21
7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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