• May 22

    Lake Simcoe Tornado Warning

    Conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms that may be capable of producing strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain. 


    • 100 km/h wind gusts 
    • Toonie sized hail 
    • Risk of a tornado 


    This afternoon and evening. 


    Thunderstorms will develop along a cold front that will move through the province this afternoon and evening. The main threat will be strong winds and hail. However, a tornado will also be possible. 

  • May 17

    Celebrate Public Works Week

    May 19 to 25 is National Public Works Week. This year's theme is "advancing quality of life for all." 

    From maintaining our roads and parks to providing clean water and wastewater services, our dedicated professionals work hard behind the scenes to keep Georgina running smoothly and safely. 

  • May 16

    Town closures for the Victoria Day long weekend

    The Victoria Day long weekend is here. A reminder for residents that the Civic Centre and most Town facilities will be closed on Monday, May 20, 2024.

    Waste and recycling collection will move one day later next week due to the holiday. Check your waste calendar, download the free Recycle Coach app or visit for more. 

    For after-hours emergencies about animal control, roads, water or wastewater, call 905-476-4301 and follow the prompts. 

  • May 16

    Ready for summer – Town is prepared for warmer weather

    The Victoria Day long weekend is the unofficial start to summer and the Town of Georgina is gearing up for a fun-filled summer season. Warmer temperatures are on the way and that means summer is not far behind. The Town offers a variety of outdoor recreation areas, parks, beaches, sports fields and splash pads for use by residents and visitors. 

  • May 13

    Town to offer Vendor Pilot Program at De La Salle Park and Willow Beach

    The Town of Georgina will offer a Vendor Pilot Program for the summer of 2024 at De La Salle Park and Willow Beach.  

    “Our waterfront parks are popular destinations for residents and visitors. Over the past few years, the public has expressed an interest in having vendors, in particular food vendors, operate at these parks,” said Mayor Margaret Quirk. “We encourage all local businesses to express their interest in this pilot program as it will provide an opportunity for them to reach new audiences.”

  • May 10

    Flood duty - Lake Simcoe shoreline low risk

    The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that the water levels in Lake Simcoe continue to be higher than average for this time of year. However, the water levels have decreased slightly over the past week compared with the recent peak on May 1, 2024. These higher than average water levels are posing a risk of flooding along the Lake Simcoe shoreline.  

    Lake Simcoe water level

Contact Us

26557 Civic Centre Rd,
Keswick, ON  L4P 3G1

T: 905-476-4301 / 705-437-2210
F: 905-476-8100

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Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.