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May 22

What do you want to see in the MURC and new Civic Centre? Join us for three public input sessions and share your thoughts on how these projects can serve the needs of our community.

MURC

May 27, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic College School, 185 Glenwoods Ave, Keswick

June 4, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Lake Simcoe Public School, 38 Thornlodge Dr., Keswick

Civic Centre

May 28, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. the ROC, 26479 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick

May 15

Georgina, ON - The Town of Georgina is pleased to announce that David Reddon has been appointed to lead the Town as its next Chief Administrative Officer. Mr. Reddon has more than 38 years of municipal experience working in various business areas of the Town.

“Having David Reddon as our new CAO just made sense for Council,” said Mayor Margaret Quirk. “Growing up in the community he is so passionate about, combined with his extensive municipal knowledge and genuine respect for our taxpayers, both our community and staff are fortunate to have David at the helm.”

May 14

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that the current Flood Watch remains in place due the forecasted rainfall across the watershed through this week and weekend.

Lake Simcoe Water Level

The water levels in Lake Simcoe are high, but are stable. The outflow from the lake is maximized and the forecast rainfall and runoff may cause the lake level to remain high. The high lake levels, when induced by strong winds may pose additional threats to shoreline areas and adjacent structures.

May 14

Update: Churchill Lane has reopened to traffic.

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Emergency road closure: Churchill Lane between Metro Road North and Lake Drive East is closed for a water service repair today, May 14. It will remain closed until approximately 5 p.m. today.

For more information visit the Disruptions and Closures page. 

The Town thanks you for your patience.

May 13

The Council of the Corporation of the Town of Georgina is proposing to pass a by-law to stop up, close and sell Springfield Road and one-foot reserve identified as PIN No. 03468-0007 and Part 6 Plan 65R-21140 and abutting the north limits of Plan 425 Lot 26 and the south limits of Plan 425 Lot 25 in the Town of Georgina.

The proposed by-law is to authorize the sale and conveyance of Springfield Road and one-foot reserve to the abutting landowner.

May 9

Have your say on the design of the new Multi-Use Recreation Complex (MURC) and the new Civic Centre. Public engagement opportunities get underway this month and will provide residents with the chance to offer feedback and ideas for these two new facilities.

Residents are invited to attend each of the public input sessions to provide input on these two Town projects.

MURC – May 27, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic College School, 185 Glenwoods Ave, Keswick

May 8

As of Friday, May 17, Municipal Law Enforcement will be expanding hours of operation to address Short-term Rental Accommodation (STRA) issues such as parking, noise, fireworks and fires. 

Municipal officers will be available until midnight Fridays and Saturdays every weekend, as well as Sundays during long weekends from May 17 to Sept. 2. Expanded hours are to respond to complaints regarding STRA properties. General complaints not involving a STRA will be addressed during regular business hours.

May 7

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that the current Flood Watch remains in place due to the approaching weather system this Wednesday and Thursday that may produce significant amounts of rainfall across the watershed.

Approximately 10mm to 30mm of rainfall is forecast for Wednesday through Thursday.

Lake Simcoe Water Level

May 7

It’s the unofficial kick off to the summer season – the Victoria Day long weekend. Before heading out for activities on the holiday, make sure you are aware of closures.

The Georgina Civic Centre and all Town facilities will be closed on Monday, May 20, reopening for regular business hours on Tuesday, May 21. This includes:

May 3

The Town of Georgina is moving forward with the next phase of two major projects – the Multi-use Recreation Complex (MURC) and the new Civic Centre – by hiring architects to design the buildings. Council approved the award of contracts to Perkins+Will and IBI Group Architects (Canada) Inc. to provide a full range of architectural and engineering team services for the design and delivery of both facilities.

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