• Mar 24

    Watershed conditions - flood outlook

    The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that the Surface Water Monitoring Centre (SWMC) of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), is forecasting precipitation in the range of 15-25mm on Saturday March 25 with above freezing temperatures. The forecast temperatures and precipitation combined with frozen ground conditions will result in melting snow plus increased water levels and flows within rivers.    

  • Mar 23

    Spring has sprung! Time to spring clean in Georgina

    Spring has arrived and that means it’s time for some spring cleaning. It is also a good time to clear out 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 17

    PIP to close for the season March 20

    The Pefferlaw Ice Pad (PIP) will close for the season effective Monday, March 20.

    Thank you to everyone for coming out to enjoy the skating season. See you next year.

    To learn more about other skating opportunities, visit

  • Mar 16

    Watershed conditions - flood outlook

    The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that the Surface Water Monitoring Centre has issued a provincial watershed conditions statement for southern Ontario. The system will bring above-freezing air temperatures, reaching 7 to 10 degrees Celsius on Friday, March 17. Total precipitation accumulation amounts for the duration of this storm are forecast to reach 20-30 mm, with the bulk of the rain occurring on Friday.   

  • Mar 16

    Suspected cases of Avian Flu found in York Region

    York Region, like many other jurisdictions across Canada, is receiving reports of birds that have either died or are infected with presumed avian influenza (H5N1), also known as Avian or bird flu.

    Following the advice of Public Health Agency Canada, York Region reminds residents they should not touch dead wild birds or other wildlife.

  • Mar 03

    Town declares significant weather event

    The Town of Georgina is declaring a Significant Weather Event, due to the winter storm warning that is in effect.

    As per the Ontario Municipal Act, a municipality may declare a significant weather event when a weather hazard, either forecast or occurring, has the potential to pose a significant danger to users of the roadways in which they have authority. This declaration suspends the standard timelines required for municipalities to meet their winter maintenance objectives. 

    A few reminders for residents –

  • Mar 02

    Georgina Council votes to move forward and build replacement Civic Centre

    The Town of Georgina is moving forward with building a replacement Civic Centre with an updated total project budget of $50 million. Council approved the 44,600-square-foot building which will provide for the Town’s staffing and public needs today and in the future. It will also be designed with a focus on energy efficiency and sustainability.

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.