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  • Nov 04

    Remembrance Day parades and services in Georgina

    Lest we forget. Everyone is invited to attend the Remembrance Day parades in Keswick and Sutton on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022.

    The Keswick parade begins at 10:30 a.m. at Keswick Public School and proceeds to the cenotaph at 11 a.m.

    The Sutton parade begins at 1:30 p.m. at the Bell building at High Street and Dalton Road and proceeds to the cenotaph for a 2 p.m. service.

    A Remembrance Day Service will be held on Sunday Nov. 6, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. at the Pefferlaw Lions Community Centre, 38 Pete's Lane. This will be an outdoor service only.

  • Oct 31

    Yard waste pickup delays

    With yard waste volumes expected to increase throughout November, residents are advised that pickup may be delayed by a few hours or not completed by the end of the day.

    Green for Life (GFL), the Town's waste collection contractor, will go back to any uncollected areas first thing the next morning and complete them.

    Residents are asked to leave their yard waste out if it hasn’t been picked up.

  • Oct 27

    Official election results in Town of Georgina

    The official results of the 2022 Municipal Election in the Town of Georgina are now available. The official results have been certified by the Town Clerk.

    Visit georgina.ca/ElectionResults to view the certified results.

    Voter turnout for the 2022 Municipal Election in Georgina was 27.23 per cent, up from 26.73 per cent in 2018. The number of ballots cast was 10,043 up from 9,047. The Town used online voting for the first time and a total of 4,853 were cast online.

  • Oct 27

    Get involved in Georgina’s 2023 budget process

    The Town is developing the 2023 budget and wants to hear from you. Georgina passes a budget every year to determine how funds are given out throughout the community. Tax dollars go towards a variety of programs and services which your family relies on and uses every day – from snow clearing and waste collection to road work and recreation programs.

    In 2023, property tax increases will be impacted by rising inflation, economic volatility and the increasing costs of infrastructure.

  • Oct 24

    Unofficial election results in Town of Georgina

    These are the unofficial results of the 2022 Municipal Election in the Town of Georgina. The official results, as certified by Rachel Dillabough, Town Clerk in the Town of Georgina, will be released later this week.   

    Voter turnout for the 2022 Municipal Election in Georgina was 27.23 per cent, up from 26.73 per cent in 2018. The number of ballots cast was 10,043 up from 9,047. The Town used online voting for the first time and a total of 4,853 were cast online.

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  • Oct 24

    It’s election day in Georgina

    It’s Election Day in Georgina. Voting will be in person only from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. You can vote at any of the following locations:

  • Oct 20

    200-acre business park breaks ground in Georgina

    Georgina’s business park is one step closer to becoming a reality. Panattoni Development Company has broken ground on its newest business park at the northeast corner of Woodbine Avenue and Glenwoods Avenue in the Town of Georgina. It is one of the largest business park developments within a one-hour drive from major urban centres in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and the largest development in Georgina’s history.

  • Oct 17

    2022 Municipal Election – Be sure to vote!

    There is just one week before Election Day on Oct. 24. However, you can still vote early. The Town is using online voting, along with tabulators, for the election.

    The final advance voting day is Oct. 19 from noon to 8 p.m.

    Online voting is available until Sunday, Oct. 23 at noon. All voters should have received a personalized Voter Information Letter in the mail. It contains a Voting PIN (Personal Identification Number) along with the website to access the online ballot and information about in-person voting.

    Election Day – Oct. 24

  • Oct 07

    One Person, One Vote – be aware of your responsibilities as a voter

    It has come to the Town’s attention that some voters in the upcoming municipal election have received more than one Voter Information Letter (VIL). Municipalities receive their voters lists from the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC), and due to an issue in transferring the MPAC data to those lists, some Ontario residents, including some in Georgina, have received two VIL’s. While this is not unique in the municipal election process, there may be a greater number of these occurrences in this election.

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