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Mar 22

I am shocked and disgusted to share that York Regional Police are investigating racist and lewd images that were spray painted at Garrett Styles Park overnight. The images span a large area, covering both the ground and play equipment.

Mar 18

The Town of Georgina will no longer require people entering Town facilities to wear a mask or face covering as of Monday, March 21. This is in line with the provincial measures announced March 9.

Mar 17

We had hoped to keep the Pefferlaw Ice Pad (PIP) open for a little longer, however, today’s warmer temperatures have changed conditions and we will be closing for the season as of today, March 17, 2022.

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

Mar 17

Sidewalk plowing presented challenges throughout the winter as it is difficult to tell where the edge of the sidewalk is and when the ground is not frozen some sod damage may occur.

Damage to Town sod, pavement and Town-owned trees will be repaired in the spring.

Mar 17

Warmer temperatures and melting snow mean higher water levels.

Here are some reminders on staying flood safe:

Mar 8

The Town of Georgina has introduced a new online process for its resident parking pass. Residents and property owners can now apply using the online portal, and get the parking pass immediately.

Mar 7

Town of Georgina Council is inviting you to volunteer in the community as a member of the following board.

Keswick Cemetery Board

To provide information, advice and assistance to Council and staff of the Town of Georgina on the Keswick Cemetery Board. The Keswick Cemetery Board governs the operation of the Keswick Cemetery, located at 565 Varney Rd., in accordance with the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act, 2002.

Mar 2

The GO-VAXX bus will be at the Pefferlaw Lion’s Hall on March 11 from noon to 8 p.m. for first, second and booster doses. By appointment or walk-in. While supplies last.

For more, visit ontario.ca/vaccinebus.

Mar 1

Each spring, from March 1 to May 15, half-load restrictions, five tons per axle, are in place on Town roads to protect their condition.

Load restrictions are required when warmer weather causes roads to become soft. Vehicles travelling with loads larger than the limit travel on them could potentially cause damage.

For more information, call 905-476-4301 or visit georgina.ca/roads.

Feb 28

In response to the provincial announcement on Feb. 14, 2022, the Town of Georgina plans to lift some public health measures at indoor recreation facilities. Effective March 1, 2022, proof of vaccination will no longer be required and capacity limits will be lifted. Face coverings in indoor public settings and maintaining physical distancing remains in place, with exceptions for people participating in specific recreation programs.

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