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Dec 2

The Town has ended its significant weather event. We thank everyone for their patience and cooperation. To learn more about winter maintenance in Georgina, visit georgina.ca/snow.

Dec 2

It’s the Town’s holiday gift to you. The 2021 Waste and Recycling Calendar will be delivered in the Dec. 10 edition of the Georgina Advocate.

As of Dec.10, residents can also pick up a copy of the calendar at Georgina Public Library (Keswick, Pefferlaw and Sutton branches) or view and download a copy online on the waste and recycling collection schedule webpage.

Nov 30

Winter weather has arrived. The Town has declared a significant weather event.

A municipality may do this 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.

Nov 30

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that areas of the watershed are forecast to receive 25-30 mm of rainfall today, potentially extending into Tuesday. Higher amounts of rainfall may occur before this forecast precipitation changes into snow overnight.

Nov 25

The Town of Georgina has captured gold for a second time after the Communications Division received a coveted MarCom Award in the social video category for its Jack video series. The gold award is presented to entries that have exceeded the highest standards of the industry norm. The Town also received an honourable mention for social media engagement in the digital media category.

Nov 25

Join us for Georgina’s drive-thru Parade of Lights on Saturday, Dec. 5 from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the Civic Centre grounds and ROC Parkway.

The Georgina Kinsmen have partnered with the Town to bring an illuminated drive-thru Santa Claus parade to the ROC this holiday season. Join us by travelling along the ROC parkway in your personal vehicle while experiencing a magical holiday tribute with festive lighting, community floats, and a visit from Santa Claus and his reindeer in this reverse-style parade.

Nov 25

The Town of Georgina is updating the Keswick Secondary Plan. It’s used to manage growth and development in Keswick.

Join us for an opportunity to review and provide your input on Draft 1 of the new Keswick Secondary Plan, and the draft Urban Design and Architectural Control Guidelines.

Two virtual workshops will be held on Dec. 3, 2020 and registration is required to join.

Nov 23

The Town has ended its significant weather event. We thank everyone for their patience and cooperation. To learn more about winter maintenance in Georgina, visit georgina.ca/snow.

Nov 22

Winter weather has arrived. The Town has declared a significant weather event.

A municipality may do this 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.

Nov 13

Control classification level: York Region, including the Town of Georgina, will move to the RED level classification within the tiered COVID-19 response framework as of 12:01 a.m. on Monday, Nov.

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