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Jun 30

Customer service will not be available from July 1 to 5 but we’ll be back to take your calls on Monday, July 6.

If you have an after-hours emergency about animal control, roads, water or wastewater, call 905-476-4301 and follow the prompts.

If you have a by-law issue during this time, you can reach Municipal Law Enforcement at 905-476-4301, ext. 2281. If your call goes to voicemail, leave a detailed message including the date, time and location of the violation, and an officer will investigate.


Jun 30

Happy Canada Day! This year, join us from home for our first-ever virtual Canada Day event on Facebook live.

There will be performances by local bands, a look at Georgina’s historical archives and lots of entertainment for the kids. Activities include Doo Doo the Clown, Dan the Music Man, the Magic of Aaron Matthews and Trellis circus acts.

You can also participate in a cultural dance demonstration or take part in live Canadian trivia! We’ve got you covered this Canada Day!

Jun 24

The Town of Georgina will not reopen beaches and waterfront parks on July 1, as a result, the beaches and waterfront parks will remain closed. After reviewing other lakeside communities and their challenges, the Town has determined beaches and waterfront parks will remain closed until such time when it is determined that the Town can safely open these public areas.

Jun 18

Continuing with a phased approach, the Town of Georgina is reopening more outdoor amenities for public use. Effective June 19, splash pads, skateboard parks and the ROC beach volleyball courts will reopen. Some beaches and waterfront parks will reopen on July 1.

Jun 16

The following is a statement from Mayor Margaret Quirk on the COVID-19 pandemic as it relates to reopening Georgina:

“Navigating the many changes that COVID-19 has brought has been challenging for all communities. I want to thank Georgina residents for continuing to adhere to and support the many closures and cancellations that have come with keeping our community safe. Your safety has always been and will continue to be our number one priority.

Jun 9

A heat warning has been issued for York Region. Environment Canada says temperatures today and Wednesday, June 10, will reach 30 to 34 C across southern Ontario as a hot and humid tropical air mass moves in. Humidex values will reach the mid-thirties this afternoon, then the upper thirties to near 40 on Wednesday afternoon.

Jun 8

Due to COVID-19, the Town of Georgina will continue to accept 2019 resident parking passes as valid parking passes for the 2020 year. If you no longer have a 2019 parking pass or require a new one, residents may now obtain one for each vehicle through our online parking pass request. Either the 2019 or your 2020 parking pass must be displayed while parked in areas where required by signage.

Jun 4

The events that have occurred over the last week south of the border are deeply troubling, saddening and difficult to comprehend.

We have to acknowledge that racism does not stop at the border and exists in our community, as it does in many others. Georgina is growing more diverse, and when we witness racism, we need to work harder, be louder and step-up with a united voice to stop it. It will mean difficult conversations, active listening, continuous learning and a willingness to do the work that must be done. As a society, we have a long way to go.

Jun 4

The Town of Georgina is reopening more outdoor amenities while maintaining provincial orders and following the direction of public health authorities. Effective June 8, all parks, excluding waterfront parks and beaches, will reopen for public use while adhering to physical distancing guidelines and provincial restrictions on gatherings. Also reopening are tennis/pickleball courts, basketball courts and sports fields for non-organized play.

May 29

The Town terminated its contract with BECC on April 28, 2020. Immediately upon termination, the Town secured the premises. To protect the property until construction resumes, by-law officers monitor the premises regularly and 24/7 security surveillance has been installed.