• Oct 04

    Town seeking two members for Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee

    Town of Georgina Council is looking for two people to volunteer in the community as a member of the Equity and Diversity Committee.

    Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee

    To consult with the community and to provide information, advice and assistance to the community and Town Council relating to enhancement of community relations and promotion of equity, diversity and inclusivity in the Town of Georgina.

  • Oct 04

    Town ends declaration of emergency for COVID-19 pandemic

    The Town of Georgina has officially ended the declaration of emergency that was declared on March 19, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The emergency declaration aligned the Town with the Province, granting the Mayor the authority to take such action as she considered necessary to implement the Town’s emergency plan. It also granted the Town the power to protect volunteer emergency workers.

  • Sep 28

    Committee and board recruitment - Keswick Cemetery and Cooke's Cemetery

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

    Keswick Cemetery Board

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

    Cooke’s Cemetery Board

  • Sep 27

    National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - flag raising

    In recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the Town of Georgina will hold a special flag raising ceremony at the Civic Centre on Thursday, Sept. 30 at 9 a.m. Flags will also be raised at Ravenshoe Road and Woodbine Avenue.

    Mayor Margaret Quirk, Members of Council and Town staff will join members of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation for the flag raising event. Residents are welcome to attend at the Civic Centre for this event commemorating the tragedy of residential schools in Canada and their continuing impact on Indigenous communities.

  • Sep 22

    More Town facilities reopen

    The Town of Georgina is reopening some recreation facilities for public use. The Georgina Leisure Pool and Georgina Gym will reopen on Sept. 27 for registered drop-in aquatic and recreation programs, and third-party bookings. Registered aquatic lessons and recreation programs will begin Oct. 12 with registration opening on Sept. 28 at 8:30 a.m. COVID-19 safety measures will be in place and will be updated under provincial public health guidelines.

  • Sep 21

    Watershed Conditions Statement - Flood Outlook

    The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that that the Surface Water Monitoring Centre of the Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry is forecasting a large, slow-moving frontal system to enter the Lake Simcoe watershed tonight and through tomorrow. The front is expected to bring widespread rainfall into the watershed, with 40- 60mm expected before Thursday, and the possibility of embedded thunderstorms contributing an additional 10-20mm.

  • Sep 07

    Watershed Conditions Statement - Flood Outlook

    The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that significant rainfall is forecast for today in our watershed with showers and thunderstorms expected this evening. Environment Canada has issued a Special weather statement for the Barrie area, with predicted rainfall accumulations of 30-50mm (higher amounts possible) by Wednesday morning.  

    Other areas of the watershed have predicted rainfall accumulations of 20-25mm. Higher amounts of rainfall may occur in localized areas as a result of thunderstorm activity. 

  • Sep 01

    Town sets high standards for water quality

    The Town of Georgina and York Region maintain high water quality standards to provide safe drinking water through the municipal distribution system. The Town has a comprehensive sampling and testing program of water taken directly from the watermains at locations throughout the community. This ensures the water delivered to your home or business meets or exceeds all water quality requirements. All water samples are collected by water operators licensed by the Ministry of Environment, Parks and Conservation. All samples are tested at a ministry accredited laboratory.

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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8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.