We're developing the 2019 Budget and we want your input! Tell us how your tax dollars should be spent by completing our brief survey online or in hard copy. The survey will be available on Oct. 29 and the results will be included as part of the draft budget presented to Council on Dec. 12.
The official results of the 2018 Municipal Election in the Town of Georgina as certified by John Espinosa, Town Clerk, are now available.
Funding is still available under the 2018 Economic Development Community Improvement Plan (CIP) Grants program. The CIP is intended to improve community areas in need of revitalization. CIP Grants are only available for commercial assessed businesses within the Business Improvement Area Boundaries. Applications must be approved before any work begins. Apply today by contacting Sean Columbus at email@example.com or 905-476-4301 ext. 2330.
The unofficial results of the 2018 Municipal Elections in the Town of Georgina have been released. The official results, as certified by John Espinosa, Town Clerk in the Town of Georgina, will be released later this week.
Voter turnout for the 2018 Municipal Election in Georgina was 26.73 per cent, down from 39.6 per cent in 2014. The number of ballots cast was 9,047 down from 12,276.
Monday, October 22 is Voting Day in Georgina. The Town has a vote anywhere approach – you can cast a ballot at any one of the 10 locations.
Remember to bring one piece of identification showing your name and Georgina address.
Visit georgina.ca/election2018 for a full list of voting locations and those with assistive devices.
Whether it’s hockey, ice skating or a birthday party – we have ice! The Georgina Ice Palace and Sutton Arena have plenty of opportunities for ice rentals this fall and winter.
Requests are taken on a first come, first served basis.
Visit the ice rentals page on the website to learn more.
With winter around the corner, it's time to retire the summer toys. The Town of Georgina would like to remind residents of the zoning regulations for leisure vehicle storage on residential lots.
Learn How to Build Resilience with Olympian Jeremiah Brown.
Hear Olympian/author Jeremiah Brown's story of going from novice to Olympic medallist in just four years, and learn how to develop resilience in your own life. The evening will include a question and answer session along with an opportunity to purchase signed copies of Brown's book, The 4 Year Olympian. Free tickets to the event are available at all Georgina Public Library branches.
Monday, October 15, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., The Link, 20489 Dalton Rd, Sutton
Join Georgina Fire and Emergency Services for ‘Coffee with a firefighter ‘ on Friday, October 12 in partnership with Keswick McDonalds, 24018 Woodbine Ave, Keswick. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. come out get a free small coffee and talk with firefighters about fire safety in the community. Hope to see you there.
Fall has arrived, the leaves are changing and Halloween is just around the corner. If you’re looking for fun family activities, there are plenty to take advantage of in Georgina in October.