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Jun 23

The Town of Georgina is moving forward with the largest project in its history – construction of the Multi-use Recreation Complex (MURC). Council today approved the full build which will include a Discovery Library branch.

Jun 17

Town staff will be at the Civic Centre roundabout on Saturday, June 19 to hand out free burlap between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Residents are encouraged to use burlap on their trees to help limit damage from Lymantria dispar dispar (LDD). The burlap will be given out on a first-come first-serve basis while quantities last. There is a two-piece limit per household.

Jun 16

Statement from Mayor Margaret Quirk in response to Province’s Maple Lake Estates decision

There is reason to celebrate in Georgina today. It is a day that I have dreamed of, and am so happy that it is finally here.

Following decades of navigating the many twists and turns surrounding Maple Lake Estates, today the Province has announced its plan to provide the 360 hectares of developable land to the stewardship of the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority. This land will now be protected from development. 

Jun 11

The Town of Georgina and the Chamber of Commerce have received $2,400 through a partnership with Central Counties Tourism (CCT) to fund a one-year data collection project. The Visitation Pilot Project will use OPTiFi insights to provide metric data to better understand the impact of tourism throughout the municipality.

Jun 11

The Regional Municipality of York is continuing to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to eligible residents as quickly as possible.

Jun 9

Coinciding with the province’s Roadmap to Reopen plan, and in light of progress being made with the vaccination rollout and COVID-19 case numbers declining, and the stay-at-home order being lifted, the Town is pleased to announce it is cautiously taking the next step in opening its waterfront parks. Beginning June 10, 2021 parking lots will be available to both resident parking pass holders and those without.  

Jun 7

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that conditions are ideal over the next few days for the development of severe thunderstorms. Showers with possible risk of thunderstorms may begin later this afternoon and continue through Wednesday. 

Jun 4

The Regional Municipality of York is continuing to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to eligible residents as quickly as possible.

Jun 3

Summer is still a few weeks away, but the splash pads are now open.

The Town has three splash pads – the ROC, Whipper Watson Park and Const. Garrett Styles Park.

Splash pads are open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

When visiting a Town splash pad, residents are reminded –

Jun 3

The 2020 Community Snapshot is here! This annual publication highlights the progress made on our strategic goals.

2020 saw a lot of change in the community as it dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic. From moving services and Council meetings online to offering virtual events and new business services, there was a lot of positive change in 2020.

Highlights include:

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