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Mar 16

The Town of Georgina Civic Centre, located at 26557 Civic Centre Rd., is closed to the public effective immediately. The Fire Services administrative building at 165 The Queensway South is also closed to the public.

The Town will continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and provide updates as available.

Mar 13

Effective immediately, the ROC will be closed for the season due to weather-related concerns.

All lesson participants affected by the closure will be contacted by Recreation & Culture Staff. We pride ourselves in providing excellent customer service and regret any inconvenience this may cause.

On behalf of the Town of Georgina, we would like to thank you for your patience in this matter.

Thank you for another great winter season, see you next year. 

Mar 12

Did you know the Town of Georgina offers many online services? Residents are able to do the following online —
• Pay taxes
• Pay a parking ticket
• Register and pay for recreation programs
• Register and pay for a pet licence


If you have other questions, call customer service at 905-476-4301, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or email info@georgina.ca

Mar 11

Do you have any questions about COVID-19, also known as novel coronavirus?   York Region Public Health has created a resource with up-to-date information and answers to some of your questions.

Mar 10

Please note: Receipt of all applications for funding under the Community Initiatives Fund is suspended until further notice.

The Town of Georgina is committed to assisting local individuals, community groups and organizations with their fundraising needs. To do so, the Town has established the Georgina Community Initiatives Fund, which is funded through the Annual Georgina Charity Golf Classic.

How to apply:

Mar 9

The Pefferlaw Ice Pad (PIP) is closed for the season, effective today, March 9, 2020.

 For other skating opportunities in Georgina, visit georgina.ca/skating for schedules and more about skating at the Ice Palace and Sutton Arena.

Mar 6

The Town of Georgina is setting up an Urban Hens Pilot Project to begin in spring 2020.

There is growing interest in keeping chickens, particularly as a means of easy and accessible fresh egg production in a variety of non-traditional urban and suburban settings throughout Canada. The Town recognizes this emerging trend and is putting regulations in place to allow for residents to have backyard chickens.

Details of the pilot project:

Mar 5

Do you have any questions about COVID-19, also known as novel coronavirus?  York Region Public Health has created a resource with up-to-date information and answers to some of your questions.

Mar 5

The Pefferlaw Ice Pad (PIP) has reopened. Enjoy the fresh winter air at the outdoor ice rink.

Check the schedule and enjoy a skate under the roof. Visit georgina.ca/skating for more.

Mar 3

The Town of Georgina has lowered its flags to honour former Mayor Jeffrey Holec, who passed away this week. He served as Mayor of Georgina from 2000 to 2003.

Mayor Holec was a great friend to many and had a great love of the theatre, wildlife and a special love for dogs. He grew up in Chicago and served in the Armed Forces there, before coming to Canada. Prior to serving as Mayor, he was in the airline business, worked in public affairs on all levels of government and on special protocol teams.

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