From launching Building Georgina and the Link Winter Market to the new accessible ramp and MobiMat at De La Salle Beach – there was a lot to celebrate in 2018. Residents can learn about all of the Town of Georgina’s accomplishments in the 2018 Community Snapshot.
Coming soon – the Fall and Winter Activity Guide. It will be delivered in the Georgina Advocate on Aug. 8. Residents will also be able to pick up a copy at Town facilities beginning the same day.
The guide offers a variety of popular programs and activities for children, teens, adults and seniors, including fitness and aquatics programs, general interest workshops, holiday and March Break camps, and more.
Summer is here and the heat is on! A reminder for residents that the use of municipal water for watering of lawns or gardens, washing vehicles or filling swimming pools is only allowed between the hours of 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and only in accordance with the following conditions between May 15 and Sept.30 of each year –
A heat warning is in effect for the GTA. A hot and humid air mass has reached the area and will remain in place through Saturday, July 6. Maximum afternoon temperatures will be near 30 degrees, with humidex values near 40.
Municipal Law Enforcement has expanded the hours of operation to address Short-term Rental Accommodation (STRA) issues such as parking, noise, fireworks and fires over the summer.
Municipal officers will be available until midnight Fridays and Saturdays every weekend, as well as Sundays during long weekends, from May 17 to Sept. 2. Expanded hours are to respond to complaints regarding STRA properties. General complaints not involving a STRA will be addressed during regular business hours.
The Canada Day long weekend is the perfect time to relax and enjoy everything Georgina has to offer. One of those things is fireworks. Residents are encouraged to attend public fireworks displays and to use caution if they choose to have a private fireworks display at home or at a cottage.
Remember these fireworks handling and disposal tips to keep your family and neighbourhood safe:
Summer has arrived in Georgina and with it, plenty of activities and events for the entire family to enjoy.
Canada Day celebrations at the ROC
Get ready to party at the ROC on Canada Day, Monday, July 1! This annual event gets underway at 2 p.m. There’s something for the entire family including live entertainment, children’s activities, inflatables and food.
The final 2019 Property Tax Bills have been mailed. The 2019 tax bill is payable in two installments on July 26 and Sept. 26.
For more information, see the brochure below, call 905-476-4301 or visit the Taxes page on the website.
There are so many fun things to do in Georgina in the summer. Take your best shot and enter it for a chance to win a prize. The contest is open from June 21 to Sept. 9. Residents and non-residents are eligible to submit photos taken within Georgina that fit one of three categories:
Summer is here and that means it’s time to celebrate Canada Day. The Town of Georgina’s event takes place July 1 at the ROC from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., ending with a fireworks finale. It will be a fun day full of exciting festivities for the whole family. Enjoy live entertainment, children’s activities, inflatables, food and more. The opening ceremonies take place at the ROC Chalet main stage at 2 p.m. with the Royal Canadian Legion and Georgina’s own Brigitte Wickens singing the national anthem.