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Jul 17

Support farmers and celebrate the abundance in our communities and across the Greenbelt by sharing a delicious, locally-sourced, meal prepared by Chef Cori Doern. The event takes place on Saturday, September 9 at The Link in Sutton with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. 

Early bird ticket prices are in effect until July 28. For tickets visit:



Jul 11

The Town is currently looking at improvement opportunities for the study area  – and we need your help to do that. Attend one of the Roving Information Stations to view and provide input on the three concept plans that were generated from public workshops:

Jul 5

The first phase of the Service Delivery Review is almost complete.

Initiated following the May 17 Council meeting, a Service Delivery Review has been underway at The Town of Georgina.  Service Delivery Reviews are a common exercise for municipalities to gauge their level of service across all business units and see where opportunities for efficiency and effectiveness exist.  

Jul 4
Flood Outlook
The water level in Lake Simcoe is above average for this time of year.  There is an increased potential for flooding of low-lying lands adjacent to the lake.   The risk of flooding may be increased in localized areas due to wave action from winds acting on the shoreline.  The above average water levels combined with wave action have the potential to cause increased shoreline erosion which may lead to unstable shorelines.   
Jun 29


Final preparations are underway as Georgina sets the stage for the BIGGEST and BEST Canada Day celebration yet!
Join us as we celebrate in true patriotic style at the Recreation Outdoor Campus (The ROC) on Saturday, July 1, 2017 from 2 p.m. – 10 p.m.   Fireworks at 10 p.m.
There will be live entertainment and festivities for all ages:


• DJ PeeZee
• Kate Ottaway
• Big Shiny 90’s
• The Connors Brothers
• Landing 73 (Featuring Glass Tiger original member Michael Hanson)


Jun 29

Following a series of Public Engagement opportunities including Public Workshops, Design Charrettes, one-to-one interviews as well as comments received by phone and email surrounding the Jackson's Point Harbourfront Redevelopment Plan, the feedback was assembled into the report "What We Heard."  This report articulates the many ideas, visions, concerns and questions for the area from the public as potential opportunities for the harbourfront are explored. 

Jun 27

Please note the following closures will be in effect in recognition of the Canada Day weekend.

Closed Saturday, July 1
Georgina Leisure Pool
Georgina Ice Palace / Georgina Gym
Stephen Leacock Theatre / Club 55 Keswick

Closed Monday, July 3
Georgina Civic Centre
Georgina Animal Shelter and Adoption Centre
Georgina Gym
Georgina Public Library (Keswick, Sutton, Pefferlaw)
Sutton Arena
Stephen Leacock Theatre / Club 55 Keswick
The Link (Sutton)
The ROC (Admin Office)

Jun 23

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that flooding is currently occurring in a number of locations throughout the watershed due to a large amount of rainfall overnight.   Approximately 56mm of rain has been recorded at the LSRCA office.  The Weather Office is forecasting rainfall to continue through today and lessening over the weekend. 

  Saturated ground conditions in combination with the rainfall is causing flooding in low lying and flood prone areas.

Jun 21

The Corporation of the Town of Georgina (Town) is undertaking the development of a new Multi-Use Recreation Complex (MURC) in south Keswick.

  An Expression of Interest (EOI) has been issued and is an opportunity for community groups, public sector agencies, developers, commercial partners, and community partners to convey their interest in this project and how they could be part of the initiative.

Jun 15

Advanced Vote Locations

Eligible electors in The Town of Georgina will be able to vote on the following dates:

Saturday June 17, 2017 – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Keswick High School, The Civic Centre and Morning Glory Public School

Election Day

Friday, June 23, 2017 – 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. – R.L. Graham Public School, The ROC, Sutton Public School, Morning Glory Public School and W.J. Watson Public School