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Jun 1

Update as of 3:15 p.m.

Georgina Fire Department has cleared the scene and reopened the area to residents affected by today’s earlier garbage truck fire. Residents can now return home. There is still limited vehicular access to Sherie Dr. while GFL cleans up the site. We thank area residents for their cooperation during today’s emergency incident.


Emergency Road Closure - Garbage Truck Fire

May 30

Healthy Kids Community Challenge Georgina is launching a photo contest for residents

Healthy Kids Community Challenge Georgina (HKCC) is launching a youth-focused photo contest on Facebook for the month of June (June 1 to June 30 inclusive). The contest is open to all Georgina residents.

The theme is Physical Activity – Run. Jump. Play. Every Day. The HKCC is challenging residents to submit their photos showing how they get active.

May 30

Town of Georgina recognizing National Access Awareness Week

In recognition of National Access Awareness Week, taking place May 31 to June 6, the Town of Georgina’s Accessibility Advisory Committee (GAAC) is raising awareness of efforts to make the town more inclusive. It is also encouraging residents to think about the barriers people with disabilities face each day and how we can all work together to remove them.

May 26

Due to changes to the Ontario Building Code by the province, the Town is required to carry out mandatory inspections of existing septic systems, holding tanks and other on-site sewage systems that are located within 100 metres of Lake Simcoe and all rivers and streams that feed the lake. The purpose of this program is to help protect our drinking water and the environment and support the implementation of the Clean Water Act and the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan

May 25

Pay & Display Parking Machine Changes at Waterfront Parks

New this year - The Pay & Display Parking Machines at our Waterfront Parks accept Coin (exact change) and Credit Card only, no bills.

May 25

Survey - Provide Your Input On Our Economic Development Strategy

Recognizing that there are a number of prominent employment sectors in Georgina and a number of opportunities to expand the economic base in Georgina, your input on how to grow the local economy is important to us. If you were unable to attend our Workshop and Public Open House sessions and/or wish to provide additional input, please Complete Our Survey.

May 16

The Town of Georgina is in the process of updating its Economic Development Strategy and held a workshop and Public Open House on Tuesday, May 10 at The Link. The workshop and Public Open House were led by Dave Cash of Dave Cash & Associates Inc. who has been retained to help develop the updated strategy. We would like to thank all of those who attended the workshop and appreciate all of the valuable feedback we received during the event.

May 11

Notice of Road Construction on Warden Avenue 
Between Ravenshoe Road to Old Homestead Road in The Town of Georgina

May 6

Canadians wishing to make a financial donation to help displaced families affected by the Fort McMurray Fire are encouraged to make a financial donation to the Alberta Fires Appeal in one of the following ways:

• online at
• by calling 1-800-418-1111 or
• by contacting their local Canadian Red Cross office


Apr 29

Public Open House
Have Your Say!
Economic Development Strategy

The Town of Georgina is in the process of updating its Economic Development Strategy. The goal is to provide a three to five year Action Plan for the Town's economic development program and to boost local investment and jobs for the future.

Come have your say and provide your input at the Public Open House. Light refreshments will be provided.