• Jun 16

    Town purchases historic Pefferlaw cemetery

    The Town of Georgina has acquired Johnston cemetery in Pefferlaw. The Johnston cemetery is a designated heritage site beside the Pefferlaw Fire Hall. Robert Johnston and his brother William Johnston founded Pefferlaw in the 1820’s, and several members of the family are buried at the cemetery.

    “This is something that we have been working diligently on, and I am pleased that we were able to do this for the Johnston family – and for Pefferlaw, given its historical significance to the community,” said Mayor Margaret Quirk.

  • Jun 13

    AIMS parking system down for maintenance

    The AIMS parking system will be down for maintenance today, Monday, June 13, for eight hours beginning at 7 p.m.

    During this time, residents will not be able to access the AIMS platform and will not be able to order permits and parking passes, search for a ticket, pay a ticket online, or file a request to appeal a ticket through the online parking management software.

    We apologize for any inconvenience.


  • Jun 06

    Watershed conditions statement - water safety

    The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that Environment Canada has released a special weather statement forecasting a cold front moving in from the west bringing showers and occasional thunderstorms. The current forecast suggests between 25 – 50mm of rainfall is possible between tonight and through Tuesday, with locally higher amounts in areas that receive thunderstorms. However, there is some uncertainty with the track and timing of this cold front that will move across the area, therefore timing and total rainfall amounts could change. 

  • May 30

    Town honours Volunteer Award of Merit recipients

    The Town of Georgina honoured members of the community with the 2020-21 Volunteer Award of Merit at a ceremony at the ROC on Friday, May 27, 2022. The pandemic prevented the Town from recognizing volunteers in 2020, so these awards honour individuals, teams and groups who volunteered in 2020 or 2021.

  • May 19

    Changes to the bag tag program coming

    Starting July 4, 2022, the Town of Georgina will implement changes to its Bag Tag program. Residents will be able to place up to two bags or containers/items out for pickup every other week on their regularly scheduled collection day and any additional waste will require a bag tag. Residents can put up to a maximum of five bags/items of garbage out, two free and three paid.

  • May 17

    Georgina is ready for the summer season

    The Victoria Day long weekend is the unofficial start to summer and the Town of Georgina is getting ready for the 2022 summer season. Warmer temperatures are here and that means summer is not far behind. The Town offers a variety of outdoor recreation areas, parks, waterfront beaches, sports fields and splash pads for use by residents and visitors.

    Tennis and pickleball courts  
    Tennis courts, basketball and pickleball courts will be maintained from mid-May through mid-October. Weather permitting, netting will be installed around mid-May.

  • May 05

    New swim program coming to the Georgina Leisure Pool

    Starting with the summer session, the Town of Georgina will be moving from the Canadian Red Cross Learn to Swim and Lifeguard program to delivering the Lifesaving Society’s Swim for Life program at the Georgina Leisure Pool.

  • May 03

    Phone disruptions at Civic Centre

    The Town is experiencing intermittent service disruptions with our phone services at the Civic Centre.

    If you are having difficulty calling the Civic Centre, please try again or email us at

    We apologize for any inconvenience.

  • Apr 29

    Candidate nomination period in Georgina opens May 2

    Calling all candidates. Thinking of running for municipal office? The nomination period for the 2022 Municipal Election begins May 2 and will remain open until Aug. 19, 2022 at 2 p.m.   

    The Clerk’s Division will be accepting nominations for the positions of Mayor, one Regional Councillor, five Ward Councillors, trustees for the York Region District School Board and York Catholic District School Board, and trustees for the two French-language school boards.

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