Responding to concerns raised during the hot summer of 2018 surrounding waterfront parks, Council has endorsed several actions as a ‘pilot’ to improve experiences for both visitors and area residents for this year’s beach season.
The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that the forecast is calling for a few rounds of rainfall for portions of southern Ontario over the next couple of days. Precipitation will likely move in later this afternoon or evening and continue off and on into Friday.
The Town of Georgina is pleased to announce Rob Flindall as the new Director of Operations and Infrastructure.
“It is with great pleasure that we welcome Rob Flindall to the Town of Georgina. He brings more than 30 years of municipal experience in public works and municipal infrastructure,” said David Reddon, the Town’s Acting Chief Administrative Officer. “Rob exemplifies a commitment to public service, collaboration and leadership, and I know he will be a valuable addition to our senior management team.”
April 22 to 29 is Pitch-In Week across Canada. Residents can participate by helping to clean up areas in the community as individuals, families or groups.
If you are interested in organizing a litter pickup team in Georgina, call customer service at 905-476-4301. The Town will register your participation and provide gloves and bags.
The Municipal Council of the Town of Georgina invites you to serve in your community by considering membership on the Georgina Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee (GEDAC). The appointment is for the remaining term of Council. The Terms of Reference for the GEDAC describes the purpose mandate and member responsibilities, and can be found at georgina.ca/CommitteesandBoards.
The Municipal Council of the Town of Georgina invites you to serve in your community by considering membership on the Georgina Safe Streets Advisory Committee (GSSC). The appointment is for the remaining term of Council. The Terms of Reference for the GSSC describes the purpose mandate and member responsibilities, and can be found at georgina.ca/CommitteesandBoards.
The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that the watershed is expected to receive approximately 5mm of rain this afternoon, then 30-40mm on Sunday with an additional 5-10mm early next week.
Forecast rainfall amounts will result in higher than normal water levels and flows in rivers and streams, creating potentially hazardous conditions. The combination of slippery and unstable banks and cold water temperatures will create hazardous conditions close to any river, stream or other water bodies.
There is also a potential for flooding in low lying areas.
Georgina Council has approved the preferred designs for the West Park redevelopment and the new Sutton Community Park. Both projects are part of Building Georgina, an initiative to keep residents, businesses and visitors informed about major projects that are proposed and underway.