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Mar 3

The Pefferlaw Ice Pad (PIP) is closed for maintenance until further notice.

Are you looking for some skating options for the kids?

Check out georgina.ca/skate for more, including the March Break public skating schedule

Mar 2

The Town of Georgina is receiving funding of up to $84,072 through the Province of Ontario’s Municipal Modernization Program to support customer service-related improvements. The money will be used for an independent third-party reviewer to deliver a final report by Sept. 18, 2020.

Mar 2

Do you have any questions about COVID-19, formerly called novel coronavirus? 

Feb 29

Be advised the Town's Winter Maintenance Event declaration has been lifted effective 12 noon on Saturday, Feb. 29. The significant weather event is also ended.

The Town thanks all residents for their cooperation and patience during this Winter Maintenance Event. For more information on winter operations, visit georgina.ca/snow.

Feb 27

Due to inclement weather conditions today, the Georgina Agricultural Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for tonight, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m., is being cancelled.

To learn more about the Georgina Agricultural Advisory Committee (GAgAC), visit georgina.ca/ComitteesandBoards.

Feb 27

The Town of Georgina is looking for your input on how key undeveloped areas in Keswick should evolve to meet the needs of current and future residents and businesses.

Take the land use and design options survey at keswicksecondaryplan.metroquest.ca and let us know your thoughts. The concept designs used in the survey were created at Public Workshop #2 held in January.

The survey ends March 25.

Feb 26

A Winter Maintenance Event has been declared for the Town of Georgina effective immediately. All parked vehicles must be removed from all Town roads immediately until further notice. Failure to do so may result in a ticket and fine being issued per By-law 2002-0046 (TR-1).

A Significant Weather Event has also been declared following Environment Canada’s snowfall warning.

Feb 26

Do you have any questions about COVID-19, formerly called novel coronavirus?  York Region Public Health has created a resource with up-to-date information and answers to some of your questions. Visit

Feb 26

Will March come in like a lion or a lamb?

Feb 20

Spring arrives in less than a month – time to begin planning spring and summer activities for the whole family.

The 2020 Spring and Summer Activity Guide will be distributed in the Georgina Advocate today, Thursday, Feb. 20. Watch for your copy.

You can also view the guide online. Copies are available at the Georgina Civic Centre, Georgina Leisure Pool, Georgina Ice Palace, Sutton Arena, all three branches of Georgina Public Library and the Stephen Leacock Theatre. While supplies last.

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