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Oct 16

The Town of Georgina is responding to expanded COVID-19 restrictions announced by the Province of Ontario today placing York Region under modified Stage 2. The additional public health measures for York Region, including Georgina, take effect on Monday, Oct. 19 for a period of at least 28 days.

As a result, indoor in-person fitness classes are cancelled. Anyone impacted by cancelled programs and permits will be contacted directly by the Town. User fees will be refunded.

Oct 15

Town of Georgina Council is inviting you to volunteer in the community as a member on one of the following boards or committees. All appointments are for the 2018-22 Term of Council. Current Town board and committee members are encouraged to apply.

Trails and Active Transportation Advisory Committee

Oct 14

The Town is preparing a Waterfront Parks Master Plan and is holding a series of virtual meetings today and tomorrow, Oct 14 and 15. You can live stream the meetings by visiting

Oct 7

Customer service will not be available on Monday, Oct. 12 due to the Thanksgiving holiday. All Town facilities will be closed that day.

For after-hours emergencies about animal control, roads, water or wastewater, call 905-476-4301 and follow the prompts.

Waste and recycling collection will move one day later for that week. If your garbage is normally picked up on Monday, it will move to Tuesday. Visit to view the calendar.

Sep 29

The Town of Georgina is preparing a Waterfront Parks Master Plan to establish a vision and framework for implementation and direction for operations and management for Georgina’s waterfront parks. The plan is being done in three parts. The first part focuses on parks along the south shore of Lake Simcoe – Willow Beach Park, Franklin Beach Conservation Area, De La Salle Beach Park, Jackson’s Point Harbour Marina, Malone Wharf and Bonnie Park, Holmes Point Park, and, Mossington Wharf and the Black River to Sutton.

Sep 28

Did you know Sutton is getting a new park? Julia Munro Park is located on Timberbank Square within the Lakeside Meadows subdivision in Sutton.

Council has approved the award of construction contract for the new park. We need your input to determine the importance of permanent washrooms in this park and future community park projects. As well, we’re asking you to consider the impact of future operating costs such as security and cleaning, if permanent washrooms are included.

Sep 25

Mayor Margaret Quirk and Dr. Karim Kurji, medical officer of health for York Region, will answer questions and discuss the latest updates on COVID-19 on Thursday, Oct. 1 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Get information on a variety of topics including masks, testing, the second wave and back to school.  

Submit your questions for Dr. Kurji in advance to by end of day Sept. 29. RSVP to the event at for the live stream.

Sep 18

A water meter replacement program is taking place in south Keswick starting the last week of September. The 350 affected homes will be notified by the Town.

These meters have reached the end of their lifecycle and a mandatory replacement is required. The Town is working with Neptune Technology Group to complete the replacements and these staff will be carrying photo ID badges.

Sep 16

The Georgina Gym is reopening to the public on Sept. 21. New safety procedures and protocols on how the facility operates have been put in place. Visitors planning a trip are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the new protocols as the rules have changed, and will be enforced.

How to register for all activities:

Visit the online registration system at Recreation programs will be open for registration at least one week prior to their start date.

Sep 15

The end of summer is almost here. With that, the Town splash pads at Whipper Watson Park, the ROC and Constable Garrett Styles Park in Simcoe Landing will be closing the week of Sept. 21.

We hope you enjoyed the season.