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Nov 16

On November 24, 2015, Georgina Town Council will be honouring 8 members of the Georgina community, and 3 community organizations by presenting them with the Volunteer Award of Merit.  We are pleased to share  the recipients.

Join us at The Link for cocktails at 6:30 p.m., followed by the ceremony and reception at 7:00 p.m. 

Nov 12

Town of Georgina staff presented the proposed 2016 budget to Council on Wednesday, November 11, 2015. Please send us your comments, suggestions, and concerns. Public input can be made either by e-mail at or by attending one of our upcoming Council meetings. Meeting dates are posted on the Calendar of Events page as well as the Town Page in the Georgina Advocate newspaper.  Review the 2016 draft budget.

Nov 5

Earlier this year, Canada Post announced that approximately 4,100 door-to-door customers in Keswick will be converted to Community Mailboxes in 2015 as part of their conversion of approximately 1/3 of Canadian addresses. Canada Post has issued a statement surrounding a temporary delay of the program to convert door-to-door mail delivery to community mailboxes.

Nov 2

The tide is high, and it's time to surf Georgina's new website! The first phase of the new and improved website is now live offering easier access to information. Stop by any of our Town facilities during Launch Week or visit our Media Releases page for more information!

Give us your feedback by completing our survey.

Oct 28

The GAgAC has an opening for one member. The Committee's to provide information, advice and assistance to Council and staff of the Town of Georgina on farming and agricultural issues impacting the Municipality. The deadline to submit applications is November 27, 2015.

Oct 28

Staff are currently working on the draft 2016 Budget for Council considerations. Do you have ideas, thoughts or concerns on how your property tax dollars should be spent? Have your say by providing feedback through email at, or in person by attending an upcoming Council meetings.

Oct 28

Georgina residents are going to be seeing things in a new light, literally! 4,230 streetlights are in the process of being converted to LED (Light Emitting Diodes) lights across Georgina. The conversion of LED lights will result in increased efficiencies and cost savings. During the installation of the lights, residents and business owners will only experience minor impacts as there will be no construction sites and the crews will be mobile.