The 2017 recipients of the arts and culture awards are announced in Orangeville.
Disaster relief program activated for Orangeville due to two significant rainfall events.
Join University of Waterloo’s Engineering Science Quest (ESQ) for Everyday Science Mania at the Mill Street Library on Saturday, September 23.
Five bloom bronze rating achieved by Orangeville in its first entry in the national Communities in Bloom competition.
Borrow a power meter from the Orangeville Public Library to monitor electricity usage of appliances and devices.
New pedestrian crossover requires drivers and cyclists to wait for pedestrians to cross entire width of road before proceeding.
Nominate a senior or youth for the annual municipal award by October 20, 2017.
Submit your art to commemorate Canada 150 for a special mural inside the Alder Recreation Centre.
Local garden event recognizes the skills and efforts of floral displays and vegetable gardens.
Council to consider the matter at its next meeting.
The new strategic plan identifies actions and priorities for the corporation.
Art by local artists is unveiled on four more utility boxes.
Celebration of the Arts kicks off Culture Day on September 28, 2017 in the Town Hall atrium and in the Opera House.
New pool inflatable is sure to impress and to end with a splash.
Orangeville is elevated to the national Communities in Bloom competition in 2017.