Council Highlights from May 25, 2020 meeting of Orangeville Council.
The online shopping experience bridges the gap between Orangeville’s downtown businesses and their customers.
Customers will place their orders by noon on Thursdays for pick-up on Saturdays.
The recovery plan will look at the implications of COVID-19 and how the community can rebound from the crisis.
Request to disband the Orangeville Police Service has been granted by the Ontario Civilian Police Commission.
Flags at half-mast to honour Capt. Jenn Casey of the Canadian Snowbirds.
Council Highlights from May 11, 2020 meeting of Orangeville Council.
Formal ceremony at CFB Trenton to honour six Canadian Armed Forces members killed in helicopter crash.
Dr. David Scott was a community builder and a health care visionary.
Area children are invited to say thanks to health care workers by creating a piece of art.
The Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act allows police to levy fines during this period where no more than five people can gather in one place.
The Town is posting signage at all parks warning residents to keep their children off all play equipment and play structures.
Town Hall set to close at noon on March 18 but some services still available by contacting customer service.
Public hours adjusted at Town Hall
Some facilities are being closed and municipal meetings are postponed until April 6.