Sign variance application – Council received a sign variance application from the Orangeville BIA to permit the placement of 25 sidewalk decals on public property. The decals will read “Thanks for shopping local” and measure 25 inches in diameter. They will be placed in the following locations: between John Street & Third/Wellington (20); Little York Street (1); Second Street between Broadway & First Ave (1); First Street between Broadway & First Avenue (1); and Mill Street between Broadway & Little York/Armstrong Streets (2). All placements are conditional upon receiving a road occupancy permit.

Budget 2022 schedule and direction – Council received and approved a report on the Budget 2022 schedule and direction. Council endorsed receiving a five-year budget outlook for the operating budget and a 10-year budget outlook for capital budget deliberations. Council also approved maintaining the cost-of-living allowance equivalent to the same level as 2020 of 2 percent as a guideline to report a budget for non-union staff salary and benefits in the proposed 2022 budget.

Demolition on a Municipal Heritage Register property Council received a report regarding the demolition of a one-storey rear portion of the existing dwelling on the property at 15-17 York Street. Council does not oppose the demolition.

Recommendation report for 670-690 Broadway – Council received and approved an application to draft a by-law to remove the holding (H) symbol on the properties at 670-690 Broadway, and that Council allocate water and sewage treatment services to the proposed 33 townhouse units. Residential demolition applications were also approved, subject to a number of conditions.

Recommendation for 287A Broadway – Council received and approved an application to draft a by-law to remove the holding (H) symbol on the property at 287A Broadway.

Trailer and RV by-law updates – In response to multiple complaints regarding camping trailers and recreation vehicles being parked in residential driveways, Council requested staff to update the Town's Zoning By-law, effective June of 2022 to reflect that all vehicles and equipment which park in a residential drive within Orangeville must not overhang the length of the driveway.

Kin fundraising permitted – Council approved a by-law to permit the Kin Club of Orangeville to hold a road toll fundraising event at the intersections of Third Street and Fourth Avenue on September 18, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.