2016 budget is approved by Orangeville Council.
Nominations open for 2016 Environmental Sustainability Awards
Shell at 640 Riddell Road joins Accessible Business Program. If you're in need of assistance you can call for full service at the gas pumps.
Three homeowners received Heritage Community Recognition Awards.
Hired in 1992 as Orangeville's first Chief Building Official, Vern Douglas plans to retire at the end of June.
Raymond Osmond joins the Town as Director of Parks & Recreation.
Staff member of the Public Works Department dies suddenly.
Enjoy Family Day at the Alder Street Recreation Centre with free activities.
Training and mentorship program targets entrepreneurs in the arts and culture sector.
Town launches online survey dealing with source water protection.
Municipalities have the authority to implement source protection policies in order to prevent contamination and depletion of local drinking water sources.
Signs installed to direct people to several Orangeville destinations.
Special Meeting of Council - Wednesday, December 16, 2015 - 4 pm.
The Proposed 2016 Budget will be tabled to Council on Monday, December 7.
Councillor Gail Campbell chosen to receive provincial award recognizing her as an accessibility champion.