Check-It Out Newsletter - January
Monday, January 14, 1 p.m. - Harry Posner
Thanks for financial support from Saputo and Humber, a new facility will open inside the Alder Recreation Centre, offering a variety of health and lifestyle programs.
2018 residents and businesses acknowledged for brightening our spirits and neighbourhoods.
Orangeville opts in for recreational cannabis retail store locations.
Operating and capital budgets will be reviewed by new Council in January.
Counvil votes to ask OPP to prepare a costing proposal.
Chain of Office recovered on a front porch.
Infrastructure Services has completed several projects.
Members of the 2018-2022 Orangeville Council were sworn into office December 3rd by Justice Richard Schwarzl.
Orangeville, like many other municipalities across Canada, is experiencing a shortage of lifeguards and swimming instructors.
The Public Works Division of Orangeville Infrastructure Services is aware that residents in the Town of Orangeville may receive unsolicited at-home visits and requests from people asking to test the w...
Overnight parking restrictions come into effect December 1, however overnight parking is offered in two municipal lots.
Sandy Brown elected as Orangeville's new mayor and Andy Macintosh as the new Deputy Mayor.
Children playing, poppies blowing, and Rick Hansen in motion are the themes of the newest utility box artwork in Orangeville.