Take seeds, trade seeds, grow seeds, bring back seeds. Try Orangeville's Seed Library and grow some new plants. Instead of the library this spring, the seed library is available through a porch pick-up.
Town cancels programs and events until July 6, with two events postponed, and the market set to open on May 16 with online ordering and payment, and Saturday pick-up.
The next Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 11, 2020 and the agenda will be posted online at www.orangeville.ca by Thursday, May 7, 2020.
Orangeville has begun the process of developing a five-year Tourism Strategy & Action Plan which will incorporate COVID-19 recovery measures.
Formal ceremony at CFB Trenton to honour six Canadian Armed Forces members killed in helicopter crash.
Community garden introduces physical distancing rules and a schedule for registered gardeners.
Watermain valve replacement on the corner of Broadway and Third Street will take place on Thursday, May 7
Dr. David Scott was a community builder and a health care visionary.
The reconstruction of a portion of Little York Street is expected to take approximately three months.
Orangeville Transit will implement a four-route system with a new transfer point in the downtown core.
Area children are invited to say thanks to health care workers by creating a piece of art.
Municipal flags at half mast to honour those killed in senseless rampage in Nova Scotia.
Transition to OPP still scheduled for October 1, 2020.
Orangeville Council passed a COVID-19 Emergency Measures By-law to support efforts in minimizing the spread of the coronavirus.
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