Highlights from October 22, 2019 meeting of Orangeville Council
Fourteen above-ground features to be installed at rebuilt splash pad at Harvey Curry Park.
Search the library's collection and place holds from your mobile device.
Faulkner Street reconstruction won't happen in 2019.
Visit the job fair at the Best Western in Orangeville on October 22 from 3-7 p.m.
The purpose of the plan, which will involve public consultation, is to provide the Town with long-term direction for recreation and parks services for residents, community groups, and visitors.
Pomax Consulting will report on policing services at Town Hall on October 28.
Beginning October 15, 2019 and continuing between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday each week, Orangeville Water Works staff will be completing a fire hydrant flushing program.
The Town receives recognition from Communities in Bloom for environmental action and for the utility box art program.
Fire Chief urges area families to practise their home escape plan as part of Fire Prevention Week, October 6-12, 2019.
Arts and culture is celebrated -- and tributes paid to the contributions made by individuals, businesses and organizations throughout the region.
Municipal representatives will speak about policing services and experiences with members of Orangeville Council.
Humber's closure announcement will open new doors for other uses at the Alder Recreation Centre, according to Mayor Sandy Brown.
Town publicly launches Data Orangeville, offering data-driven maps and apps for public use.
Pomax Consulting Inc. awarded police review contract.