Residents thanked for contributing to Art Legacy Wall in Alder Recreation Centre.
Cops For Cancer event is set for May 26 at Town Hall.
Two more bike routes to celebrate at this year's Public Bike Ride event.
Town flags lowered to half-mast as a symbol of support, following the tragedy that occurred when pedestrians were struck by a van along Yonge Street.
The Environmental Sustainability Awards recognize those who made a positive environmental contribution to the community.
Notice of Intention to pass a By-law to establish Fees and Charges for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
In accordance with the Town’s Notice Policy, notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Orangeville proposes to pass a by-law under Section 391 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25,...
Due to weather conditions, the two Earth Week tree plantings have been rescheduled.
Electric vehicle charging unit approved to serve two parking spaces in downtown core.
Second job fair to be hosted by the Town of Orangeville is on May 2 at Best Western Hotel.
Check out the large-scale mural in the atrium at the Alder Recreation Centre to see photography and art contributed by the community.
Orangeville Council has approved an Economic Development Strategy update, following a report by Global Investment Attraction Group.
The award recognizes Ontario municipalities that are taking steps to becoming age-friendly be creating policies, programs and services that support older adults.
With a new fleet of larger buses, municipal transit service is looking to rebrand itself.
The Town of Orangeville has announced its Call for Artists for the 2018 Utility Box Art Display Program.
TD Canada Trust and the Orangeville & Area Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC) awarded two local businesses with Starter Company Plus grants.