The mobile stair system at the Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre pool has been replaced with an improved version to allow easier access.
$80,000 is provided for a financial assistance program for community organizations, with criteria to be met and applications to be completed.
An online tool allows the public to see what streets have been cleared and when during a winter event.
Chief Administrative Officer updates Orangeville Council on transition process to OPP.
Private property owners with tree debris are responsible for disposal, with one option being to wait until Dufferin County starts yard waste collection.
The Town continues to work on a process to transition to OPP.
Hours are revised for Orangeville Transit over the Christmas and New Year's period.
Orangeville's 2020 budget results in a 1.5 percent increase to the net tax levy.
Mayor Brown issued a statement on Council's decision to transition to Ontario Provincial Police
The Town of Orangeville is saddened to hear of the passing of Mr. Gordon Courtney.
Parking overnight on municipal streets is prohibited from December 1 to March 31.
At its meeting on Monday, December 2, 2019, no earlier than 7:00 p.m., Orangeville Town Council will consider repealing and replacing its current Civil Marriage Ceremonies By-law No. 22-2005, as amend...
A survey is being conducted for the Town, via phone and online, as part of the Recreation and Parks Master Plan study.
The 2020 municipal budget is in the hands of Council members and will be discussed November 25 and 26.
Lieutenant Governor attends Remembrance Day ceremony in Orangeville.