Coyotes and pelicans have taken up residence on Broadway, as part of the tree sculpture program.
Fire dispatch transfers to Tillsonburg Fire & Rescue Service, effective July 27.
The transformation of Everykids Park (splash pad and playground) was completed ahead of the July 1 target. The splash pad is open; the playground will open when the province lifts restrictions.
Saturday, June 27 at 8 p.m. is the time to tune into Celebrate Your Awesome's virtual dance party.
Town continues to evaluate reopening some recreation amenities given the costs of staff, energy and enhanced maintenance requirements.
Physical distancing and participant limits will be in place at Town's splash pads this summer.
Red illumination, a Canadian Heritage show, and virtual fireworks are part of the 2020 Canada Day celebration.
Get involved in Seniors Week in a virtual or physical way from June 22-26, 2020 and win a summer prize pack.
Plans are underway for re-opening facilities in a phased approach with dates to be announced soon
Patios are permitted to open beginning June 12 with proper health and safety measures in place
Face coverings are to be worn in commercial establishments, effective June 12, as ordered by the Medical Officer of Health for Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph.
Racism has been an issue for far too long, Orangeville Mayor Brown said, adding we must all be allies to identify and eliminate it.
Wightman announces a multi-year $56-million fibre project for the Town of Orangeville, starting in the business park this fall and shifting to the residential sector next year.
Register to participate in virtual town hall to discuss the future of tourism in Orangeville.
Check out the Orangeville Business Resiliency Map to see what is open and how they are operating, and see the online directory of local companies that can provide supplies that may be needed by busine...