Federal and provincial funding is announced to assist work at the Water Pollution Control Plant and for reconstruction on Maple Crescent.
Flooding in Orangeville affected parks, trails, roads, and rail line.
Fire hydrant flushing and maintenance programs will take place from April 24 to June 30, 2017 between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday each week.
Overnight parking is prohibited on town street and parking lots during winter months.
Curbside clean-up of ice storm debris is extended to April 22, 2016.
Unsolicited water inspections not conducted by the Town.
Clean-up of debris from the March 24-25 ice storm will continue until April 15, 2016.
Storm update: Town residents can bring debris to curb, Hydro almost restored to all Orangeville customers
Town in clean-up mode following major ice storm.
Many are without power, and crews are busy with downed trees and power lines.
Staff member of the Public Works Department dies suddenly.
Municipalities have the authority to implement source protection policies in order to prevent contamination and depletion of local drinking water sources.
The new LED street lights have a life span of 70,000 hours whereas the old lights have a life span of 4,000 to 6,000 hours.
This is the second year of a 10-year plan to replace ash trees in Orangeville.
Water Pollution Control Plant expansion is expected to be completed in three years.
Snow removal around Town of Orangeville fire hydrants will begin on February 23, 2015.