The Mayor's Breakfast for the Arts will kick off Culture Days on September 29.
Ed Brennan hired as Chief Administrative Officer.
Source Water Protection affects many properties in the Orangeville area.
Orangeville is ranked as the fourth most affordable place to do business in Canada, according to an an annual ranking by Canadian Business and PROFIT publications.
Admission standards change for municipal swimming pools on July 1, 2016.
Activities at Alder Street Recreation Centre from 12-5 on July 1 and fireworks over Island Lake at 10 p.m.
New training and mentorship pilot program for creative businesses.
Mr. Lacrosse tree sculpture at the Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre depicts a lacrosse player wearing Terry’s #19 jersey.
The artsVest program supported five local arts organizations.
Each location tells a story about the importance of Mill Creek in the Town's evolution.
Use Mindmixer to have a conversation about Orangeville Transit or call the Town Hall. Open house on June 20 from 4-6:30 p.m.
The Graduate is a new tree sculpture, thanks to students raising funds for the project.
The enhanced pollinator and butterfly garden at Orangeville District Secondary School features a canoe and a tree sculpture.
Unsolicited water inspections not conducted by the Town
The Southern Ontario Amazing Race brought some interesting challenges to competitors in the Orangeville area June 4-5.