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.
Enjoy activities during Recreation and Parks Month.
People depicted reaching for a globe, symbolizing how we strive for inclusion.
Provincial awards honours an outstanding citizen in each community.
For those who require assistance at the gas pumps, the Shell station on Riddell Road has the answer.
Sharrows have been applied to some streets in Orangeville.
Survey about the value placed on heritage resources is online and available at the Town Hall.
Outdoor Wood Burning Proposed By-law and Comment Sheet
President's Choice SuperDogs expected to be a huge draw on Canada Day.
May 19, 2016 is National Lifejacket Day in the Town of Orangeville.