Join a Committee of Council
Posted on Wednesday, November 16, 2022 02:18 PM
Join a Committee of Council for 2022-2026 Term
Township of Georgian Bay, Ontario – The Township of Georgian Bay has various committees that meet to discuss topics affecting citizens of Georgian Bay. These organized groups are comprised of community member volunteers that apply to be involved. The Township of Georgian Bay is seeking interested community members to apply. Applications are due by end of day on Wednesday, November 30, 2022.
Applicants must be able to attend daytime meetings...
Pickleball in Honey Harbour
Posted on Monday, March 21, 2022 10:45 AM
Pickleball Courts in Honey Harbour
Port Severn, Township of Georgian Bay, Ontario – Residents of Honey Harbour have identified an interest in having six (6) pickleball courts constructed at Honey Harbour Park with an estimated cost of $300,000.
Township residents have committed to fund a minimum of 50% of the project and have deposited $100,000 with the Township in trust to date.
Lead fundraisers Rob and Michelle Krizmanich, presented to Council on March 14, 2022 the concept of installing 6 Pickleball...
Muskoka Emergency Response Committee Launches #AlertMuskoka
Posted on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 06:45 AM
The Muskoka Emergency Response Committee (MERC) is excited to launch #AlertMuskoka, an important new notification tool powered by the Voyent Alert! System. This free community alerting app will make it easy for residents and communities across Muskoka to quickly receive important information during critical incidents and emergency situations.
By downloading the Voyent Alert! app and registering, residents and visitors can select to receive notifications from a wide variety of communication channels...
Baxter Ward Lions Club Recognized by District of Muskoka
Posted on Monday, December 14, 2020 06:45 AM
District of Muskoka - 2020 Community Service Recognition
The Baxter Ward Lions are one of many service groups being recognized with District of Muskoka - 2020 Community Service Recognition !!
In February 2020, a group of 28 local residents started a new Lions club and joined 1.4 million Lions across the globe to step up and serve our communities. Covid-19 quickly changed the way we could serve, but we were needed more than ever!
Our first urgent need was...
New Fire Truck for Honey Harbour (Station 1) has Arrived
Posted on Thursday, October 01, 2020 12:15 PM
On behalf of Mayor Koetsier, Council and Fire Chief Tony Van Dam, we are delighted to share that a new fire truck has arrived at the Honey Harbour (Station 1) Fire Station.
Fire Chief Tony Van Dam approached the procurement process with a new way of thinking; looking outside the Province for exactly what was required.
Chief Van Dam found a Freightliner, M2 106 Crusader built to perfection. With marine-grade body and an 800-gallon tank, this pumper is ready and able to assist the crew in any emergency.