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COVID-19 Information

The City of Orillia is in regular communications with the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU), Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital and the County of Simcoe Health and Emergency Services regarding COVID-19. For information regarding COVID-19, for updates related to City services, and how you can protect yourself and your family, visit our Local Information web page, the SMDHU web page and the Province of Ontario’s web page.

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Public Notices

In addition to News Releases, we post public notices often... check here regularly for special meeting announcements and other pertinent community notices. Subscribe to Public Notices to receive new postings via email.

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Revitalization is coming. Orillia.ca/waterfront

Waterfront Redevelopment Update

FRAM Building Group (FRAM) has been selected as the preferred proponent who will redevelop the municipally-owned lands located at and around 70 Front St. N. The redevelopment will lead to revitalization of a brownfield site in the core of the city and a better connection between Orillia’s beautiful waterfront and heritage downtown. FRAM’s concept will be further developed and refined through Site Plan Approval, community engagement and ongoing collaboration with the City. For more information and to sign up for updates, visit the project webpage at orillia.ca/waterfront.

Waterfront Parking and Boat Launch Program

COVID-19 Waterfront Parking and Boat Launch Program is in effect

The program is in place on Fridays-Sundays and public holidays, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Sept. 12. Orillia residents and taxpayers can park and launch their boats for free by displaying their resident parking permit. Visitors must pay $50 to park and $50 to launch their boat. Visit orillia.ca/parking.




SCRAM Security Camera Registry and Mapping Program

Sign Up for the SCRAM Program

The Orillia Police Services Board, in partnership with the Ontario Provincial Police, has launched the Security Camera Registry and Mapping (SCRAM) Program, as well as a Security Camera Rebate Program to encourage residents and businesses to assist with enhancing the safety of the community. Learn more.


New Resident Welcome and Information Package

New Resident Welcome and Information Package

The City is extending a warm welcome to new residents of Orillia with a one-stop information resource and welcome package containing complimentary vouchers. New residents can request their package through the online submission form at orillia.ca/welcomehome beginning on June 14, 2021. Proof of residency is required. Quantities are limited.




Major Projects

Major Projects

The City of Orillia is currently undertaking several major projects in order to better serve citizens and businesses in Orillia. For more information on projects such as the Orillia Recreation Centre, the Waterfront Redevelopment Project or the Front Street Reconstruction Project, please visit orillia.ca/majorprojects.