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Construction Safety Reminder - It's construction season, please keep everyone safe and respect all detour and directional signage

With the summer construction season here, residents and visitors are asked to please respect all detour and directional signs, exercising patience in construction zones. Let's prioritize the safety of both construction workers and the public.

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New Clothing and Textile Collection

Clothing and Textile Curbside Collection runs May 27 to 31.

Doing some spring cleaning? The City of Orillia is running its first curbside clothing and textile collection week from May 27 to 31, 2024. Clothing and textile collection days differ from regular waste collection days. To determine your collection day, learn more about the program and view a list of acceptable items for this special curbside collection, please visit orillia.ca/waste.

Garage Sale Day June 15

City-wide Garage Sale Day is June 15

Orillia’s special curbside battery collection runs Nov, 6 to 10, 2023

The City of Orillia is encouraging residents and organizations to host their garage sales on June 15, 2024 as part of a city-wide Garage Sale Day aimed to raise funds for affordable housing. There is no need to register your garage sale to participate. Residents and organizations can host a garage sale on June 15 and if they would like to donate a portion of their proceeds to the City of Orillia Affordable Housing Reserve, they can do so online. Visit orillia.ca/garagesale for details.

Boat Launch Design

Centennial Park Boat Launch Parking Lot Reconstruction

The Centennial Park Boat Launch Parking Lot Reconstruction Project is now underway and is anticipated to be complete by Canada Day. The reconstruction project is geared towards organizing and improving public parking opportunities, enhancing the parkland configuration, improving pedestrian safety, and providing additional resting and picnic areas close to the boat launch and waterfront. During the project, there will be no access to the parking lot or boat launch. Visit the project page for more details.

Boat Trailer Parking Program

Boat Trailer Parking Program

The Boat Trailer Parking Program runs from May 15 to Oct. 15, 2024. Orillia residents, and those who pay taxes directly to the City, can park their boat trailer for free by displaying a Resident Boat Trailer Parking Permit. The 2023 permits are not valid for the 2024 season.

For those without a Resident Boat Trailer Parking Permit, the cost to park boat trailers for 2024 will be $10 per hour, up to a maximum of $50 per day. There is no additional fee to use the launch ramps.

Learn more at orillia.ca/parking.

Public Works Week is May 19 to 25

Public Works Open House Event May 25

special artisan market vendors required

National Public Works Week is May 19 to 25, 2024.  Check out the equipment, enjoy family friendly activities and earn more about the essential services the City’s Environment and Infrastructure Services Department provides at a special Public Works Week Open House event on May 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Municipal Operations Centre located at 20 James St. W. Learn more about all the activities that are planned at orillia.ca/publicworksweek.

 

 

 

 

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