News & Notices
Several tech experts have been working with the Business Development Centre in downtown Collingwood creating a new digital marketplace that will help businesses.
The Town of Collingwood, in partnership with EPCOR, will be waiving late fees for Water and Wastewater billing for 90 days - that means you won’t see any late fees on bills you receive in April, May and June.
Regular Council meetings are held on the third and fourth Monday of every month in Council Chambers, Town Hall located at 97 Hurontario Street, Collingwood at 5:00 PM unless otherwise posted. Please take note of alternative Council Meeting arrangements in place due to COVID-19.
On Thursday, April 9, Mayor Brian Saunderson, Fire Chief Ross Parr, and Inspector Mary Shannon (OPP) provided an update to local media in the lobby of the closed Collingwood Public Library.
Collingwood’s Poet Laureate, Day Merrill, is looking to provide some poetic nourishment for the community with a project called 30 Loaves - Bread for the Journey. In recognition of National Poetry Month this April, Day will be posting a poem a day throughout the month on CollingWord.ca, a section of the Town’s website dedicated to poetry and spoken word. The project titled 30 Loaves - Bread for the Journey started off with a poem by Day and continues daily with other poems by Canadian poets.
The Town of Collingwood is developing an Economic Support and Recovery Task Force to advise Council on supporting and assisting local businesses on rebuilding the local economy and investments. Discover COVID-19 Business Recovery Resources, including webinars, funding, and support initiatives.
The Town of Collingwood sadly mourns the first local COVID-19 death in our neighbouring community of Wasaga Beach.
The Town of Collingwood has compiled a list of helpful resources and links for the Arts and Culture community in Collingwood during the COVID-19 emergency response period.