News & Notices
Celebrating and honouring the achievements and contributions of Black Canadians in shaping Canada’s rich cultural heritage and identity.
Inspiration and Advocacy showcased with Panel Discussion, Flag Raising Ceremony, and Community Social
Community members are invited to view Garry Reid’s handcrafted collection at the Collingwood Museum
The Town of Collingwood is offering additional Public Swim times on Wednesday and Thursday from 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM at the Centennial Aquatic Centre.
At the Central Park Arena, there will be Shinny Hockey for Elementary School aged kids on Wednesday from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM and Thursday from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM. Admission for Shinny is $5 per person and full equipment is required.
Please take notice that the section of trail in Harbourview Park, at the north end of Oak Street, is now open.
This trail section was closed since Friday, January 3 due to bridge replacement.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Her Honour the Hon. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, will make an official visit to the Town of Collingwood on Tuesday, February 4, where she will meet with His Worship Mayor Brian Saunderson and participate in a roundtable discussion on United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities. This will be Her Honour’s 85th official visit during her term.
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.
Starting as a Family Literacy Day initiative, the Family Literacy Story Map identifies areas and activities in the Collingwood community where you can engage in literacy.
Please be advised that on the morning of Tuesday, January 28, the Town of Collingwood’s Water Department will be performing maintenance on the Davey Reservoir. The residents on a number of Town streets could experience lower water pressure during this time.
In the Town of Collingwood, snowmobiles are permitted on specific identified trails expressly for the purpose of accessing Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) trails out of town under Bylaw 2015-095. Trails not identified for snowmobile use under the Bylaw are prohibited from use by snowmobile drivers. The OPP will enforce the Town Bylaw with substantial fines for offenders.