The Town of East Gwillimbury (EG) continues to prepare plans in-line with Provincial and York Region Public Health Officials’ recommendations to ensure safe access to municipal facilities. 

Indoor amenities

Community centres and facilities 

During the current provincewide emergency break, indoor recreation facilities will be closed for programs, permits and public access including the Sports Complex, Holland Landing Community Centre and Ross Family Complex. Ice programs and permits have been cancelled and participants will be contacted via email and refunds issued. 

The library will modify its services to include contactless curbside pick-up, one-hour in-library computer use, printing and photocopying services. The library’s capacity limit will remain at five and anyone entering the facility will perform screening and contact tracing.

East Gwillimbury Public Library 

The Library is offering curbside pick-up, one-hour in-library computer use, printing and photocopying services. The library’s capacity limit will remain at five and anyone entering the facility will perform screening and contact tracing.

With no in-library browsing, customers are encouraged to place items on hold through their online account, the EGPL app, or by calling the branch for assistance. If residents are not sure what you want to read, they can participate in the “Borrow a Book Bundle” and let the library choose something for them. Each book bundle contains five carefully chosen titles selected by one of the library’s knowledgeable staff. 

 For more information visit their website. 

Outdoor amenities

The following outdoor amenities have been reopened as of May 22, 2021:

  • Skate and bike parks
  • Basketball/multiuse courts
  • Tennis courts
  • Shade structures
  • Splash pads 
Please remember, team/organized sports are not permitted and users must continue to follow all COVID-19 protocols including wearing a mask and social distancing.

 Learn more about the Province's Re-Opening Plans

Stay active outdoors by visiting a Town trail or park:

Trail head parking lots
 Nokiddaa Trail Corner of Yonge St. and Mount Albert Rd.
 Radial Line Trail and Sharon Creek Trail Radial Line Park
981 Murrell Blvd., Sharon
 Vivian Creek Trail

Vivian Creek Park
19253 Centre St.

Trails maps

To view EG trails and their locations, visit our Parks and Trails page.

Holland Landing
Harvest Hills Park 183 Harvest Hills Blvd. Walkways
Ridge View Park 126 Dogwood Blvd.
16 Pear Blossom Way
Sharon Hills Park 191 Colonel Wayling Blvd.


Parking Lot

Murrell Park 950 Murrell Blvd. Walkways
Valley View Park 175 Walter English Dr. Walkways
Mount Albert
Vivian Creek Park 19253 Centre St.


Parking Lot

Mount Albert Community Centre 53 Main St.  Parking Lot

Parks maps

To view EG parks and their locations, visit our Parks and Trails page.

Outdoor ice surfaces update

The Town's two outdoor ice surfaces located at Ridge View Park and Mount Albert Community Centre Park are now closed until next winter.  

Conducting Town business during COVID-19

While we continue to navigate the COVID-19 recovery, there are new ways that you can interact with the Town.
Below, are a few commonly requested services and how you can complete them during these unique times.

Paying your water or tax bill

 The Town continues to take payments for water and tax bills through a variety of processes. You can:
  • Pay your bills online through your bank (select East Gwillimbury Taxes / East Gwillimbury Water or Utilities)

Drop off your cheque at the drop box located at the front of the Civic Centre

Access your tax/ water account activity by using the Self Serve Portal.

Purchase a green bin or blue box

During the closure of Town facilities, residents may still purchase new green bins, and blue bins. Green bins are $21.70, and blue bins are $11. To order new bins, please fill out the credit card authorization form and submit the completed form by email. Our Customer Service Team will process the payment and our Roads team will deliver your bin(s) right to your house. Bins are delivered once a week on Fridays.

Visit the Garabge and Recycling Page for more information and details.

Participate in a recreation program

During the beginning of COVID-19, the Town had to close all municipal facilities and cancel all in-person programs. To help our residents stay healthy and active we launched the Health & Active Living Challenge on our social media channels. All of the videos are still available with fun fitness, and family activities on our YouTube channel.

The Town is running virtual programs. To learn more visit the Health & Active Living Guide page.

Purchase a fire permit

Please visit our Fire Burning Permits page, to learn more about fire permits, oversized burns/special fires (the cost is different than the standard fire permit) and their requirements.

Purchase a dog licence

Dog licenses are $35.90 and $26.60 for seniors (65+). To purchase a license complete the Credit Card Authorization form on our Animal Control webpage and email it to Customer Service for processing. Customer Service will then mail out the dog tags to your address.

Who should I contact? 

Click on the service you need below to send them an email.

Town events and meetings 

Town Events

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Council Meetings

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