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 

The following facilities are open to the public during regular business hours: 

Outdoor Amenities

All outdoor amenities in EG are open! Residents can enjoy: 

  • Outdoor skating
  • Skate and bike parks
  • Basketball/multiuse courts
  • Tennis courts
  • Shade structures
  • Splash pads
 To view EG park locations and what's available, visit our Parks and Trails page.
 To find a trail near you, visit our Parks and Trails page.
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.


Outdoor Skating Rinks 

EG has two outdoor skating rinks, located at : 

Registration is not required, however skaters are asked to limit their ice time to 30 minutes to allow others to enjoy the ice.

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

Residents can purchase green or blue bins (12 or 22 gallon) by visiting Customer Service, located inside of the Civic Centre during regular business hours. 

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

Participate in a recreation program

Winter program registration opens December 1 and programs begin in January. Visit the Health & Active Living Guide page to view the Guide and winter camps, programs and drop-ins.  

To help our residents stay healthy and active the Town launched a Health & Active Living Challenge on social media. All of the videos are still available with fun fitness, and family activities on our YouTube channel.

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. To purchase a recreational permit, you can: 

  • Complete the online application 
  • Visit Customer Service located at the Civic Centre 
  • Drop off your completed application in the Town’s secure dropbox along with a cheque for $39.70 in an envelope with your name, phone number and email address.

Purchase a dog licence

Dog licences are $37.70 and $27.90 for seniors (65+). Purchase your licence online or visit Customer Service located at the Civic Centre.

Who should I contact? 

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

Town events and meetings 

Town Events

To stay up to date on upcoming event details sign-up for our eNewsletter and check out our Events page and Calendar.


Council Meetings

View available upcoming meeting dates and agendas and more