The official website for the Town of Halton Hills Ontario Canada. Halton Hills includes Georgetown, Acton, Stewarttown, Glenwilliams, Norval, Hornby, Limehouse, and Terra Cotta. Get Municipal News, By-law Information, Sustainability Tips, Recreation Swimming/Skating Schedules and everything else you would need to know about living, visiting, doing business in Halton Hills Ontario.

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    Welcome to your new community!

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    The Town of Halton Hills is made up of several communities - Acton, Georgetown, Glen Williams, Norval, Hornby, Stewarttown and the surrounding rural area.

    If you’re a newcomer, listed below are links to useful information that will help you become more familiar with your new community whether you are an individual, family and/or a business.

    On behalf of Town Council, the Town Sustainability Implementation Committee and the wonderful residents of our fine community “Welcome to Halton Hills, this is small town living at its best!”  

    - Mayor Rick Bonnette


    Cultural Vibrancy
    John Elliott Theatre
    Halton Hills Cultural Roundtable
    Halton Hills Public Library
    Local Musical Entertainment
    Tourism / Visit Halton Hills

    Economic  Prosperity  
    Acton BIA
    Chamber of Commerce
    Georgetown BIA 
    Georgetown Market Place  
    Toronto Premium Outlet

    Environmental Health
    Bruce Trail   
    Credit Valley Conservation
    Halton Conservation  
    Town Parks
    Town Trails

    Social Wellbeing
    Community Support Network Halton Hills
    Georgetown Hospital
    Living in Halton Region   
    New Family Physicians Accepting Patients
    Walk-in Medical Clinics

    Other Useful Links
    Community Activity & Service Guide
    Halton Hills Hydro
    Halton Region
    School Boards
    Town Mapping 
    Union Gas
    Volunteer Opportunities


    Our Community Sustainability Strategy Vision                                    
    In 2060, the urban and rural communities of Halton Hills balance economic prosperity
    with a deep commitment to the natural environment, while retaining viable local
    agriculture and small-town feel, and being socially equitable, culturally vibrant and strongly connected.



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