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Welcome to Our Community!

Whether you are a new resident, or simply relocating to a new area of Town, The Prior Team is pleased to provide you with some helpful community information.

The Town of Milton offers an exquisite mix where town and country come together, making our community an ideal place to live, work and play.

The Place to Live

Beautifully nestled alongside the picturesque Niagara Escarpment, the Town of Milton provides a safe and secure environment - an ideal place to raise a family, settle for your retirement, or anything in between. From classic Victorian homes to modern new homes, to the serenity of country living, Milton provides a multitude of options sure to fit different lifestyles and tastes.

The Place to Work

With close proximity to all major highways, Milton is ideally situated to provide easy access to our Halton Region partners – Oakville, Burlington and Halton Hills, as well as the GTA. The Toronto Pearson International Airport is less than 40km away.

The Place to Play

An abundance of recreational activities are available for Milton residents. Well known for its conservation areas, Milton offers those seeking a healthy lifestyle, the opportunity to experience countless recreational activities. The Milton Sports Centre Expansion project will see 2 new ice pads and a double gymnasium added to an already vast complex. The new Milton Centre for the Arts is scheduled to open in 2011 and features a new library and visual arts centre. Milton and surrounding area offers an abundance of golf courses, private and public. Kelso Conservation Area provides seasonal activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Scenic trails abound in the six primary parks which include more than 100 km of hiking and biking trails through spectacular forests and Niagara Escarpment lands. From Chudleigh's, Andrew's and Springridge pick-your-own farms to exquisite gourmet dining in the charming downtown core – you'll be sure to find something perfectly suited to you.


The town of Milton evolved from a settlement by established by Jasper Martin along the Sixteen Mile Creek in 1818. Granted 100 acres of land by the Crown in 1820, he later built a grist mill along the creek and created a pond to power his mill. By 1837, the area had nearly 100 people and was named Mill Town, later to be known as Milton, which was incorporated into a Town in 1857. The two principal property owners of the young town were the Martins and the Fosters. The current site of Milton's town hall was donated from Mr. Hugh Foster.

In 1974, the present municipal structure was created when the Regional Municipality of Halton, replaced Halton County. The new town of Milton added parts of the former township of Esquesing, including the village of Campbellville and the northern sections of Oakville and Burlington.

With the addition of the Niagara Escarpment lands, tourism and recreation, heritage conservation has increased in importance. The Halton Region Museum which has a large number of historic agricultural buildings and the Halton County Radial Railway museum are located in Milton, as is Country Heritage Park (formerly the Ontario Agricultural Museum). Five large parks operated by Conservation Halton reside in the town and Mohawk Raceway is located near Campbellville.


Residential growth has increased substantially over the past several years due to completion of "The Big Pipe" project; designed to deliver water to the town from Lake Ontario. Milton received a tremendous amount of publicity following the release of the results of the 2006 Census, which indicated that Milton was the fastest growing community in Canada, with a 71.4% increase in population between 2001 and 2006. As of the mid-summer census in 2008, Milton's population had grown to 72,500 and showed no signs of slowing.

The population of Milton as of November 2nd 2010 is approximately 79,924. (Extrapolated from a population of 53,939 on May 24th 2008 and a population of 72,500 on February 11th 2010.)


Every Labour Day weekend, the Milton Steam-Era takes place. The Steam-Era is an annual show produced by the "Ontario Steam and Antique Preservers Association" held at the Milton Fairgrounds. Steam engines from the 19th century puff their way around the grounds. The Milton Fall Fair is held every year on the last weekend of September. The Fall Fair has been a tradition in the town for over 60 years and takes place at the Milton Fairgrounds located in the historic downtown area of Milton.

The Farmer's Market operates on Main Street in downtown Milton on Saturdays from May through October. The section of Main Street that hosts the market is closed off to vehicles during the event. Local Farmers proudly display "picked fresh this morning" produce and the street comes alive with artisans and flower vendors.


Milton Town Hall 905-878-7211
Fire Department - Emergency 911
Fire Department – Administration 905-878-9251
Milton Police (Halton Region) 905-878-5511
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS(8477)
OPP – Collision Centre 1-888-310-1122
Provincial Court 905-878-4165
Milton Post Office 905-878-3439
Milton Senior's Activity Centre 905-875-1681
Allendale 905-878-4141
Milton Public Library 905-875-2665
Milton Leisure Centre 905-878-7946
Residential Water & Sewer 905-878-7946
Halton Health Dept. (Water) 905-878-8113
Milton Hydro 905-876-4611
Halton Women's Place 905-878-8555


Halton District School Board

JK – 5

E.W. Foster Public School
J.M. Denyes Public School
Martin Street Public School
Robert Baldwin Public School

JK – 8

Brookville Public School
Bruce Trail Public School
Chris Hadfield Public School
Hawthorne Village Public School
P.L. Robertson Public School
Sam Sherratt Public School

6 – 8

W.I. Dick Middle School

9 – 12

E.C. Drury High School
Milton District High School

JK – 12

E.C. Drury School for the Deaf

Halton Catholic District School Board

JK – 6

École Élémentaire St. Nicolas (École Francaise)

JK – 8

Guardian Angels Catholic School
Holy Rosary Catholic School
Our Lady of Fatima Elementary School
Our Lady of Victory School
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School
St. Peter Catholic School

9 – 12

Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School

Private Schools

JK – 4

Milton Christian School

JK – 8

Halton Waldorf School
Keswick Sutherland School & Equestrian Centre


Andrews Scenic Acres
Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Bruce Trail
Conservation Halton
Crawford Lake Conservation Area
Drumquin Park (BMX Track & Oakville Model Flying Club)
Glen Eden Ski & Snowboard Centre
John Tonelli Sports Centre
Kelso Conservation Area
Milton Curling Club
CMilton Mill Pond
Milton Heights Campground
Milton Leisure Centre
Milton Memorial Arena
Milton Sports Centre Arena
Mohawk Raceway
Mount Nemo Conservation Area
Mountsberg Conservation Area
Rattlesnake Point
Rotary Park
Springridge Farm


Visit the Town of Milton to learn more about our Community and its Resources.


Milton Public Library
Milton Downtown Business Improvement Area
Escarpment Country
Milton Chamber of Commerce
Halton Region
Town of Oakville
Town of Halton Hills
City of Burlington


Grace Anglican Church
Graceway Baptist Church
Milton Baptist Church
Milton Bible Church
Muslim Association of Milton
Boston Presbyterian Church
Knox Presbyterian Church
Omagh Presbyterian Church
Holy Rosary Church
Bethel United Church
Hillcrest United Church
St. Paul's United Church
Three Cord Ministries
First Community Church of Milton
Milton Gospel Hall
Southside Community Church
Salvation Army
The Village Community Church
New Life Pentecostal Church
Omagh Church of Christ
True North Church

Children's Miracle Network - Miracle Home Program

RE/MAX is the exclusive real estate partner to the Children's Miracle Network, a charitable organization consisting of 14 children's member hospitals in every province treating more than 2.6 million children each year. Throughout our twenty year partnership $44 million has been raised by RE/MAX agents who make a contribution with every home sold through the Miracle Home Program.

The RE/MAX Miracle Home Program allows real estate professionals like myself, the opportunity to make a donation to the Children's Miracle Network on behalf of each home that I list or sell.

I am extremely proud to be part of an organization that supports such a worthwhile cause and that I can help make a difference in the lives of these precious children and their families.