Residents

  • Agricultural Roots - our young farmers
  • Future Stars: Fit Kids! - <a href="http://www.townofgrandvalley.ca/our-community/506-2/">join in!</a>
  • Your community trail system - <a href="http://dufferin.biz/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/TRAILS_2012_EC_Final.pdf" target="_blank">download the map</a>
  • Grand Valley Park

CONTACT

5 Main St. N.
Grand Valley, Ontario
L9W 5S6

Telephone Number: 1-519-928-5652
Fax Number: 1-519-928-2275
mail@townofgrandvalley.ca

Welcome to the Town of Grand Valley!

In this section, you’ll find all relevant information for visitors and potential home-buyers.  If you have any further questions, please contact us!

New Homes

The Town of Grand Valley is currently seeing the construction of a new subdivision on the west side of the urban centre. Further information can be found by either visiting Thomasfield Homes‘ (the home-builder) website, or by contacting our Municipal Planner at tatkinson@townofgrandvalley.ca.

Our Community

Please visit the ‘Our Community‘ page of this website to discover more about local organizations and clubs. You may also want to check out the Community Events page for upcoming events in town.

Waste Collection Information

All waste collection serves are operated by the County of Dufferin. For all relevant information, please visit the County Website. In addition, residents will be given a copy of the Waste Services Guide Booklet, with extra copies available at the municipal office.

Waste pickup in on Thursdays for all Grand Valley residents, as noted on the Collection Map, which is also located on Page 1 of the Waste Services Guide Booklet.

The Great Outdoors

Dufferin County offers an assortment of leisure activities, from golf to horseback riding to scenic fall drives.  The map to the right shows the major trail systems and leisure activities available.

  • Excellent mountain biking trails
  • Hiking on the Bruce Trail & other trail systems
  • Horseback riding
  • Golf
  • Fishing
  • Skiing, downhill & cross country, even some back country opportunities

The world-famous Bruce Trail runs along the UN-designated World Biosphere Reserve, the Niagara Escarpment. The 800km trail—Canada’s longest footpath—runs through the length of Dufferin County and offers breathtaking views, excellent hiking opportunities and is the home of several unique species of such as the Eastern White Cedar and over 46 species of ferns.