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Seguin Township is:

"The Natural Place to Be"

Our History

The township was created in 1997, through the amalgamation of the former townships of Christie, Foley and Humphrey, the village of Rosseau, and a western portion of the unorganized township of Monteith.

Our Demographics

  • Seguin encompasses an area of 700 sq. kms
  • Current population is approximately 4,304 residents
  • Seasonal population is approximately 15,000
  • 186 lakes in the area
  • 4,732 households
  • 109 commercial properties
  • 71 industrial properties
  • 290 kms of Municipal maintained roads
  • 174 kms of private maintained roads
  • 24 bridges/structures
  • 2442 tonnes of waste in 2011
  • 545 tonnes of recycling in 2011
  • 270 emergency calls in 2011

Our Location

  • Located 215 km from Toronto, 185 km from Sudbury and 411 km from Ottawa
  • Seguin is located in the heart of Cottage Country; easily accessible by car from Highway 400.

Our Community Attributes

  • 1 Municipal Office
  • 4 Township Libraries
  • 4 Township Fire Stations
  • 1 Fire/Ambulance Base
  • 4 Community Centres
  • 1 Arena
  • 1 Airport
  • 15 Parks & Beaches
  • 19 Boat Launches 
  • 1 Museum
  • 5 Sports Fields/Fairgrounds
  • 5 Cemeteries
  • 1 Nursing Station
  • 1 Landfill Site
  • 7 Waste/Recycling Transfer Stations
  • 2 Trails
  • Seguin Arts Council
  • Resort accommodation
  • Boating, snowmobiling, ATVing, and Xcountry skiing

Transportation

  • Parry Sound Area Municipal airport

Government Representatives

  • Municipal, Bruce Gibbon, Mayor
  • Provincial, Norm Miller, MPP
  • Federal, Honourable Tony Clement, MP


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