About the City
Located in the heart of what's known as "The Hills of Headwaters", Orangeville is a unique blend of activity and relaxation. With a population of roughly 28,000 it has all the amenities of a big city, but keeps its sense of small-town openness. From its thriving heritage district and the Dufferin County Museum to its bustling streets and downtown core, Orangeville is also a community that offers the best of both the past and the present.
There is always something going on in Downtown Orangeville. Aside from the many unique shops and dining options the downtown core provides, there is also the famous Market on Broadway, which offers more than just fresh produce – it's also a place to mix and mingle, with live entertainment, weekly draws for prizes and much more. If your tastes run to music, step out for one of the many Orangeville festivals or take in a concert at the downtown Orangeville Opera House.
If you want to get involved in events in the community, the Orangeville and District Seniors Centre is the perfect place. The centre offers numerous sporting and social activities, classes in various activities from writing to line dancing, as well as special evening events and dinners.
Orangeville is also a great sanctuary for sightseers. Whether you spend a relaxing day exploring the Orangeville Art Walk of Tree Sculptures or take the Credit Valley Explorer Tour train, you're sure to be impressed by what the town has to offer.