About the Leeds and Grenville Region


Leeds Grenville, located halfway between Toronto and Montreal, is home to 13 municipalities of different sizes and characteristics. The total population of Leeds Grenville is 100,546 (Statistics Canada 2016). The City of Brockville (population 24,000 in 2016) is the area’s largest city and serves as the economic and cultural hub of the region. Located on the shore of the St. Lawrence River, Brockville is known as the ‘City of the 1000 Islands’ and is within minutes of two international bridges to northern New York State. In 2010 Brockville was designated a Safe Community by the World Health Organization and, as Ontario’s oldest incorporated municipality, is also a heritage community.


Leeds Grenville enjoys four different seasons every year: summer, fall, winter and spring. You can find out about the weather in your area by listening to the radio, watching television, reading the newspaper or checking online.


March 20 to June 20

Spring is a rainy season. Make sure you have an umbrella and raincoat to stay dry. Average daytime temperatures are about 8°C in March and rise slowly through the rest of the season. The nights are cool.


June 21 to September 21

July and August can be very hot and humid. In Leeds Grenville, daytime temperatures are usually above 20°C and sometimes above 30°C. In the summer you should wear a hat and sunscreen to prevent sunburn.


September 22 to December 20

The weather gets cooler, the days get shorter, and the leaves on many trees change colour and fall to the ground. The early part of fall is rainy, however, it may start snowing in October. The temperature slowly drops during fall. Make sure you wear a jacket and take an umbrella with you so you can stay warm and dry.


December 21 to March 19

In winter, it is cold and snows often. The temperature in most of the province is often below 0°C, day and night. Temperatures can drop below -30°, which can be dangerous if you do not have the right clothing. In the winter you should dress in layers and wear a hat to stay warm.


United Counties of Leeds and Grenville is committed to the effective delivery of the services in a cost efficient and accountable fashion to benefit the diverse interests of each municipality within Leeds & Grenville. To learn more about the United Counties of Leeds & Grenville, visit their website.
Here is the list and contact information for municipal offices in Leeds Grenville. These offices are where area residents pay taxes and various service fees pending on the municipality. One can also find information about garbage collection, recycling programs and recreation programs.

Phone Number
Athens www.athenstownship.ca

1 Main Street West,
Athens, Ontario

Augusta www.augusta.ca 3560 County Road 26, RR2,
Prescott, Ontario
Brockville www.brockville.com 1 King Street West,
Brockville, Ontario
Edwardsburgh/Cardinal www.edwardsburghcardinal.ca 18 Centre Street,
Spencerville, Ontario
Elizabethtown-Kitley www.elizabethtown-kitley.on.ca 6544 New Dublin Road., RR2,
Addison, Ontario
Front of Yonge www.frontofyonge.com 1514 County Road 2,
Mallorytown, Ontario
Gananoque www.gananoque.ca 30 King Street East,
Gananoque, Ontario
Leeds and the 1000 Islands www.leeds1000islands.ca 1233 Prince Street,
Lansdowne, Ontario
Merrickville-Wolford www.merrickvillage-wolford.ca 317 Brock Street West,
Merrickville, Ontario
North Grenville www.northgrenville.on.ca 285 County Road #44,
Kemptville, Ontario
Prescott www.prescott.ca 360 Dibble Street West,
Prescott, Ontario
Rideau Lakes www.twprideaulakes.on.ca 1439 County Road 8,
Delta, Ontario
Westport village.westport.on.ca 30 Bedford Street,
Westport, Ontario
United Counties of Leeds and Grenville www.leedsgrenville.com 25 Central Avenue,
Brockville, Ontario