Halton Hills, Ontario
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|Halton Hills, Ontario|
|Map showing location of Halton Hills within Halton Region|
| - Total||276.26 km² (106.7 sq mi)|
Halton Hills is a town in the the Regional Municipality of Halton, west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located within the Greater Toronto Area.
Per the 2006 census, Halton Hills has a population of 55,289 spread over an area of 276.26 km². The Town has experienced rapid growth over the last few years. The population increased by 14.7% in the five years between the 2001 and 2006 census.
Halton Hills is an amalgamated community, consisting of the former Equesing Township, and consisting of two key urban centres, Georgetown and Acton, the former containing almost 70% of the total population. There are also natural features within these bounds, including the Niagara Escarpment, and the Bruce Trail. Many of these local features are protected by the Conservation Halton, Credit River Conservation & Grand River Conservation Authority.
The current Mayor of Halton Hills is Rick Bonnette. The Town Council consists of eight Councillors representing each of the town's 4 wards and two Regional Councillors.
The Halton Herald (2006); published by the non-profit community group The Halton Herald.
Communities surrounding Halton Hills:
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