Georgetown

About Georgetown

Georgetown is a community in the town of Halton Hills and is a part of the Region of Halton. The town is made up of several small villages and settlements including Glen Williams, Limehouse, Norval and Stewarttown. Although, Georgetown has been growing a lot over the years, it maintains the feeling of a small town.

Halton Hills has a total population of 62,000. It sits on the banks of the Credit River, approximately 60 kilometers west of Toronto and is a part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

Fun Fact: Georgetown was named after entrepreneur, George Kennedy, who settled in the area in 1821 and built several mills and other businesses. An elementary school was built in the town in 1962 named after the town’s founder, George Kennedy Public School.

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