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Heritage Properties

Heritage designations

Learn about heritage designation in Trent Hills. See the recognized heritage properties in your area.

Listed Heritage Registry

See below for a full list of the properties that Trent Hills believe are of heritage and cultural value in your community. Listed properties do not have the same protections as properties designated by by-laws, but owners must still notify Council and Staff if they wish to make alterations to their property, especially any heritage properties. Next time you are driving around look out for one of these properties in your neighbourhood!

 Due to recent changes to the Ontario Heritage Act, this list is now publically accessible for anyone to peruse through. If you are the owner of one of these properties and want to move ahead with designation, please contact the Planning Department/Heritage Committee through via email at jim.peters@trenthills.ca

If you feel your property has been added to the list in error, please contact jim.peters@trenthills.ca. Changes to the Ontario Heritage Act mean that any property listed before January 1st, 2023 will be automatically removed from the list on January 1st, 2025. As such, any property owners who feel their property is incorrectly listed as heritage can remove their property from the listed register early.

Listed Heritage Properties

Designated Heritage Registry

Below is the index of all the designated properties in the Municipality of Trent Hills. Take a sightseeing tour to visit them all and learn about the history of your community. The page number in the index refer to our catalogue of designated heritage properties throughout the municipality, which will be released in the upcoming weeks. Learn about the history, culture, and architecture of some of the buildings that make up the built fabric of Trent Hills!

Designated Heritage Registry Index

Land Acknowledgement

We recognize the traditional keepers of this land and, specifically our neighbours of the Alderville First Nation, with a formal territorial acknowledgement.

Welcome to the Gunshot Treaty Lands of 1788. It is on these lands and on the shores of the big lake, the Mississauga Anishinabeg met with the Crown to facilitate the opening of these lands for
settlement.

Let us be reminded of the responsibility we all have in making sure that we respect these lands and waters that give us life and sustain our livelihoods.

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