The Town of Orangeville is located in Dufferin County & is more or less 80 kilometres northwest from the City of Toronto. With its small town charm combined with an urban vibe, Orangeville is a place where history meets the modern world. Orangeville is home to approximately 28,000 residents who strive on the location, lifestyle, and opportunities that make it a wonderful place to live & work.
Set in the scenic Hills of Headwaters and surrounded by beautiful Hockley Valley & Caledon Hills, this historic community provides a picturesque landscape. First incorporated in 1863, Orangeville was named after pioneer citizen Orange Lawrence, a businessman born in Connecticut who owned a few mills in the village. Given its location, nestled in the rolling countryside near the Niagara Escarpment, and its notable history, the Town of Orangeville is rich in culture with a vibrant flair. The downtown core has tons to offer, including unique boutiques, gift shops, exquisite dining, art galleries, live theatre, cozy bed & breakfasts, walking tours, and trails.