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Mayor Harry HughesOn behalf of Township Council, I would like to thank you for considering Oro-Medonte in your business development plans. Our attractive combination of available industrial land, no municipal industrial development charges and one of the lowest tax rates in the region make Oro-Medonte the perfect location for you to start your new business or relocate your existing business to.

Not only is Oro-Medonte well-suited to be the home of your business, but we are also a four-season outdoor recreation destination where you can enjoy a quality of life outside the workplace that is truly unparalleled.

As the home to many major events and festivals, a flourishing arts and culture scene, first-class ski resorts and golf courses, hundreds of kilometres of hardtop roadways ideal for cycling, and a vast network of hiking and mountain-biking trails, there are activities for all to enjoy.

Council is committed to making the Township the ideal place for your business and ensuring that there is no better place in Ontario for you to live, work and play!

Harry Hughes
Mayor

When Township Council established Economic Development as a strategic priority for the municipality in the fall of 2009, the goal was to foster an environment that attracts new businesses to the Township and shows those that already call Oro-Medonte home that they are a valued part of our community.

Our 2018-2022 Economic Development Strategy was finalized in September of 2017 and the implementation of the ten prioritized goals contained within it guides the Township's business development activities.

The Township's convenient location in the heart of Simcoe County provides businesses with a distinct strategic advantage.  Easy and direct access to Highways 11, 12, 93 and 400 connects you to the rest of Ontario while also allowing you to recruit talented employees from a vast area.

The enhanced and expanded Lake Simcoe Regional Airport, with its $14-million upgrades, is also centrally located within the Township just minutes from Highway 11.  Fully serviced by the Canadian Border Services Agency, the airport maintains a Commercial Port-of-Entry status, allowing for accommodation of both international passengers and freight.

Explore all that Oro-Medonte has to offer and discover the incredible opportunities that await you and your business!

Paul Miller
Chair, Economic Development Roundtable