The Town of Erin is an amalgamated community of 11,439 people in 3,900 households, situated in Wellington County, just northwest of Toronto. We have two urban centres, Erin and Hillsburgh, surrounded by a natural rural area which includes six hamlets: Ballinafad, Brisbane, Cedar Valley, Crewson's Corners, Orton and Ospringe and bordered by the Town of Caledon to the east, the Town of Halton Hills to the south, the Township of Guelph/Eramosa to the west and the Township of East Garafraxa to the north.
The Town of Erin uses a Community Improvement Plan to provide grants and loans to businesses and landowners. It’s a plan or framework to improve, restore, redevelop, and rehabilitate public and private properties (non-residential). The goal being to stimulate economic development and contribute to the Town of Erin as a business friendly community and to show that we are “Open for Business”. The Town currently has 11 active funding initiatives in the program.
The Erin Entrepreneurial Hub is a resource centre that provides support for local entrepreneurs and small business owners. The Hub can help you during your business start-up and assist you as your business grows. The Hub provides opportunities to sharpen your business and personal skills through education, networking, brainstorming and peer support. The Hub is a non-profit initiative supported by the Town of Erin and initiated by the Erin Economic Development Committee.