Heritage Planning

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The Town of Halton Hills is committed to the identification, conservation, and enhancement of the Town's cultural heritage resources. The Town's Senior Heritage Planner, along with the Heritage Halton Hills Committee, help to protect the Town's cultural heritage resources and manage change to heritage properties.

We look forward to engaging with the community on local heritage matters and providing opportunities to learn more about the Town’s history.


We want to hear from you: complete the survey below, share your thoughts and ideas, and ask questions.


The Town of Halton Hills is committed to the identification, conservation, and enhancement of the Town's cultural heritage resources. The Town's Senior Heritage Planner, along with the Heritage Halton Hills Committee, help to protect the Town's cultural heritage resources and manage change to heritage properties.

We look forward to engaging with the community on local heritage matters and providing opportunities to learn more about the Town’s history.


We want to hear from you: complete the survey below, share your thoughts and ideas, and ask questions.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


    The Town provides a description and an image of each of the three designated heritage properties. The input from this short survey will determine which property will be highlighted next time for the "Heritage Halton Hills Property Spotlight" on LTHH.




    Craiglea House at 9722 Third Line
    It is a two-story frame Classical Revival residential building constructed circa 1827. William Lyon Mackenzie, the first Mayor of Toronto and leader of the Upper Canada Rebellion in 1837, stayed at Craiglea House in August 1837 and reportedly addressed crowds from the front steps of the home.




    The Williams Mill at 515 Main Street
    The Williams Mill at 515 Main Street is a former saw mill constructed by the Williams family in 1826. The Williams Mill also was the first commercial power plant in the area to supply hydro-electricity.




    Acton Town Hall
    The Acton Town Hall at 19 Willow Street North is a two-storey Italianate building constructed in 1883. The Town Hall for the former Town of Acton was the centre of cultural and administrative activity in the town.






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