Southeast Georgetown Secondary Plan

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The Southeast Georgetown area was identified for future development and brought into the Urban Area in the Town of Halton Hills through the Regional Official Plan Amendment No. 38 and Halton Hills Official Plan Amendment (OPA) No. 10. The Town is required to prepare a Secondary Plan as part of the process and before any development can proceed.

Once completed, the Southeast Georgetown Secondary Plan will identify the most appropriate mix of land uses in the study area and incorporate best practices for community development while establishing boundaries and targets for the new community and population, including housing units and affordable housing and employment capacity targets.

The plan will align with provincial and regional plans while outlining concepts for transportation networks and water and wastewater servicing. It will ensure the environmental objectives outlined in the Town’s Official Plan are met and the Greenbelt and Regional Natural Heritage System are protected.

The identified Southeast Georgetown lands and study area is approximately 53 hectares (131 acres) in size and fronts onto No. 10 Sideroad and the area west of Winston Churchill Blvd and east of Tenth Line. The north end of the Study Area is bounded by Silver Creek.

The Secondary Plan development will be a community-integrated process, shaped by input from the public and key stakeholders.


The Southeast Georgetown area was identified for future development and brought into the Urban Area in the Town of Halton Hills through the Regional Official Plan Amendment No. 38 and Halton Hills Official Plan Amendment (OPA) No. 10. The Town is required to prepare a Secondary Plan as part of the process and before any development can proceed.

Once completed, the Southeast Georgetown Secondary Plan will identify the most appropriate mix of land uses in the study area and incorporate best practices for community development while establishing boundaries and targets for the new community and population, including housing units and affordable housing and employment capacity targets.

The plan will align with provincial and regional plans while outlining concepts for transportation networks and water and wastewater servicing. It will ensure the environmental objectives outlined in the Town’s Official Plan are met and the Greenbelt and Regional Natural Heritage System are protected.

The identified Southeast Georgetown lands and study area is approximately 53 hectares (131 acres) in size and fronts onto No. 10 Sideroad and the area west of Winston Churchill Blvd and east of Tenth Line. The north end of the Study Area is bounded by Silver Creek.

The Secondary Plan development will be a community-integrated process, shaped by input from the public and key stakeholders.


  • Take the Land Use Alternative Survey

    Please take the survey and help inform the development of the preferred land use plan for Southeast Georgetown.  The 12 survey questions should take about 10-15 minutes to complete. 

    The two proposed land use alternatives show different arrangements of land uses, location of heritage resources, collector and local road alignment, and size and location of parks. Both alternatives are designed to achieve a 15-minute neighborhood (provides residents and workers access to everyday needs within a 15-minute walking distance of their home or place of work), incorporate sustainable features and stormwater management features and conserve cultural heritage resources. 

    For more information on the land use alternatives, access the Land Use Alternatives Paper, and the Recording of the Virtual Open House held on September 15, 2021. 

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