Adjala-Tosorontio is a mostly rural township dotted with small towns in south-central Ontario, in the County of Simcoe. Adjala-Tosorontio is located north of Highway 9, east of Mono Township on west of the city of New Tecumseth. It was created in 1993 when the County of Simcoe Act merged the townships of Adjala and Tosorontio on January 1st, 1994.
A predominantly rural area, the township reflects its agricultural heritage. Rolling hills, beautiful treed countryside and meandering rivers are a few of the many natural attributes of the area. Adjala-Tosorontio contains numerous small villages such as Colgan, Keenansville, Rosemont and many others. Many communities were started in Adjala by Irish Catholics who named their villages after their home towns in Ireland, or after prominent pioneer families who first settled in the area. The municipality has increasingly become home to residents who commute to Toronto for work but want more quality out of their home life.
Below is a Google map of Adjala- Tosorontio and surrounding areas:
Fun Fact:"Tosorontio" is Huron for "Beautiful Mountain", and Adjala was the name of the wife of Chief Tecumseh, for the neighbouring township (now called New Tecumseth) was named.
If you are looking to escape the ever increasingly buit up and dense population of the Greater Toronto Area, and feel you and your family will benefit from the many advantages of living in the many small towns or rural areas that make up Adjala/Torontio or any of the other wonderful communities of South Simcoe, Caledon, King, or Orangeville and area, please contact me by clicking the [contact] tab at the top of this page or by phone @ 1.866.936.3500, and I will be very pleased to give you the information you need to make the best choice for you and your family.