Orangeville is small a town in south-central Ontario with population of under 50K. This small town located just 1 Hr north of Brampton has its historic charm and scenic surroundings. From award-winning theatres to brand shops, eateries, and historic sites, wooden sculptures around the city, 400-acre reservoir located at the edge of downtown Orangeville, there is something for everyone’s taste in Orangeville. Located Just one hour north of Brampton in the heart of the Headwaters region, Orangeville serves as an administrative and commercial hub for Dufferin County, the northern portion of Peel Region and the surrounding area. Orangeville's downtown core is home to several retail stores, and there is a cluster of big-box stores in the Fairgrounds Shopping Centre.
The primary transportation method used in Orangeville is the car. However, there is also a local bus service provided by Orangeville Transit System that maintains bus lines throughout the city and GO Transit railway station with 6 GO Bus trips in each direction connecting to Brampton GO station. Many residents in and around Orangeville also commute to other areas of the Greater Toronto Area for work.
With average home price of $550K, Orangeville attracts lots of younger family to make it as their home.