Town Profile

In New Tecumseth, we enjoy a strong sense of community and invite you to contact us to learn why you should make our Town your home and workplace. We're a unique municipality made up of three vibrant urban centres with beautiful rural surroundings that are home to prosperous farming and manufacturing industries. We're located just minutes west of Highway 400, providing quick access to larger Ontario markets in the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton, and Kitchener-Waterloo.

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Building Permit Statistics
Check out what our community is building with our annual building permit summaries.
Census Profile Data

Statistics Canada has started releasing data from the 2021 Census Program. Please note that some of the information below may be from the 2016 Census, as updated data for 2021 is being released throughout the year. The information below will be updated as it is released by Statistics Canada.

Development Incentive Programs

Grants, loans, and support resources are available to help your business grow and succeed in the Town of New Tecumseth.

Development Mapping

Explore the Town of New Tecumseth using our many maps and online mapping systems.

Subdivision Development Maps:

GIS Interactive Mapping:

Discover the Town of New Tecumseth using our interactive mapping application. You can choose from dozens of different layers to view and explore, including zoning, business improvement areas, and municipal utilities infrastructure.

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Employment Opportunities in New Tecumseth

Find your next great job opportunity and learn about local job market trends at Work In Simcoe County.

Local Labour Market Information

Check out the latest Local Labour Market Plan Report from our partners at the Simcoe Muskoka Workforce Development Board.

 Utility Providers
Learn about the utility services available to homes and businesses in New Tecumseth.

Economic Development Strategic Plan

View our Economic Development Strategic Plan to see where we're focusing our efforts as we aim to strengthen and further diversify our local and regional economy for the next five years and beyond.