Trees were felled on the south side of Elgin Park Drive Uxbridge in order to make room for 39 condo townhouse bungalows.
Uxbridge (Durham Region)
The Town of Uxbridge in Durham Region is situated in a beautiful valley on the northern slope of the Oak Ridges Moraine, about 64km northeast of Toronto, Ontario.
I've lived in Uxbridge for over 30 years – and have seen it grow from a small rural community to a destination with a local brew pub, great art and restaurants and all the amenities that the modern family needs. It continues to be one of my very favourite places!
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The Uxbridge of today serves as a mostly suburban community in northern Durham Region. Major manufacturing employers include Pine Valley Packaging (packaging, containers and portable shelters), Koch-Glitsch Canada (mass transfer systems) and Hela Canada (spice and ingredient manufacture). Many residents commute to other centres in Durham and York Regions and beyond.
In 2009 Uxbridge Township received federal designation by Industry Canada as The Trail Capital of Canada, resulting from the over 220 kilometers of managed trails on over 8,000 acres (32 km2) of protected greenspace within its borders. Uxbridge trails run through and alongside historic villages, mixed forests, meadows, ponds, streams, and wetlands. A number of major trail systems run through the Township, including the Oak Ridges Trail and the Trans-Canada Trail.