About our Community
The Town of Erin is a picturesque rural community located in southern Wellington County just north of the Greater Toronto Area.
We have rolling countryside, meandering rivers, small settlement areas and quaint village settings.
The Town of Erin is a great place to live, work and play!
A few facts about Erin:
- The Town of Erin covers 360 square kilometres or 140 square miles
- There are 11,830 residents within the Town - 3900 households
- The Town of Erin Roads Department maintains 288.55 km of roads and 50 bridges
- The Town newspaper is "The Advocate", there's also a County wide newspaper, "The Wellington Advertiser"
The Town of Erin is part of the Hills of Headwaters tourism region. Step outside Toronto's back door to the headwaters of four southern Ontario watersheds, the hills of the Niagara Escarpment and the heartland of small-town Ontario. For all there is to see and do visit the Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association's website.
Also visit the Wellington County Festivals and Events Guide for lots of fun and interesting things to do within the County of Wellington.
Our Town Crier
The Town of Erin's Town Crier appears at special events within the Town.
Watch our Town Crier at work in our "My Little Town in the Hills" video and also visit the "Andrew Welch, Town Crier" website.
The Town of Erin Video "My Little Town in the Hills" was produced and generously donated to the Town of Erin for our use by Julian Lamprecht.
Aerial 360 Tour