The Town of Caledon

When it comes to purchasing your dream home, look no further than the Chateaux of Caledon in the Town of Caledon.

Located only a few minutes north of Brampton, and an easy drive from Mississauga, Bolton and Vaughan, the area is rich with cultural heritage and a beautiful natural landscape. The people of Caledon pride themselves on maintaining a strong sense of community, balanced with their strong environmental conscience. Afterall, the Town of Caledon was recognized for its progressive "green" approach, and was named the co-recipient of the "TVO Greenest Town in Ontario Award" in 2003.

The Chateaux of Caledon is situated in the heart of Caledon East. It'll be the foundation of a friendly, welcoming neighbourhood, with the city's Town Hall, local schools and fire and police services all within walking distance.

You'll love the Chateaux of Caledon - modern living with big, small town heart.


  • Firehall01
  • Ontario Provincial Police02
  • Caledon Community Complex03
  • Caledon TownHall04
  • St. Cornelius Separate School05
  • Caledon East Branch Library06
  • Robert F. Hall Separate School07
  • Caledon East Public School08
  • Grocery store09

Firehall OPP Caledon Community Complex Caledon TownHall St. Cornelius Separate School Caledon East Branch Library Robert F. Hall Separate School Caledon East Public School Grocery Store

01 Caledon Fire Headquarters

The Town of Caledon Fire Headquarters was first created in 1974 during municipal restructuring and is located at 6085 Old Church Road, Caledon East . The Department has put in place a Master Fire Plan ensuring public fire protection in Caledon. Caledon Fire and Emergency Services is comprised of approximately 250 personnel.

02 Caledon O.P.P. Detachment

The O.P.P. Caledon Detachment is located at 6211 Old Church Road. It works to serve and protect the residents of the Town of Caledon. Ride program, Neighbourhood Watch, Community Policing, Victim Services, and Road Watch are all a part the services provided by the Caledon O.P.P. Detachment.

03 Town of Caledon Community Complex

Town of Caledon Community Complex is located at 6215 Old Church Road just behind the OPP station. It offers an ice arena, banquet facilities as well as a community meeting room.

04 Caledon Town Hall

The Town of Caledon focuses on maintaining a sustainable balance between community, environment and development. Town Hall is located on Church Road, just east off Airport Road in Caledon East.

05 St. Cornelius Separate School

St. Cornelius Separate Elementary school – Located on R. R #1, Caledon East; part of the Dufferin- Peel Catholic School Board

06Caledon East Public Library

The Caledon East Public Library Branch is also the Administrative Centre of the region. It is located at 6500 Old Church Road just east of Innis Lake Road. The Library has an Event Calendar full of activities for kids, teens and adults alike, to help keep you connected with your community.

07 Robert F. Hall Separate School

Robert F. Hall C.S.S. located at 6500 Old Church Road, Caledon East, Ontario – part of the Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board.

08 Caledon East Public School

Caledon East Public School is located near the intersection of Old Base Line and Airport Road, at 15738 Airport Road. The school was first opened in 1974 and has an enrolment of approximately 250 students.

09 Foodland Grocery

Conveniently located at 4A-15771 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario and Open 24hrs a day – Foodland has been dedicated to providing groceries; choice meats, market fresh produce, home-style baked goods and deli meats and cheeses, to Ontarians for more then 50 years.

The Bruce Trail Conservancy – Caledon Hills

In the Caledon Hills section, the Trail follows the glacial moraine deposits on top of the buried Escarpment. Mature hardwood forests and wetlands allow for wonderful birding opportunities. This section also is very popular for its fall colour display.
› visit the Bruce Trail website

Caledon Parks & Trails

There are over 260 km of publicly accessible trails within the Town of Caledon including 105 km of the Bruce Trail. The Town of Caledon currently owns and maintains the 36 km of the Caledon Trailway, and a 1 km portion of the Etobicoke Creek Trail. The first Trans Canada Trail Pavilion in the country was built in Caledon East in 1996. Visit the Stationlands Park in Caledon East to see the pavilion and commemorative panels, pond and wetland, a developing arboretum, and Caledon’s Walk of Fame.
› visit the Caledon Parks & Trails website