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Moving to This Area

Considering moving your family to the area? Elizabethtown-Kitley is a fantastic place to work, live and play. The area offers all the tranquility of country living with the convenience of the urban lifestyle.
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New Resident Guide

Welcome to the area! Learn all about municipal programs and services in one place by reading our New Resident Guide

Transportation Highlights

If it’s mobility you are seeking, the area has a lot to offer.

  • Close to the 401 Highway
  • Close to the 416 Highway
  • Near two international bridges
  • Access to the St. Lawrence Seaway
  • City of Brockville is surrounded by the southern portion of the Township
  • Town of Smiths Falls five minutes from the northern tip of the Township
  • Half an hour from the Town of Gananoque ( 401 Highway or County Road 2)
  • 45 minutes from the City of Kingston (401 Highway or County Road 2)
  • One hour from Ottawa (401 Highway to 416 Highway)
  • Two hours from Montreal (401 Highway)
  • Three and one half hours from Toronto (401 Highway)
  • Seven hours from New York City, USA
  • County Rd 29 connects the City of Brockville and the Town of Smiths Falls, running north/south through the centre of the Township

Highways and RoadsClose to the 401 and 416 highways, and connected to a number of high traffic county roads, such as County Roads 29, 15, 16 and 2. Roads within the Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley are well maintained and accessible twelve months of the year.

If you wish to learn more about the major highways in the area, or are interested in learning about current road conditions, please visit some of the various Ministry of Transportation websites below:

RailWith railway stations in the City of Brockville and the Town of Smiths Falls, you have many options for moving people and goods by rail. For more information on rail service in our area, visit one of the following sites:

Air Travel
Ottawa International AirportOttawa is only an hour away on the 401 and 416 highways, which puts the Ottawa International airport within an easy commute. For more information about the Ottawa International Airport visit their website at yow.ca/en

Syracuse Hancock International AirportLocated just over the border between Canada and the United States, is Syracuse International Airport. Syracuse is just a short drive from the 1000 Islands International Bridge. To learn more about the airport, visit their website at: yrairport.org

Brockville 1000 Islands Regional AirportThis facility is located within the Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley to the south of the Township’s Business Park. To learn more about the airport, including its traffic capabilities, visit their website here: www.brockvilleairport.com


International Bridges

What’s Nearby?

  • The City of Brockville is surrounded by the Township.
  • The Town of Smiths Falls lies close to the northern limits of the Township.
  • Two hospitals within 20 minute drive from anywhere within the Township.
  • Hamlets and settlement areas that are within the Township include
    • Lyn
    • New Dublin
    • Addison
    • Greenbush
    • Rocksprings
    • Frankville
    • Tincap
    • Toledo
    • Newbliss
    • Jasper


This area contains four school boards, English Public, English Catholic, French Public and French Catholic, as well as boasting a number of post secondary opportunities, including colleges and universities. To learn more about each of these institutions, or to locate a school, visit their websites.


Public School Boards

Separate School Boards

Private Schools

Post Secondary



Buying a Home

Considering buying or renting a home in our area? The Multiple Listing Service might be of assistance. To search for real estate in this area, visit this website at www.realtor.ca

Building A Home

Considering building a home in Elizabethtown-Kitley? You can use the Multiple Sales Listing (mls.ca) to search for vacant land as well. Once you have purchased your land, you will need to apply for a building permit. To learn more about the building permit process to visit the Planning & Building section of our website.

Finding Employment

If you are relocating to our area, chances are someone in your family will be searching for employment. The following links will connect you with agencies and organizations that will assist you in your search
Career Services BrockvilleVocational assessment, training, resume preparation, employment plans and preparation, job search assistance, job placement options and job coaching. Accommodation and adaptation, assistance to employers. Flexible support geared to the individual. Visit them at their website: careerservices.ca

Job BankThe Job Bank is a service of Human Resources Development Canada. It allows you to search by occupation or to search all jobs posted in the last 48 hours. If you know the Job Number of a certain job, you can search by that criteria as well. To visit the Job Bank website click the link: www.jobbank.gc.ca

Service Canada
Service Canada has many offices in our area:

Lennox, Addington, Frontenac, Leeds and Grenville Training BoardA non-profit, non-governmental corporation made up of local representatives of business and labour, including representatives of people from racial minorities, people with disabilities, francophones, women, educators and trainers. Together with community partners, the Local Board endeavours to identify and compile training and adjustment needs and issues of the workforce (Environmental Scan) AND to develop and compile community plans of action that address the identified needs and issues (Local Area Plan). Areas Served: Frontenac County ; Kingston ; Leeds and Grenville United Counties ; Lennox and Addington County. Visit them at their website: www.workforcedev.ca/index.php/en

St. Lawrence College Job Training Services, Brockville CampusJob Training Services delivers two incentive programs that help match people looking for work to jobs that need to be undertaken: On-the-Job Training and the Summer Job Service. Staff provide important links to the College, other agencies and the business community. JTS is linked to the other services offered through the Employment and Education Centre. On-the-Job: open to youth 16 – 24, out of school and out of work, Summer Jobs: open to a returning full-time students. To learn more, visit their website: www.stlawrencecollege.ca

T.R. Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education, Gananoque CampusOur Gananoque site, located in a very pleasant subdivision, is a modern educational centre with bright and comfortable surroundings. A wide variety of subjects including English, Math, Science and Business Studies, to name a few, are offered. In addition to credit courses being offered, Literacy and Basic Skills Upgrading is also available. Open to adults of all ages, U.I. recipients and displaced workers, secondary school students requiring alternative education, persons re-entering work force and resuming their education. Areas Served: Lanark County ; Leeds and Grenville United Counties ; Prescott and Russell United Counties ; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties. To learn more, visit their website at: trleger.ucdsb.on.ca

Youth Employment Assistance Headquarters Inc. Employment and Education Centre, Job ConnectThe Employment & Education Centre (EEC) is a not-for-profit agency that is committed to helping individuals reach their potential through education, employment, volunteering and financial counselling. We are funded primarily through the federal and provincial governments which make it possible to provide our services free of charge. www.eecentre.com