The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville has recently released its new 2022 Stouffville Resident Guide.
The guide, aimed at everyone who calls Stouffville home, is a 40-page book full of information about living in and enjoying the town.
“We are thrilled to have such an extensive resource for residents,” Mayor Iain Lovatt said. “Our website gets thousands of visitors a month, but there is nothing like having an old-fashioned book around the house.”
The 2022 Stouffville Residents Guide, the first of its kind for Stouffville, contains information about events, recreation and cultural facilities, trails, forests and other family-fun activities. Also included, is information about residing in town, including parking regulations, building permits, local medical facilities and community safety.
“No matter how long you have lived here, you will probably find something in there you didn’t know,” Lovatt said.
The guide has been mailed to all households and is expected in resident’s mail boxes in the first few days in December. Additional copies can be picked up at Town Hall (111 Sandiford Drive), the Leisure Centre (2 Park Drive) and the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum and Community Centre (14732 Woodbine Ave.). Limited copies can also be found at local businesses such as Metro, Longo’s, Canadian Tire and No Frills.
The guide is also online at cometogetherws.ca/ResidentsGuide.