Why do Business in South Stormont?
- Because South Stormont is a terrific place to live, work and visit!
- We can offer lower tax rates than our larger neighbours;
- We have fully serviced, municipally owned and appropriately zoned land for sale in our business parks;
- We have a great location. South Stormont borders on the City of Cornwall in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry in Eastern Ontario. The Township is 1 hour west of Montreal, 1 hour south of Ottawa and 4 hours east of Toronto. We are located on Highway 401 at exists 770 and 778 in the heart of Canada’s highway / rail / fibre optic corridor-route with border crossings to the USA just minutes away.
- Our staff are second to none when it comes to providing professional and courteous service to potential new businesses while maintaining a positive and “go forward” relationship with our existing businesses.
We would be pleased to assist with finding the right property for your business and guide you through any potential approvals process.
Our community has been very fortunate in recent years and is experiencing positive economic growth in both residential development and small business expansion throughout the community.
Economic development for the Township of South Stormont is coordinated through the offices of the Chief Administrative Officer and the Director of Planning / Economic Development Officer and is supported by the United Counties of Stormont Dundas and Glengarry Economic Development and Communications Department. The Township of South Stormont is proud of our Economic Development initiatives and continues to work hard.
The Township of South Stormont and the Municipality of South Dundas together form the Upper Canada Region. First introduced in 2008, the Upper Canada Region brand aims at offering an identity to the Township of South Stormont and the Municipality of South Dundas. This brand highlights our historical roots while connecting to our renowned tourist attractions, including Upper Canada Village and the Lost Villages museums.
Visit the Upper Canada Region webpage to see more information on the region.