Shelburne Community Improvement Plan

We need your help shaping the way Shelburne could look in the future!

Our Community Improvement plan will provide a template for best practices on how best to provide a face-lift to Shelburne.

Take our short survey... Have your say Shelburne and let us know what you think?

We need your help shaping the way Shelburne could look in the future!

Our Community Improvement plan will provide a template for best practices on how best to provide a face-lift to Shelburne.

Take our short survey... Have your say Shelburne and let us know what you think?

Tell your story

Tells us about why you love living in Shelburne?

Thank you for sharing your story.

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  • Keep Our Police

    by Josehf L Murchison, almost 2 years ago

    In my youth we had a campsite in Rock Hill park. 35 years ago I moved my family up from the city, back then Shelburne had a hospital with an emergency room. Before Dr Wheeler died even after the emergency room closed I could call Dr Wheeler in a minor emergency and get emergency treatment in Shelburne.

    I am blind now; so I don’t drive, last year I cut my finger and needed 4 stitches, I couldn’t get the 4 stitches in Shelburne. $75.oo for an ambulance to get to Orangeville ER. Or $60.oo taxi ride to the ER and... Continue reading

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  • Facelift

    by G’ma, almost 2 years ago

    Shelburne has some older beautiful homes and storefronts on the Main Street.  Why not beautify and show off?  Curb appeal has proven itself to generate interest and business.  Let’s not let the town disappear and be forgotten.

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  • Our Downtown Needs a Facelift

    by SteveN, almost 2 years ago

    As the town grows away from the downtown core, it seems as though the downtown has been forgotten or left to grow old and wither away. While our new subdivisions have beautiful homes and continue to grow, our downtown continues to lose its appeal. I’m sure that town council can see that the buildings downtown need a facelift and yes, there are a couple of businesses that have already taken it upon themselves to beautify their storefront, however, they are far from the majority. It is time to get the building owners on board and bring those beautiful old buildings... Continue reading

  • Small town feeling

    by Cindy, almost 2 years ago

    Small town feeling without a lot of traffic. To be able to walk around the town feeling safe and not crowded or with a busy go go go mentality. 

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  • Small town feeling

    by Boots, almost 2 years ago

    I moved to Shelburne when it was a small town. I want to return to that feeling....somehow!

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  • Within reach

    by Geer, almost 2 years ago

    I love living in Shelburne because there is a small town feel in my subdivision.  I love that the kids are always outside playing and the neighbours are carefully when driving around  and they look out for the kids.  I love that the No Frills has been really responsive and are quick to get you the things that you would like in the store. i like that for the most part my family has felt welcomed since moving to town. 

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