Huron County, Ontario’s West Coast, situated in the southwestern region of Ontario, is a forward-focused, flourishing community, showcasing the productive byplay of our strong rural and urban populations. A thriving region with a population of approximately 60,000 people, Huron County offers newcomers and their families an excellent standard of living, the benefits of a united rural and urban lifestyle, and the room to achieve personal and professional goals. We are a community for generations.

Huron County is divided into 9 municipalities and is home to 5 towns, 5 villages, and over 60 hamlets:

A move to Huron County is one of the most important choices you will ever make. We hope that you will use this website to help you make this decision, and to learn about:

  • our area and its climate
  • our economy
  • our community
  • work and business prospects
  • finding a place to live
  • the services and opportunities available here
  • the documents you will need to make your move

From within Ontario

To move to Huron County from within the province, the links below will provide assistance and information for your particular situation:

From within Canada

To move to Ontario from another province, the links below will help you find the information to make your move go smoothly:

From outside Canada

To move to Canada, immigrants must have a series of documents to make their entry and residency legal. Canadian immigration officers will ask for these documents before a newcomer can settle in Canada. The following websites have information about immigration requirements: