THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF AUGUSTA Diamond Road Bridge Rehabilitation Tender No. PW 2022-0...Read More
There will be a Committee of Adjustment meeting on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at 11:00 am to discus...Read More
MEDIA RELEASE: Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit September 14, 2022 The Leeds,...Read More
Amnesty Day will be held this SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2022 at both the Maynard and North...Read More
Beginning Tuesday September 6, 2022, the South Nation Conservation Authority (SNC) will provide sept...Read More
This week Augusta Township staff were all smiles knowing they were helping their community while enj...Read More
During the Augusta Township Library Board meeting held on Tuesday, September 30, 2022 Councillor Mic...Read More
On Wednesday, September 14, 2022 the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit held their ann...Read More
Are you coming to check things out at the International Plowing Match? If you are, make sure you st...Read More
Our Recreation/Public Works Department was at MERC last week installing the new basketball net. &...Read More
Augusta Township, a community of opportunities, truly is a great place to live and work and to enjoy life’s many pleasures. Augusta is one of the oldest townships in Ontario with roots dating back to the 1700’s. Here you will find historic houses and ultra-modern estates. Augusta communities include Algonquin, Domville, Maitland, Maynard, North Augusta and Roebuck. The township is home to many attractions including the Homewood Museum, the Blue Church, Point au Baril, a burgeoning garden trail featuring the Garden of Hope and Van Berlo Gardens, the Rothesay dive site and events and festivals such as Antique Wheels in Motion and the North Augusta Labour Day Festival.
The township of Augusta is the home of large industries including Valero, Dyno Nobel, Airgas, Invista (Canada), Evonik Canada Inc. Augusta is also home to many thriving small businesses and agricultural operations. Our Business Park is strategically located on County Road 2 near Highway 401 and an increasing number of small businesses are calling Augusta Township home.
We are, after all, a community of opportunities.