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Town of Arnprior

Updated: 4 years ago - Created: February 25th, 2012

Town of ArnpriorLess than 30 minutes from Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, the Town of Arnprior is located where the Madawaska River meets the Ottawa River. The Town of Arnprior is ideal for vacationers and for people interested in small town life. It is a great place to raise a family or to live a leisurely life of retirement. We have the best of both worlds, small town neighbors and close proximity to the city life offered in the region of Ottawa-Carleton. Arnprior is a progressive community with the right combination of residential, commercial and industrial components. This is probably why so many top 500 companies, including General Electric, Arnprior Aerospace Inc. and Pfizer have chosen to locate in the Town of Arnprior. With the expansion of the TransCanada Highway 17 to four lanes to Arnprior, the possibilities are unlimited. Our beautiful community has several historical landmarks together with the many required modern conveniences, including shopping, recreation, restaurants, watersport facilities, and beaches, just to name a few.

Come to Arnprior to live, visit or set up a business – you will not find a more receptive community!


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Contact

P.O. Box 130,
105 Elgin St W
Arnprior, Ontario
K7S 3H4
Website: www.arnprior.ca


County Council Member

Name Title Telephone Fax
Walter Stack Reeve (613) 623-4231 (613) 623-9960

Walter Stack (Reeve) - Town of Arnprior

Reeve Walter Stack of the Town of Arnprior came to County Council in 2006. As the Reeve,Walter represents the town’s interest at the county level. As part ofCounty Council, Walter is a member of the Finance & Administration Committee, and the Operations Committee. Walter has been a member of the Town of Arnprior Council since 2005 and makes it a priority to bring the concerns of hisresidents to County Council in Pembroke. Prior to being elected, Walter spent a number of years working in Pembroke and also worked in Toronto managing a manufacturing plant. Walter has been a lifelong resident of the Town of Arnprior, and along with his wife Barbara and their two sons, Walter is proud that his newest granddaughter becomes the fifth generation of Stacks to call the Town ofArnprior home. Walter invites everyone to visit Arnprior and explore the natural beauty of the Ottawa River shoreline and the many trails in the area.

Elected Municipal Officials

Name Title Telephone Fax
David Reid Mayor (613) 623-4231 (613) 623-9960
Lyle Anderson Councillor    
Lynn Grinstead Councillor    
Daniel Lynch Councillor    
Ted Strike Councillor    
Mark Wilmer Councillor    

Municipal Staff

Name Title Telephone Fax
Michael Wildman CAO (613) 623-4231 (613) 623-9960
Maureen Spratt Clerk (613) 623-4231 (613) 623-9960
Jennifer Moraweic Treasurer (613) 623-4231 (613) 623-9960
  Director of Public Works (613) 623-4231 (613) 623-9960
Robin Smith Planner (613) 623-4231 (613) 623-9960
Lindsay Wilson Marketing and Economic Development Officer (613) 623-4231 (613) 623-9960


Additional Info

Municipal Services Include

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  • Municipal Water Supply

  • Municipal Sewage

  • Residential & Commercial Hydro

  • Residential & Commercial Natural Gas

  • Volunteer Fire Department

  • O.P.P. Police

  • Residential and Commercial Zoned Vacant Land

  • Internet Access

  • Industrial Park

  • Elementary Secondary and French Immersion Education

  • Hospital

  • 10 Municipal Recreational Parks

  • Access to Area Commercial and Private Airports, Customs on call

 

 

 

Municipal Stats (2006 Census)

Total Population

7,158

Number of Dwellings

3,335

Area (sq. kms.)

13.04


Number of Businesses (Renfrew County Business Directory)

Service

210

Commercial

114

Tourism

42

Manufacture

19

Social Organizations

23


Top Area Employers (Renfrew County Business Directory)

Arnprior Aerospace Inc.

400

Nylene Canada Inc.

300

Keata

240

Sandvik Steel Canada

220

Arnprior & District Hospital

180

Smith's Construction Co.
(May - Oct.)

150

Smith's Construction Co. (Winter)

50


Building Permit Values

Year Commercial Residential

2007

$6,000,000

$8,420,000

2006

$4,916,184

$9,632,375

2005 $5,295,989 $11,097,750
2004 $3,272,293 $6,622,190
2003 $3,287,686 $5,650,902
2002 $1,082,840 $7,156,778