By looking forward and working together for a better community, the Township - through its corporate team of professional staff, volunteers, and elected officials - constantly strives to design and deliver the highest quality of services and facilities possible so whether you reside here, are visiting, or have a business in Woolwich, your quality of life experience is second to none.
The residents of Woolwich have a great deal of pride in their Township. With its rural heritage and bountiful harvests, Woolwich offers ways to experience a taste of country while still maintaining thriving business communities and beautiful residential areas.
Here, quiet roads wander through a patchwork of fields and farms, where common sights include 'slow moving vehicle' signs and the occasional Old Order Mennonite horse-drawn buggy. Dotted through, are ten settlement areas, each offering its own unique character.
The bustling shops of Elmira and St. Jacobs feature specialty foods, unique clothing and gifts, restaurants and theatres.
In Conestogo you can shop for antiques and gifts, as well as enjoy a dinner concert.
West Montrose is home to the "Kissing Bridge", the last remaining covered bridge in Ontario.
Winterbourne is graced by a majestic two span, single lane steel bridge crossing the Grand River.
The spire of St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church in Maryhill, an area landmark, is used by the Region of Waterloo International Airport located in Breslau.
Heidelberg was given its name by an early German settler; Bloomingdale was incorporated as a village in 1861; and a must stop is Floradale, where you can indulge in a scrumptious cream bun at a small bake shop in the village centre.
These characteristics help make Woolwich a truly special community. Welcome.