|Information about the City of Belleville|
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Belleville is strategically located on the major transportation corridors between Canada's two largest cities and the nation's capital.
The city of Toronto is located 2 hours to the west, Montreal is four hours east and Ottawa is two and a half hours north/east
The Moira River flows through this beautiful city into the Bay of Quinte, where you will find many marinas, as well as the peaceful Bayshore and Riverfront Trails. Boating is a key pastime from our picturesque shores
Just a short twenty-minute drive south to Prince Edward County, one of the most visited spots in the province, where you'll find one of Ontario’s most beautiful beaches, the legendary Sand Banks and the rapidly expanding wine region (visit Prince Edward County Wines for more info)
The city is a haven for tourists, drawing 200,000 visitors to the annual Waterfront and Ethnic Festival in July. Winterfest and the new Harvest Moon Festival are also very popular.
A short drive to the north will take you to riding stables and pristine lakes
Industry and the arts attract many homeowners who have relocated from larger centers in pursuit of a more relaxing lifestyle (see City of Belleville and Chamber of Commerce links on my site)Belleville is a thriving community with all of the amenities of a big city, but without the hustle and bustle of a large centre.
It is the regional centre for shopping with a variety of specialty shops downtown and a range of big box stores.
It is also the home of the Quinte Ballet Guild which was formed in 1955 as a branch of the National Ballet School. The Quinte Ballet School was formed in 1972.
Beleville is home to many sports fans. Over 100,000 fans enjoy the Belleville Bulls hockey seasonally with 3,000 fans watching games live every Wednesday and Saturday throughout the Ontario Hockey League season.The Belleville McFarlands are another popular team that competes in the Eastern Ontario and Senior Hockey Leagues
The city is the hub for entertainment, government services and the leading edge Quinte Health Care centre, which includes four regional hospitals.
Ten passenger trains a day arrive at our door, six from Toronto and four from Montreal
The population, according to a 2001 census, stands at 46,000 due to the amalgamation of the Township of Thurlow. The population is projected to increase by 7,500 in 2021 to 54,000 inhabitants.
The city has a diversified industrial and commercial economy, well-educated work force and affordable housing.
The average home price of $197,561. draws new citizens from larger municipalities who find many of the amenities they've come to expect while living in a safe, affordable community.
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