Welcome to the Caledon Village Association's website!

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Please visit our Current Events tab : Website Updated March 22, 2011 

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Register Your Household

The Caledon Village Association invites you to register your email address with us.  Our goal is to register at least one email address per household.  The benefits of registration include:

  • Regular direct email communication regarding issues affecting your community
  • Updates with respect to scheduled CVA meetings and events
  • Notification about items of significant interest within the community

To Register, simply email us at caledonvillage@rogers.com.  We will confirm your registration via return email.  There is no charge or membership fee for registration.

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The Caledon Village Association was formed in September 2008.

Purpose

To provide a voice for the Village and its residents at the municipal, regional, and provincial levels.

Mission

Through community and local government involvement, enhance the identity of Caledon Village with prominence attached to safety, beautification, and commercial revitalization while respecting community heritage.

For further information, to volunteer or donate, please contact caledonvillage@rogers.com

Caledon Village Facts

Caledon Village is located in Southern Ontario – north of Brampton and south of Orangeville at the intersection of Highway #10 (Hurontario Street) and Regional Road 24 (Charleston Side Road).

This hamlet has been known as Raeburn’s Corners, Charlestown, Charleston, Caledon, and lastly Caledon Village.  The community was first settled in the 1820s by Irish and Scottish emigrants of the Stubbs, Rayburn, and Bell families. Today, the population is approximately 1,500.

Caledon Village hosts many community events, such as the Caledon Fair, the Strawberry Festival, the Knox Church Strawberry Supper, and a Santa Claus parade that concludes with a Christmas tree lighting.  The village proudly boasts two service clubs:  Caledon Optimist Club since 1985 and the Caledon Lions Club since 1971.

Caledon Village is surrounded by protected countryside as designated by the Province of Ontario’s Greenbelt Plan.