List of numbered roads in Dufferin County
|Number||Names||Western/Southern Terminus||Eastern/Northern Terminus||Major Communities||Comments|
|2||4th Line N.E. (Melancthon)||CR 9||Melancthon-Artemesia (Grey County) Townline||Passes through the very hilly "Roof of Ontario" tourist region.
Continues north as Grey CR 2 to Maxwell and Thornbury. Prior to 1989, CR 2 was CR 10.
5th Sideroad (East Garafraxa)
|East Garafraxa-West Garafraxa (Wellington County) Townline at Craigsholme||CR 109, just west of Orangeville||Orangeville||Continues west as Wellington CR 18 to Fergus.|
9th Line (East Garafraxa)
15 Sideroad (East Garafraxa)
12th Line (East Garafraxa)
|East Garafraxa-West Garafraxa (Wellington County) Townline||CR 109 just south of Grand Valley||None||Continues west as Wellington CR 19 to Belwood and Fergus.|
|6||Mill Street, 10th Line (Amaranth)||CR 109||Station Street||Waldemar||Was downloaded to Amaranth in the 2000s. The 2006 Revision of the Dufferin County Map Book does not list this road.|
|7||Hockley Road||Intersection of CR 16 and Highway 10 in Biggles, 4 km (2.5 mi) north of Orangeville||Mono-Adjala (Simcoe County) Townline in Hockley.||Glen Cross, Hockley, Orangeville (skirts it to the north)||Travels through the Hockley Valley, and passes the Hockley Valley Ski Resort and Cedar Highlands Ski Resort. Continues east as Simcoe CR 1 to Loretto and Beeton, and west as Dufferin CR 16.|
|8||Mono Centre Road
15th Sideroad (Mono)
2nd Line E.H.S. (Mono)
18th Sideroad (Mono)
3rd Line E.H.S. (Mono)
20th Sideroad (Mono)
|Highway 10 in Camilla||CR 18, just east of Relessey||Mono Centre (Town of Mono)|
|9||230 Sideroad (Melancthon)||Highway 10 and Grey CR 9, just east of Dundalk||Grey CR 9 (Melancthon-Osprey Townline)||Connects two segments of Grey CR 9. It separates lots 230 and 231 of the new
survey of Melancthon (hence 230 Sideroad). Prior to 1989, it was Dufferin CR 23.
|10||Concession Road 4-5 (East Luther)
Amaranth-East Luther Townline
10th Sideroad (Amaranth)
10th Sideroad (Mono)
|CR 25, north of Grand Valley||Highway 10, just west of Cardwell||Laurel, Bowling Green||Prior to 1989, this was Dufferin CR 9.|
|11||"A" Line (East Garafraxa)
3rd Line (Amaranth)
30th Sideroad (Amaranth)
2nd Line (Amaranth)
|CR 3 just west of Orangeville||Intersection of Highway 10/Highway 89 and CR 124 1 km (0.62 mi) east of Shelburne||Orangeville, Shelburne||The 30th Sideroad segment is called Warriors Way.|
|12||5th Line (Amaranth)||CR 109||Highway 89, 2 km west of Shelburne||Laurel|
|15||Concession Road 10-11 (East Luther)||East Luther-West Luther (Wellington County) Townline||CR 25||Monticello||Passes by the Luther Marsh Wildlife Management Area. Continues west as Wellington CR 15.|
Mono-Amaranth Townline 5 Sideroad (Mono)
|CR 109||Intersection of Highway 10 and CR 7 in Biggles||Orangeville, Biggles||When CR 109 was rerouted onto Riddell Road in 2005, the segment of CR 109
between Riddell Road and CR 16 was redesignated CR 16.
|17||290 Sideroad (Melancthon)
5th Line O.S. (Melancthon)
10th Sideroad (Melancthon)
10th Sideroad (Mulmur)
|Highway 89 in Jessopville||Mulmur-Tosorontio (Simcoe County) Townline||Melancthon||The segment between CR 19 and CR 18 was downloaded to Mulmur Township sometime in the 2000s; the Dufferin County Map Book calls this segment 10th Sideroad. CR 17 is the only Dufferin CR that is not continuous. Continues east as Simcoe CR 5 to Everett.|
6th Line E.H.S. (Mono)
6th Line East (Mulmur)
|Highway 9 in Mono Mills||Mulmur-Nottawasaga (Simcoe County) Townline in Banda, Ontario||Mono Mills, Mansfield||Airport Road is one of the few roads that touch both Lake Ontario and Lake Huron, like Highway 10 (Hurontario Street). Continues south as Peel RM Road 7 to Caledon East, Brampton, Mississauga, the Pearson International Airport. Continues north as Simcoe CR 42 to Stayner. This road is very long, and travels through a huge variety of regions, from ultra-urban (in the Greater Toronto Area, to suburban communities, small towns, and rural farming areas, and through the Caledon Highlands.|
|19||Prince of Wales Road||Intersection of Highway 10 and 89 in Primrose, 5 km east of Shelburne||CR 17||Primrose|
|21||260 Sideroad (Melancthon)
5th Line O.S. (Melancthon)
25th Sideroad (Melancthon)
25th Sideroad (Mulmur)
|Highway 10 at Corbetton||Mulmur-Tosorontio (Simcoe County).||Honeywood||Continues east as Simcoe CR 12 to Lisle and C.F.B. Borden|
|23||"B" Line (East Garafraxa), Orangeville-Caledon Townline||CR 3 (just south of CR 109)||Peel RM Road 136 (Porterfield Road)||Orangeville|
|24||14th Line (East Garafraxa)||East Garafraxa-Erin (Wellington County) Townline||CR 109||Reading, Waldemar||Formerly part of Highway 25, turned back in 1997.
Continues south as Wellington CR 24 to Hillsburgh.
|25||Sideroad 30-31 (East Luther), Water Street, Main Street||CR 109||Highway 89||Grand Valley||Was part of Highway 25, turned back in 1997.|
|109||East Luther-East Garafraxa Townline
Amaranth-East Garafraxa Townline
|East-West Luther Townline||Highway 10 south of Orangeville||Formerly part of Highway 9. In 2005, was rerouted south of the town of
Orangeville. It is the only Dufferin CR whose route includes a segment completely outside the county (in Peel RM).
|124||2nd Line Melancthon||Intersection of Highway 10/Highway 89 and CR 11 1 km (0.62 mi) east of Shelburne.||Melancthon-Osprey Townline and Melancthon-Nottawasaga Townline||Shelburne, Horning's Mills||Formerly part of Highway 24, until segments north of Cambridge were turned back in 1998. Has a small diversion/bypass around community of Horning's Mills. Continues north as Grey and Simcoe CR 124 to Singhampton.|
Reference: Dufferin County Map Book, available from the county Web site or townships' Web sites.