|Municipality of Trent Hills|
Hastings as seen across the Trent-Severn Waterway
|Coordinates: Coordinates: |
|• Mayor||Bob Crate|
|• Governing Body||Trent Hills Municipal Council|
|• Federal riding||Northumberland—Peterborough South|
|• Prov. riding||Northumberland—Peterborough South|
|• Land||511.95 km2 (197.67 sq mi)|
|• Density||25.2/km2 (65/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC-5 (EST)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-4 (EDT)|
|Area code(s)||705, 249|
|Map of Trent Hills municipality|
The Municipality of Trent Hills is a township municipality in Northumberland County in Central Ontario, Canada. It is on the Trent River and was created in 2001 through the amalgamation of the municipalities of Campbellford/Seymour, Percy Township and Hastings. Thereafter it was known in brief as Campbellford/Seymour, Percy, Hastings.
The municipality was historically four separate administrative subdivisions: the former town of Campbellford; the former village of Hastings; Seymour Township; and Percy Township. The latter two retain the status of geographic townships.
There are three population centres in Trent Hills: Campbellford; Hastings; and the former village of Warkworth, formerly the municipal seat of Percy Township prior to the amalgamation of Trent Hills. Smaller communities within the municipality include Allan Mills, Brickley, Burnbrae, Connellys, Crowe Bridge, Dartford, English Line, Godolphin, Green Acres, Healey Falls, Hoards Station, Kellers, Menie, Meyersburg, Norham, Percy Boom, Pethericks Corners, Stanwood, Sunnybrae, Trent River, West Corners, Westview and Woodland.
|Canada census – Trent Hills community profile|
|Population:||12,900 (2.3% from 2011)||12,604 (2.9% from 2006)|
|Land area:||511.95 km2 (197.67 sq mi)||511.90 km2 (197.65 sq mi)|
|Population density:||25.2/km2 (65/sq mi)||24.6/km2 (64/sq mi)|
|Median age:||53.5 (M: 52.9, F: 53.9)||51.0 (M: 50.6, F: 51.4)|
|Total private dwellings:||6883||6613|
|Median household income:|
|References: 2016 2011 earlier|
- English as first language: 94.8%
- French as first language: 1.1%
- English and French as first language: 0%
- Other as first language: 3.8%
|Trent Hills population history|
Prior to amalgamation (2001):
- Population total in 1996: 12,437
- Campbellford (town): 3,647
- Hastings (village): 1,140
- Percy (township): 3,208
- Seymour (township): 4,442
- Population in 1991:
- Campbellford (town): 3,528
- Hastings (village): 1,148
- Percy (township): 3,191
- Seymour (township): 4,347
The chart below shows the structure of the municipal government of Trent Hills. These politicians were elected as of the 2014 municipal election. Following the death of Hector Macmillan who had served as an elected official from 2003 until 2017, deputy mayor Bob Crate was elected mayor and Rosemary Kelleher-MacLennan deputy mayor by council.
|Mayor||Ward 1 - Campbellford/Seymour||Ward 2 - Percy||Ward 3 - Hastings|
|Robert (Bob) Crate||Catherine Redden||Rick English||Mike Metcalf|
|Rosemary Kelleher-MacLennan (deputy mayor)||Ken Tully|
|William (Bill) J. Thompson|
The Member of Parliament for the riding of Northumberland—Peterborough South is Kim Rudd of the Liberal Party of Canada. The Member of Provincial Parliament for Northumberland-Peterborough South is David Piccini of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario.
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