Shelburne

Population: 8,126

Land Area: 6.56 km squared (1,621.01 acres)

Shelburne Downtown

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Located at the intersection of Highway 10 and Highway 89, Shelburne was originally part of Melancthon Township and Grey County. Originally a Police Village in Melancthon Township, it was incorporated as an independent municipality in 1879. Shelburne joined Dufferin County at its incorporation in January 1881. 

Council, 2018 - 2022

  • Mayor Wade Mills
  • Deputy Mayor Steve Anderson
  • Councillor Walter Benotto
  • Councillor Lynda Buffett
  • Councillor Kyle Fegan
  • Councillor Shane Hall
  • Councillor Lindsay Wegener

Fun Fact!

Initially known as Jelly Corners (named after William Jelly), Shelburne was almost known as Tandaragee, after an Irish village in Armagh. It was finally named Shelburne, after the Earl of Shelburne. 

Contact Town of Shelburne

519-925-2600

203 Main Street East, Shelburne, ON L9V 3K7