The township of Havelock-Belmont-Methuen is a charming rural community located at the south-east corner of the County of Peterborough, on Highway 7.

It is home to agriculture, aggregate and mining, vast farmlands and the only nepheline syenite deposit in North America.

The Canadian Pacific Railway and the mining industry play integral roles in the community, both past and present. And both remain key contributors to the Township’s economy.

Tourism accounts for a large part of Havelock-Belmont-Methuen’s economy, with cottagers and vacationers from Canada, the United States, and Europe.

Outdoor enthusiasts, paddlers, campers, cyclists, and hikers are all drawn to the rugged outdoor opportunities. Events, such as the extremely popular Havelock Country Jamboree, have visitors coming back year after year.

It’s a great place to visit. And an even better place to live.

What makes this Municipality unique from the others?

  1. Low property taxes
  2. No industrial by-laws
  3. Existing railway infrastructure

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