Note that Ontario is currently in the process of re-opening and there are rules and restrictions on capacity and some places require advance reservations. It’s best to call ahead or check websites before visiting to confirm. For more information on health recommendations for the Burlington area visit Halton Region Public Health and/or view and subscribe to the Health and Safety Notices page on the City website.

Moving to Burlington

Historic Home in downtown Burlington

Thinking of moving to Burlington? From lively downtown and waterfront, to an abundance of nature on the escarpment, we have something for everyone.

Historic Home in downtown Burlington

Why relocate to Burlington?

Burlington has developed from a quiet bedroom community to a savvy, vibrant waterfront city. Strategically located in the Greater Toronto Area, Burlington offers a quality of life that is second to none with great schools, shopping, dining, recreational facilities, parkland, festivals and night life all available within the city. MoneySense, a leading lifestyle and investment magazine has named Burlington the top city in which to live of its size in Canada.  If you are considering moving to Burlington contact a local realtor (see list below) or the local papers:

New Residents

  • For information on moving to the Halton region visit the Halton Newcomer Portal.
  • For residents new to Canada visit the Burlington Public Library link.
  • Tourism Burlington provides new residents with an information package about local services. Visit Tourism Burlington Visitor Information Centre at 414 Locust St. to pick up your package or click on the links below for a digital version of information.

General Information

Burlington Best City by Moneysense magazine



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