Town of Caledon's Single Tier Future

Peel Region will be dissolved in January 2025, establishing the Town of Caledon as a single tier municipality.

What does this mean for Caledon?  As a single tier municipality, the Town will deliver some services that are currently provided regionally.

A provincial Transition Board has been appointed to oversee the separation and work with staff from the Region of Peel, City of Brampton, Mississauga and the Town of Caledon.

An internal transition team was formed in September 2023 led by the Mayor, Chief Administrative Officer, Commissioners and senior staff from key areas impacted by dissolution such as finance, human resources, servicing, roads and human services. The team will connect with the Peel Transition Board who will provide a workplan approved by the province.

Caledon is committed to offering the best of rural and urban life for current and future residents, businesses and visitors and will ensure this continues as the municipality moves to a single tier. In preparation for this, the Town streamlined the administration to six commissions which position Caledon to become a leading single-tier municipality that delivers efficient, innovative services to prepare for next steps in the process.

Region of Peel continues to deliver services during the transition.

Visit Have Your Say Caledon for more information.


On Wednesday July 5, 2023
the province announced the Transition Board to Oversee the Dissolution of Peel Region. Read the statement from Mayor Groves:

"The Town of Caledon is committed to working productively with the Transition Board and the Region of Peel to ensure an outcome that is fair for all residents, supports services and prepare our Town for the growth.  This is an exciting time for Caledon as we prepare for growth in the next 30 years as a single tier municipality."

Mayor Annette Groves

On Thursday May 18, 2023 the province announced legislation that will dissolve the Region of Peel effective January 1, 2025. Bill 112 (also known as the Hazel McCallion Act) will be approved by the legislature in June 2023.

The three lower tier municipalities that make up the region will be independent; Caledon will become a single tier municipality. A Transition Board will be established to regulate and manage issues related to the transition. This site will be updated as information becomes available. 

Town of Caledon: Bill 112 Overview

Government of Ontario: Ontario Announces Intent to Dissolve Peel Region

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