Was established in 1991, includes the former municipalities of Alliston, Beeton, Tottenham and Tecumseth Township.
The name Tecumseth is derived from the name of Tecumseh, a Shawnee chief from the Ohio River Valley who led a confederacy of Indigenous nations that fought alongside the British during the War of 1812. The Township was first surveyed in 1819 and the area near present-day Bond Head was the first to be settled. Municipal government in the Township was first established in 1842.
With a population of 41,439 (2019), this growing community is still very affordable and attracts many young families from the GTA.
Detached single family homes are most prominent in the area, with townhomes, semidetached and condo options as well. The municipality is a compromised of century homes to new builds and is growing.
The community is tight-knit, caring and the perfect place to call home.