Serving York Region since 1983

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PEST CONTROL IN STOUFFVILLE

Residents and businesses in Stouffville, have been engaging the services of York Pest Control since 1983.

 

Brian Calvert and the trained technicians of York Pest Control have been serving the residents of Whitchurch-Stouffville since the business came into being in 1983.

The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville is located in the east central York Region, 24 kilometres north of Metropolitan Toronto. Whitchurch-Stouffville is comprised of smaller communities, and offers a country environment that is unique within the Greater Toronto Area.

Whitchurch-Stouffville first began as Whitchurch Township and was established in 1792 when the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, Colonel John Graves Simcoe, divided the new province into 19 counties. The fourteenth of these 19 counties was named York and included the Town of York (now Toronto) and ten townships. Originally York County stretched from Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe until 1834, when the City of Toronto first incorporated and separated from York County.

Whitchurch Township was named after a town in Herefordshire, England where Lt. Governor Simcoe's wife was born. The township included the area bounded by Stouffville Road (Main Street) to the south, Yonge Street to the west, Davis Drive to the north and Durham Regional Road 30 to the east. These boundaries have changed over the years. The western boundary is now Hwy 404 and the southern boundary is now 19th line.

The largest urban area in the municipality is Stouffville proper. Other communities in the larger town include Ballantrae,Bethesda, Bloomington, Cedar Valley, Gormley, Lemonville, Lincolnville, Musselman Lake, Pine Orchard, Pleasantville, Preston Lake, Ringwood, Vandorf, Vivian, and Wesley Corners.